|Author:||Narne, William, 1583?-1653.|
|Title:||Christs starre: or, A Christian treatise for our direction to our Sauiour, and for our conjunction with him. Declaring Christs excellencie, our necessitie of him, his great loue and manifold mercies bestowed vpon vs; as also some of our duties. By W. Narne p. of Dysert.|
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Christs starre: or, A Christian treatise for our direction to our Sauiour, and for our conjunction with him. Declaring Christs excellencie, our necessitie of him, his great loue and manifold mercies bestowed vpon vs; as also some of our duties. By W. Narne p. of Dysert.
Narne, William, 1583?-1653.
London: Printed by I[ohn] L[egat] for Philemon Stephens and Christopher Meredith, and are to be sold at their shop, at the signe of the Golden Lyon in Paules Church-yard, 1625.
|Alternate titles:||Christs starre Christs starre: or, A Christian treatise for our direction to our Saviour, and for our conjunction with him. Christian treatise for our direction to our Saviour, and for our conjunction with him.|
Printer's name from STC.
A variant (STC 18359.5) has Ralph Rounthwaite as publisher in imprint.
Reproduction of the original in Harvard University. Library.
Jesus Christ -- Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.
PRVDENTISSIMI AC POTENTISSIMI PRINCIPIS IACOBI, I. DEI GRATIA, MAGNAE Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Regis: &c.
AD SERENISSIMƲM ET ILLVSTRISSIMƲM PRINCIPEM CAROLVM MAGNAE BRITANNIAE PRINCIPEM, &c. FILIVM CHARISSIMVM.
TO THE MOST Illustrious and Mightie Prince CHARLES, Prince of Great Britaine, Grace in this life, and Glory in the life to come.
To the Christian Reader.
THE CONTENTS OF THE CHAPTERS OF THIS BOOKE.
CHRIST HIS STARRE, OR, A CHRISTIAN TREATISE FOR OVR Direction to our Sauiour, and for our conjunction with Him.
CHAP. I. Of Christ His Excellencie.
CHAP. II. Christ most necessarie for vs.
CHAP. III. Of the Loue of Christ.
CHAP. IIII. Christs free loue to miserable man.
CHAP. V. Christ giueth his Spirit.
CHAP. VI. Christ giueth Life.
CHAP. VII. Christ giueth Health.
CHAP. VIII. Christ giueth Wisedome.
CHAP. IX. Christ giueth Foode.
CHAP. X. Christ giueth Raiment and Riches.
CHAP. XI. Christ giueth Libertie.
CHAP. XII. Christ giueth Honour.
CHAP. XIII. Christ giueth Ioy.
CHAP. XIIII. Christ giueth Peace.
CHAP. XV. Christ giueth Grace.
CHAP. XVI. Christ giueth a Blessing.
CHAP. XVII. Christ giueth Himselfe, to bee our Husband.
CHAP. XVIII. Wee should desire Christ, and waite for Him.
CHAP. XIX. Wee should come to Christ, and fol∣low after Him.
CHAP. XX. We should receiue Christ, and en∣tertaine Him.