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Author: Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635.
Title: The returning backslider, or, A commentarie upon the whole XIIII. chapter of the prophecy of the prophet Hosea. Wherein is shewed the large extent of Gods free mercy, even unto the most miserable forlorne and wretched sinners that may be, upon their humiliation and repentance. Preached by that learned and judicious divine, Dr. Sibbs, late preacher to the honourable society of Grayes Inne, and master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge. Published by his owne permission before his death.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The returning backslider, or, A commentarie upon the whole XIIII. chapter of the prophecy of the prophet Hosea. Wherein is shewed the large extent of Gods free mercy, even unto the most miserable forlorne and wretched sinners that may be, upon their humiliation and repentance. Preached by that learned and judicious divine, Dr. Sibbs, late preacher to the honourable society of Grayes Inne, and master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge. Published by his owne permission before his death.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635.

London: Printed by G[eorge] M[iller] for George Edwards in the Old Baily in Greene Arbour at the signe of the Angell, MDCXXXIX. [1639]
Alternate titles: Returning backslider Saints priviledge. Commentarie upon the whole XIIII. chapter of the prophecy of the prophet Hosea. Returning backeslider.
Notes:
Printer's name from STC.
"The saints priviledge" has separate title page dated 1638; pagination and register are continuous.
Running title reads: The returning backeslider.
Includes index.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Pages 385-388 foxed.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- O.T. -- Hosea XIV -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Repentance -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12190.0001.001

Contents
illustration
title page
To the Reader.
THE SVMME OF THIS TREATISE.
THE RETVRNING BACKSLIDER.
SERMON. I.
THE SECOND SERMON.
THE THIRD SERMON.
THE FOVRTH SERMON.
THE FIFTH SERMON.
THE SIXTH SERMON.
THE SEVENTH SERMON.
THE EIGHTH SERMON.
THE NINTH SERMON.
THE TENTH SERMON.
THE ELEVENTH SERMON.
THE TWELFTH SERMON.
THE THIRTEENTH SERMON.
THE FOVRTEENTH SERMON.
THE FIFTEENTH SERMON.
THE SIXTEENTH SERMON.
title page
A Table of the severall Heads contained in this Treatise.
1. Question.
2. Question.
Objection.
imprimatur
THE SAINTS Priviledge.
AN ALPHABETICALL Index of the Speciall points contained in this Booke.
A
Actions.
Adulterers.
Affections.
Afflictions.
Almes-deeds.
Amity.
Anger.
Annoyance.
Antimonians.
Association.
Assurance.
B
Blessings.
Backesliding.
Barrennesse.
Baptisme.
Bread.
Beleeving.
Boasting.
C
Confidence.
Creature.
Christians.
Church.
Children.
Confession.
Conviction.
Comforts.
Conversation.
Communion.
Conscience.
Condition.
Crucifixes.
Causes.
Commandement.
Company.
D
Destruction.
Distressed.
Diseases.
Doubting.
E
Eye.
Extremities.
Example.
End.
F
Falls.
Fatherlesse.
Family.
Forces.
Forgivenesse.
Free.
Fruitfullnesse.
Fruitlesse.
G
Good.
God.
Grace.
Growth.
Governours.
Gospell.
H
Hatred.
Heart.
Humility.
I
Idolatry.
Idols.
Infirmities.
Impenitent.
Infidelity.
Iust.
K
Knowledge.
L
Life.
Love.
M
Mercy.
Mercifullnesse.
Meanes.
Masses.
Man.
O
Occasions.
P
Papists.
Pardon.
Peace.
Perseverance.
Persons.
Performances.
People.
Prayer.
Praise.
Promises.
Prudence, See Wisdome.
Providence.
R
Returning.
Reformation.
Repentance.
Reproofe.
S
Sacrifices.
Salvation.
Stability.
State.
Sincerity.
Serve.
Sinne.
Sinner.
Soule.
Suffer.
T
Thankefullnesse.
Thankesgiving, See Praise.
V
Vengeance.
Ʋnworthinesse.
Vowes.
W
Wayes.
Warre.
Water.
Weake.
Warning.
Wicked.
Will.
Wise.
Wisedome.
Word.
Works.
VVorld.
VVrath.