|Author:||Powell, Vavasor, 1617-1670.|
|Title:||Divine love: or The willingness of Jesus Christ to save sinners discovered in three divine dialogues, between 1. Christ and a publican. 2. Christ and a Pharisee. 3. Christ and a doubting Christian. With several other brief tracts. By V.P.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Divine love: or The willingness of Jesus Christ to save sinners discovered in three divine dialogues, between 1. Christ and a publican. 2. Christ and a Pharisee. 3. Christ and a doubting Christian. With several other brief tracts. By V.P.
Powell, Vavasor, 1617-1670.
London: printed for N. Crouch at the George over against the Stocks-Market, 1677.
V.P. = Vavasor Powell.
Frontis. = ill.
"The threefold state of a Christian discovered" has a separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous.
With a final advertisement leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Jesus Christ -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE READER.
Divine Love; Discovered in Three Dialogues,
The first between Christ and a Publican.
The second Conference between Christ, and a Pharisee.
The third Conference between Christ, and a doubting Christian.
The Threefold State of a Christian Discover'd.
The Character of a true Chri∣stian, with some Divine Contemplations, Observa∣tions, and Directions to a Holy Life.
A Miscellany of Divine Con∣templations, Observations and Directions to a Holy Life.
Some Heavenly Meditations, Exhortations, and Consola∣tions, of that blessed Martyr, Mr. John Bradford, and other Martyrs, written out of prison to several Friends.
To Mr. J.H.
To the Professors of the Gospel By Mr. John Bradford, Martyr.
To Dr. H. By Mr. John Brad∣ford Martyr.
To certain of his faithful Friends, by Mr. John Bradford, Martyr.
To a faithful friend of his, by Mr. John Bradford, Martyr.
To his godly Friends. G. and N. By Mr. John Brad∣ford, Martyr.
In another Letter to the same persons, by Mr. John Brad∣ford, Martyr.
To Mr. J. H. and his wife, Prisoners in New-Gate.
To Mr. Laurence Sanders, By Mr. John Bradford, Martyr.
Bishop Ridly, In a Letter to the dispersed brethren.
Doctor Taylor, In a Letter to Bishop Cranmer.
Bishop Hooper In a Letter to certain godly persons.
Mr. Richard Rooth, In a Letter to certain Martyrs condemned at Colchester.
Mr. John Philpot, In a Let∣ter to Mr. R.H.R.G.M.H. and J.C.
Mr. John Careless, To seve∣ral Martyrs condemned to die for the truth, in New-Gate.
Mr. John Careless In a Let∣ter to Mr. John Bradford.
Mr. John Careless, to Mr. Philpot.
Mr. Laurence Sanders, In a Letter to the true Profes∣sors of the Gospel.
Holy Breathings: OR, A Divine Dialogue between Jesus and the Soul. With other Poems.
Having the Loyns of your mind girded.
A Farewel to the World.
Books Printed for Nath. Crouch.