|Title:||A serious call to obstinate sinners, or A sounding trumpet to the unconverted. Laying forth the danger of living in sin, and delay od repentance. Which may be a warning-blow for wicked men to forsake sin, and to turn to God unfeignedly. By William Knowles.|
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A serious call to obstinate sinners, or A sounding trumpet to the unconverted. Laying forth the danger of living in sin, and delay od repentance. Which may be a warning-blow for wicked men to forsake sin, and to turn to God unfeignedly. By William Knowles.
London: printed by H.B. for W. Thackeray at the Angel in Duck-Lane, 1684.
|Alternate titles:||Serious call to obstinate sinners Sounding trumpet to the unconverted.|
Reproduction of the original at the Magdalene College Library, Cambridge.
Repentance -- Early works to 1800.
Judgement Day -- Early works to 1800.
To the Reader.
A serious Call to Obstinate Sinners.