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Author: Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665.
Title: A patern of free grace, or, The exceeding riches of the free grace and mercy of God in Christ to believing and repenting sinners by the example of that admirable convert, or rather miraculous mirror of Gods wonderful love and mercy in saving the repenting thief on the cross : wherein is excellently handled the doctrine of true repentance, the exceeding sinfulness of sin, with the desperate danger of final impenitency, with the certainty of Salvation to repenting sinners by Christ / by Samuel Smith.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A patern of free grace, or, The exceeding riches of the free grace and mercy of God in Christ to believing and repenting sinners by the example of that admirable convert, or rather miraculous mirror of Gods wonderful love and mercy in saving the repenting thief on the cross : wherein is excellently handled the doctrine of true repentance, the exceeding sinfulness of sin, with the desperate danger of final impenitency, with the certainty of Salvation to repenting sinners by Christ / by Samuel Smith.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665.

London: Printed for John Andrews, 1658.
Notes:
Caption title: The admirable convert.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Forgiveness of sin.
Repentance.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60543.0001.001

Contents
title page
to the reader
THE ADMIRABLE CONVERT.
part
(39. And one of the Theeues that were hanged, &c.)
verse 39
(And one of the euill doers that were hanged.)
Rayled on him.
(Rayled on him.)
Rayled on him.
On him.
On him.
verse 39
Saue thy selfe and vs.
If thou be Christ, saue thy selfe and vs.
(Saue thy selfe and vs.)
verse 40
(But the other rebuked him.)
But the other rebuked him.
But the other rebuked him.
But the other rebuked him.
(But the other rebuked him.)
Robuked him.
But the other rebuked him.
verse 40
Fearest thou not God?
Fearest thou not God?
Fearest thou not God?
Seeing thou art in the same con∣demnation.
verse 41
We are iustly punished,
Iustly punished, for wee receiue the due reward of our deeds.
But this man hath done nothing amisse.
But this man hath done nothing amisse.
verse 42
verse 42
Lord remember me when thou commest, &c.
(Lord)
(Thy Kingdome)
Lord remember me when thou commest, &c.
Lord remember me when thou commest into thy kingdome.
When thou commest into thy kingdome.
When thou commest into thy kingdome.
verse 43
And Iesus said vnto him, Verily I say vnto thee, &c.
Verily I say vnto thee, &c.
Verily I say vnto thee.
Thou shalt be with me
Shalt be with me
Paradice.
This day
This day.
This day.
A Short view of such Do∣ctrines as are enlarged with their Reasons and Vses, in this Booke.