|Author:||Durant, John, b. 1620.|
|Title:||Sips of sweetness, or, Consolation for weake beleevers a treatise discoursing of the sweetnesse of Christs carriage towards all his weake members : particularly to such as are weake either [brace] 1. habitually, or 2. accidentally, by reason of [brace] 1. working, 2. sinning, or 3. suffering : being the summe of certain sermons preached upon Isa. 40, 11 / by John Durant ...|
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Sips of sweetness, or, Consolation for weake beleevers a treatise discoursing of the sweetnesse of Christs carriage towards all his weake members : particularly to such as are weake either [brace] 1. habitually, or 2. accidentally, by reason of [brace] 1. working, 2. sinning, or 3. suffering : being the summe of certain sermons preached upon Isa. 40, 11 / by John Durant ...
Durant, John, b. 1620.
London: Printed by M.S. for Hanna Allen, and are to be sold at her shop ..., 1649.
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Jesus Christ -- Devotional literature.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Isaiah XL, 11 -- Sermons.
TO THE Candid and Christian READER.
SECT. I. Declaring Christs sweet carriage to all his weake members.
CHAP. I. The Introduction to the Text, with the drift and scope of the words.
CHAP. II. The Context, with the Division of the words and the Doctrines arising from them.
CHAP. III. The maine Doctrine propounded and opened.
CHAP. IV. A more full explication of the point, and a generall demonstration of the truth thereof.
CHAP. V. Six particulars further setting out Christs tender carriage towards his weake members.
CHAP. VI. Containing some reasons of the point.
CHAP. VII. Some Ʋses of all this.
SECT. II. Christs sweet carriage to such as are weake accidentally; and who they are that are so.
CHAP. II. Christs carriage to such as are weake by worke, demonstrated to be sweet.
CHAP. III. Six pariculars shewing Christs carriage to be sweet to all weake-working Beleevers.
CHAP. IV. Some reasons of the point.
CHAP. V. Some uses of the point.
SECT. III. Christs sweet carriage unto Beleevers weake by sinnes.
CHAP. II. Some things premised for the right under∣standing of the point, and the proof of it.
CHAP. III. One generall demonstration of the sweet∣nesse of Christs carriage to sinning Beleevers.
CHAP. IV. Some particular demonstrations of Christs sweet carriage unto beleevers weake by sinning.
CHAP. V. Some Reasons of the Point,
CHAP. VI. Some uses and application of this.
SECT. IV. Christs sweet carriage, sweet unto Be∣leevers weake by sufferings.
CHAP. II. Somethings premised, and the poynt gent∣rally proved.
CHAP. III. One great instance to prove the point.
CHAP. IV. Eight particulars instancing and declaring the truth of the point.
CHAP. V. Some reasons of the point
CHAP. VI. Containing some uses of the point, and the conclusion of the whole.
THE ANALYSIS, OR The Table of the chiefe things in this Treatise.