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Author: Robinson, Ralph, 1614-1655.
Title: Christ all and in all. Or, several significant similitudes by which the Lord Jesus Christ is described in the holy Scriptures Being the substance of many sermons preached by that faithful and useful servant of Christ Mr. Ralph Robinson, late pastor at Mary Wolnoth London. Which were appointed by the reverend author on his death-bed (if his brethren should think fit) to be published.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Christ all and in all. Or, several significant similitudes by which the Lord Jesus Christ is described in the holy Scriptures Being the substance of many sermons preached by that faithful and useful servant of Christ Mr. Ralph Robinson, late pastor at Mary Wolnoth London. Which were appointed by the reverend author on his death-bed (if his brethren should think fit) to be published.
Robinson, Ralph, 1614-1655.

London: printed for John Rothwel, and are to be sold by Thomas Johnson, at the golden Key in Saint Pauls Church-yard, 1656.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original at the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A70945.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE Reader.
A TABLE Of the several DOCTRINES handled in this TREATISE.
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The Application follows.
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The Uses of this point are these.
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The Uses of this Point.
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The Uses of this Point.
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EXPLICATION.
The Uses of this are,
Ʋse 2. For Exhortation
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The Uses of this Point.
The Uses of this.
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The Uses of this.
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Ʋse 2. Exhortation.
Ʋse 3. Consolation.
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The Uses of this.
The Uses.
1. Object. But I have many diseases upon me, what hope shall I have?
2. Object. But my diseases have been long up∣on me, what hope shall I have?
3. Object. But I have relapsed, &c. what hope shall I have?
4. Object. But I am worse since Christ took me in hand, &c.
The Uses of this Point.
The Uses of this Point.
The Uses of this Point.
Object. I have been a long time under these heart-pricking convictions, and yet cannot finde any healing; my wounds are as wide and as deep as ever they were. I have lyen many moneths, yea many yeares under the apprehensions of sinne and wrath, and yet am not healed. How shall I beleeve this Do∣ctrine?
Object. 1. I have been a sinner of a very great magnitude.
Object. 2. I have continued long in them.
Object. 3. I fear the time of healing is past.
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Use 2. Exhortation. It commends sour things to us.
Use 3. Consolation.
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The Uses of this Point.
The Uses concern both the inferior shepherds, and the whole flock of sheep.
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The Uses of this Point.
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The Uses of this Point are of three sorts.
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The Uses of this Doctrine.
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The Observation is this.
The Uses of this Point.
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The Uses of this.
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Obj. 1. We have waited long, and yet God puts us off; the promise s as farre off as ever it was in our thoughts.
Obj. 2. I see no likelihood of the fulfilling of it, No meanes appears.
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