|Author:||Webster, William, treatise writer.|
|Title:||The plaine mans pilgrimage. Or iovrney tovvards heaven. Wherein if hee walke carefully he may attaine to euerlasting life. By W.W.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The plaine mans pilgrimage. Or iovrney tovvards heaven. Wherein if hee walke carefully he may attaine to euerlasting life. By W.W.
Webster, William, treatise writer.
London: Imprinted by G. Eld, and are to be sould at his house in Fleet-lane at the signe of the Printers Presse, 1613.
|Alternate titles:||Plaine mans pilgrimage. Or journey towards heaven. Iourney tovvards heaven. Journey towards heaven.|
W.W. = William Webster.
Title within decorative border.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Christian life -- Early Works to 1800.
The Contents of this Booke.
THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
The Pilgrims iourney to∣wards Heauen.
The Pilgrims iorney towards Heauen. Part. 2.
The Pilgrims iourney towards Heauen.
In this third part is the way it selfe, which is the principall.
The nourishment and food for there generate man.
Now wee come to the knowledge of the perfect truth, which leadeth all true Christians vnto eternall happinesse.
How Faith doth iustifie, and how workes.
A breefe Description of Christ.
The Path of a Christian to walke in.
Constancy in going forward vnto the end of our race.
For the first to reioyce euermore.
It followeth the next du∣ty to pray continu∣ally.
Dispise not prophecy∣ing.
It followeth to try all things and keepe that which is good.
Keepe that which is good.
Now it followeth in this last admonition Abstaine from all appearance of euill.