|Author:||Hussey, Joseph, d. 1726.|
|Title:||The Gospel-feast opened, or, The great supper of the parable by Joseph Hussey.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The Gospel-feast opened, or, The great supper of the parable by Joseph Hussey.
Hussey, Joseph, d. 1726.
London: Printed by J. Astwood for John Salusbury, 1692.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Bible -- Parables.
To that particular People of God in Cambridge over whom by a special Call I am fixed, as a Watchman in the Gospel, and a Minister of our Lord Jesus Christ.
THE EPISTLE TO THE Reader.
THE Gospel-Feast OPENED, OR THE Great SUPPER of the PARABLE.
Doct. The Gospel is a large Feast, stor'd with all kinds of Spiritual Provision in it. All things ready.
II. Doct. That God makes an Invitati∣on to Sinners in the Preaching of the Gospel to come in to this Feast.
Doct. That the Gospel is a Feast or a Supper in which all its Provisi∣ons are Now ready.