|Author:||Scudder, Henry, d. 1659?|
|Title:||A key of heaven the Lords Prayer opened, and so applied, that a Christian may learne how to pray, and to procure all things which may make for the glorie of God, and the good of himselfe, and of his neighbour : containing likewise such doctrines of faith and godlines, as may be very usefull to all that desire to live godly in Christ Iesus.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A key of heaven the Lords Prayer opened, and so applied, that a Christian may learne how to pray, and to procure all things which may make for the glorie of God, and the good of himselfe, and of his neighbour : containing likewise such doctrines of faith and godlines, as may be very usefull to all that desire to live godly in Christ Iesus.
Scudder, Henry, d. 1659?, Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635.
London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Benjamin Fisher and are to be sold at the signe o[f] the Tablot in Aldersgate Street, 1633.
Dedication signed: Henry Scudder.
Preface signed: R. Sibbs.
Signatures: AÛp12Ûs(-A1) B-2KÛp12 Ûs2LÛp6Ûs.
Numerous errors in paging.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University. Library.
Lord's prayer -- Commentaries.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIP-FVLL Sir THOMAS CREVV, and to all his hopefull children, all grace and peace in this life, all joy and glory in that which is to come, be multiplied.
To the Reader.
A KEY OF HEAVEN: The Lords Prayer opened and applyed.
The second Petition.
The third Petition.
The fourth Petition.
The fifth Petition.
The sixt Petition.
A Table of the prin∣cipall things contained in this Booke.