|Author:||Troughton, William, 1614?-1677?|
|Title:||The mystery of the marriage song and mutuall spirituall embraces between Christ & his spouse opened, in an exposition with practicall notes & observations on the whole forty-fifth Psalme / by W. Troughton ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The mystery of the marriage song and mutuall spirituall embraces between Christ & his spouse opened, in an exposition with practicall notes & observations on the whole forty-fifth Psalme / by W. Troughton ...
Troughton, William, 1614?-1677?
London: Printed by M.S. for the use of the author, 1656.
Errata: p. 31 at beginning.
Imperfect: pages cropped, faded, stained and tightly bound with some loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms LXV -- Commentaries.
To the Truly Honourable the Lord DEPUTY FLEETWOOD, AND The Lord Chief BARON STEELE: AND To their Vertuous LADIES.
THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
The Candid Reader is desired t passe by, or to Correct with hi pen, these following Errata's which have escaped the Presse by reason of the Author's ab∣sence.
An EXPOSITION on the 45. Psalm: The INTRODUCTION.
An EXPOSITION on the 45. Psalm:
[The Inscription] To the Chiefe Musician on Shoshaunim, for the Sons of Corah: Maschil. A Song of Loves.
Vers. 1. My heart is inditing a good matter: I speake of the things which I have made touching the King: my tongue is the pen of a Ready Writer.
Vers.2. Thou art fairer then the Children of men: Grace is poured into thy lips, therefore God hath blessed thee for ever.
Vers. 3. Gird thy sword upon thy thigh, O most mighty: with thy Glory and thy majesty.
Vers 4. And in thy majestie ride prosperously, because of truth, and meekness, and righ∣teousness; and thy right hand shall teach thee terrible things.
Vers. 5. Thine arrows are sharp in the heart the Kings enemies; whereby the people fo∣under thee.
Vers. 6. Thy throne, O God, is for ever an••∣ver; the scepter of thy kingdom is a•• scepter.
Vers. 7. Thou lovest righteousness and hatest wickedness: Therefore God thy God hath anointed thee with the oyle of gladness above thy fellows.
Vers. 8. All thy Garments smell of Myrrhe, and Aloes, and Cassia: Out of the Ivory palaces: whereby they have made thee Glad.
VERS. 9. Kings Daughters were among thy hono∣rable Women: upon thy Right hand did stand the Queen in gold of Ophir.
Vers. 10. Hearken O Daughter, and consider, and incline thine eare: Forget also thine own people, and thy Fathers house.
Vers. 11. So shall the King greatly desire thy Beauty: For he is thy Lord, and worship thou him.
Vers. 12. And the Daughter of Tyre shall be there with a Gift, even the rich among the people shall intreat thy favour.
VERS. 13. The Kings Daughter is all glorious within, her clothing is of wrought Gold.
VERS. 14. She shall be brought unto the King in rayment of needle-work: The Vir∣gins her companions that follow her shal be brought unto thee.
VERS. XV. With gladnesse and rejoycing shall they be brought: they shall enter into the Kings Pallace.
I. A Meditation of the true Rest of the soule, and the vanity of all other Rests.
II. A Meditation of the Beati∣ficall Vision of God.
VERS. XVI. In stead of thy Fathers shall be thy Children, whom thou mayest make Princes in all the Earth.
VERS. XVII. I will make thy name to be remembred in all Generations; therefore shall the people praise thee for ever and ever.
A TABLE OR Summary of the Chief Heads of Doctrine propounded in this EXPOSITION.
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