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Author: Phillips, Samuel, 1690-1771.
Title: A plain discourse of the mercy of having good parents. With the duties of children that have such parents. Written by M.G.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A plain discourse of the mercy of having good parents. With the duties of children that have such parents. Written by M.G.
Phillips, Samuel, 1690-1771.

[London?: s.n.], Printed in the year 1668.
Notes:
Place of publication suggested by Wing.
Reproduction of the original at the British Library.
Subject terms:
Parent and child -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A42588.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Honourable, the Lady A. W.
CHAP. I. The Text opened and an Observation raised and proved.
The first Reason.
CHAP. II. Reasons to prove the Do∣ctrine; Godly Parents pray for their Children, Instruct them in the Scripture, and incou∣rage them in all good.
The second Reason.
The third Reason.
CHAP. III. They are instructed what sin is, made acquainted with Christ, with Gospel Du∣ties, with Heaven and Hell.
CHAP. IV. Other Reasons: they are encouraged in good, and discouraged from evil; and prayed for by the godly.
The fourth Reason.
The fifth Reason.
The sixth Reason.
CHAP. V. Other Reasons; they have holy examples to teach them, they have the be∣nefit of their Fathers ex∣pertences, they are in Scripture called Blessed.
The seventh Reason.
The eighth Reason.
The Ninth Reason.
CHAP. VI. Other Reasons; they have such as make Conscience of providing for them, they are both spared and rewarded for their Pa∣rents good; their estates got honestly.
The Tenth Reason.
The eleventh Reason.
The twelfth Reason.
CHAP. VII. Other Reasons; there is a curse on the wicked and their Seed; and the chil∣dren of Believers have an interest in the Cove∣nant.
The thirteenth Reason.
The fourteenth Reason.
CHAP. VIII. Some Uses of the Point, by way of Information and Exhortation.
USE I.
USE II.
USE III.
USE IV.
CHAP. IX. Another Use; The evil of a fained Faith shewed in several Particulars.
USE V.
The first Reason.
The second Reason.
The third Reason.
The fourth Reason.
The fifth Reason.
CHAP. X. Other Uses; Such should bless God, and labour to Improve this great Mer∣cy.
The sixth Ʋse.
USE VII.
Directions to improve this mercy.
CHAP. XI. The second Observation, Reasons why the Chil∣dren of Believers should take care to look after the same Faith.
The first Reason.
The second Reason.
The third Reason.
The fourth Reason.
CHAP. XII. Other Reasons; an use of reproof, the several ways that godly mens Chil∣dren forfeit their mercy.
The fifth Reason.
The sixth Reason.
Ʋse.
CHAP. XIII. Fourteen Considerations; to the Children of God∣ly Parents, that are un∣godly.
CHAP. XIV. Some Directions to such, that they may come to be Godly.
Direction 1.
Direction 2.
Direction 3.
Direction 4.
Direction 5.
Direction 6.
Direction 7.
CHAP. XV. An Unfained Faith descri∣bed, and the description opened.
Description.
CHAP. XVI. The true Signs and Chara∣cters of an Unfained Faith.
ƲSE.