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Author: Jelinger, Christopher.
Title: A cluster of sweetest grapes for saints, brought from the heavenly Canaan. Or, The saints assurance gotten, and to be had in this life, by the several means specified in this tract upon I Pet. 1.9. And fifteen soul-solacing conferences with Christ, touching sins and the world's conquest; according to the high and noble art of fighting the great fight of Faith, I Tim.6.12. Fitted for all such gracious souls as do most heartily desire to see the death of their strong and mighty corruptions, & a thorow [sic] victory gotten over this vile and troublesome world. By Christopher Jelinger M. A.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A cluster of sweetest grapes for saints, brought from the heavenly Canaan. Or, The saints assurance gotten, and to be had in this life, by the several means specified in this tract upon I Pet. 1.9. And fifteen soul-solacing conferences with Christ, touching sins and the world's conquest; according to the high and noble art of fighting the great fight of Faith, I Tim.6.12. Fitted for all such gracious souls as do most heartily desire to see the death of their strong and mighty corruptions, & a thorow [sic] victory gotten over this vile and troublesome world. By Christopher Jelinger M. A.
Jelinger, Christopher.

London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1664.
Alternate titles: Cluster of sweetest grapes for saints, brought from the heavenly Canaan Saints assurance. Fifteen soul-solacing conferences with Christ.
Notes:
Text is continuous despite pagination.
"Fifteen soul-solacing conferences with Christ," has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Spiritual life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A46733.0001.001

Contents
title page
Epigramma Authoris Auspicatorium, ad JESƲM CHRISTƲM, REGEM REGƲM, Dominum suum Clementissimum.
To the truly Vertuous Lady, the Lady Margaret Courtney, Grace & Peace from God the Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ.
To the Worshipful THOMAS REYNEL, Esq And Justice of the Peace, Grace and Mercy be multiplyed
A CLUSTER OF Sweetest Grapes for Saints Newly brought from the Heavenly Canaan. OR, The Saints Assurance, Upon 1 PET. 1.9. Even the Salvation of your Souls.
title page
The first Conference: Tending to the right happy subduing of sin, by the Word of Promise, Mich. 7.19.
The second Conference: Wherein Faith makes use of the Promise of Heaven, and threat∣ning of Hell against sin.
The third Conference like the former.
The fourth Conference. Wherein faith maketh use of the Word of Promise, touching the enjoying of God, and of the sacred words extenuation of all wordly things.
The fifth Conference. Wherein Christ's aid is implored against Satans temptations, in a time of desertion.
The sixth Conference: Wherein use is made of Christ's incarnation by faith against sin.
The seventh Conference: Wherein the troubled believing Soul maketh use of Christ's death, to work the death of sin, and promises to be more thankefull.
The eighth Conference. Wherein the believing Soul maketh use of Christs overcoming of the world against the world.
The ninth Conference. Wherein the believing Soul maketh use of the love of Christ a∣gainst sin.
The tenth Conference. Wherein the believing Soul mak∣eth use of Christs intercession.
The eleventh Conference. Wherein the troubled believing Soul maketh use of Christ's Prophetical Office.
The Twelfth Conference. Wherein the believing soul makes use of Christ's Kingly Office against sin.
The Thirteenth Conference. Wherein the believing soul returns from the vain things of the world to Christ, and maketh use of the sacred words precepts to resist sin, craving assistance of Christ.
The Fourteenth Conference.
The fifteenth Conference. Wherein the troubled believing Soul craves the promised hid∣den Manna, that it may be the more couragious to fight the fight of Faith.