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Author: Rogers, Nehemiah, 1593-1660.
Title: The disabled debtor discharged: or, Mary Magdalen pardoned. Set forth in an exposition on that parable Luke 7. 40.-51. There was a certain creditor, which had two debtors, &c. By Nehemiah Rogers, minister of the gospel.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The disabled debtor discharged: or, Mary Magdalen pardoned. Set forth in an exposition on that parable Luke 7. 40.-51. There was a certain creditor, which had two debtors, &c. By Nehemiah Rogers, minister of the gospel.
Rogers, Nehemiah, 1593-1660.

London: printed for Geo. Saubridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-Hill, MDCLVIII. [1658]
Alternate titles: Mirrour of mercy, and that on Gods part and mans., Part I Penitent citizen: or, Mary Magdalens conversion (p. 1) Penitent citizen
Notes:
With marginal notes and index.
With imprimatur statement at foot of p. [13] (second sequence) signed Tho. Wykes, and dated Aprill 4. 1640.
First published in 1640 as part I of "A mirrour of mercy, and that on Gods part and mans", with the added title page "The penitent citizen, or, Mary Magdalens conversion" (STC 21196).
A reissue (with plate and cancel title page) of "The penitent citizen, or, Mary Magdalens conversion".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Luke XII, 40-51 -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A57544.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE RIGHT VERTV∣OVS AND TRVLY RELI∣GIOVS GENTLE-WOMAN Mrs. Jane Done, eldest daughter of that worthy KNIGHT (and of bles∣sed memory) S. Iohn Done, late of Vtkington in Cheshiere deceased.
TO THE READER.
Errata in the Penitent Citizen
Errata in thona Samaritane.
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A briefe view of the Method observed in this Exposition upon that Parable of the Creditour and his two Debtors, Luk. 7. vers. 40, 41. &c.
A TABLE OF THE DOCTRINES AND OB∣SERVATIONS COLLECTED and Prosecuted in this en∣suing Exposition of that Para∣ble, Luk. 7.40, 41, &c.
The PENITENT CITIZEN: OR, Mary Magdalens Conversion.
[And Iesus answering said unto him. ]
[And Iesus said unto him.]
Simon I have somewhat to say unto thee.
I have somewhat to say unto thee.
To thee]
And he saith Master say on]
Master say on. ]
Say on. ]
There was a certaine Creditor, which had two Deb∣tors; the one ought five hundred pence and the other fifty, &c.
The one ought five hundred pence, and the other fifty.
And when they had nothing to pay]
He frankely forgave them both.]
He frankely forgave them both]
Them both.]
Them both. ]
Tell mee therefore which of them will love him most?
Therefore
And he said unto him, Thou hast rightly Iudged. ]
And he turned unto the woman, and said unto Simon, seest thou this woeman? I entered into thine house, thou gavest me no water for my Feet; but she hath washed my Feet with teares, and wiped them with the haires of her Head, &c.
And hee turned to the woman.
Seest thou this woman? I entered into thine house, thou ga∣vest me no water for my Feet, &c.
Seest Thou.]
This woman.]
Woman]
Woman]
This woman. ]
Thou.
Thou gavest me no water for my Feet.
For my Feet.
But she hath washed my Feet with teares, and wiped them with the haires of her head.
She hath washed my Feet with teares.
And wiped them with the haires of her head. ]
Thou gavest me no kisse, but this woman since the time I came in, hath not ceased to kisse my Feet.
But this woman since the time I came in hath not ceased to kisse my Feet.
VERSE 46. Mine Head with Oyle thou didst not annoynt: But this woman hath annoynted my Feet with Oyntment.
But this woeman hath annoynted my Feet with Oynt∣ment.
Wherefore I say unto thee her sins which are many are forgi∣ven, for she loved much: but to whom little is forgiven the same loveth little.
Wherefore I say unto thee] , Wherefore.
Her Sinnes which are many are forgiven her, for she lo∣ved much, &c.
Maries sins were many
Are forgiven]
For she loved much.]
To whom little is forgiven, the same loveth little.
VERSE 48, 49, 50. And hee said unto Her, Thy Sinnes are forgiven thee, And they said, &c.
He said unto Her.
VERSE 49. And they that sat at meat with him began to say within themselves, who is this that forgiveth sins also.
They that sat at meat with him. ]
They began to say within themselves. ]
He said unto the Woman.
Thy Faith hath saved thee. ]
Thy Faith
[Thy] Faith.
Goe in Peace. ]
In Peace. ]
AN ALPHABETICALL INDEX OF THE CHIEFE Points handled in the foregoing Ex∣position, on LVKE 7.40, 41, &c.
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