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Author: Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656.
Title: Gods glory in mans happiness, with the freeness of his grace in electing us together with many Arminian objections answered / by Francis Taylor ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Gods glory in mans happiness, with the freeness of his grace in electing us together with many Arminian objections answered / by Francis Taylor ...
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656., Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656.

London: Printed by E.C. for G. and H. Eversden ..., 1654.
Notes:
"Gods choice and mans diligence" (p. [145]) has special t.p.
Errata: p. [1] at end.
Advertisements on p. [2]-[3] at end.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A63572.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Analysis, or Resolution of the Text.
To the HONOURABLE his reall Friend Mr. Walter Strickland, one of the Councel to his Highnesse the Lord Protector.
tract
Yee see.
Calling.
Your calling.
Brethren.
How what not many wise men.
After the flesh.
Not many mighty.
Not many noble.
But the foolish things.
Of the world.
God.
Hath chosen.
To confound.
The wise.
And God hath chosen the weak things of the world.
To confound the things which are mighty.
Ad base things of the world hath God chosen.
And things which are despised.
Yea and things which are not.
To bring to nought.
Things that are.
That no flesh should glory.
In his presence.
Brethren.
Gods calling of his servants is worth observing and looking into.
Such as be exalted by God must often call to minde their former meannsse.
The naturall good things of soul, body and estate prove more often impediments to salvation, then furtherances.
title page
To the HONOUABLE his reall Friend Collonel John Dixwell.
tract
Give diligence to make your calling and election sure.
Use diligence.
To make your calling.
And election.
Sure.
There is an election.
2. There is a vocation depending upon this election, and answerable to it.
3. This election and vocation are both of particular persons.
4. Both election and vocation may be un∣certain to them, that have interest i both.
5. Our election and vocation may be made certain to us.
6. The way to make our calling and electi∣on sure is by diligence.
There is need of diligence.
The actions (among many other) are prin∣cipally four.
Give diligence to make your calling and election sure.
ERRATA.
A Catalogue of Books Prin∣ted for G. and H. Eversden, and are to be sold at the Gray-bound in Pauls-church-yard.