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Author: Durant, John, b. 1620.
Title: A cluster of grapes taken out of the basket of the woman of Canaan. Or, Counsel and comfort for beleeving soules, comming to Christ and meeting with discouragement.: Being the summe of certain sermons preached upon Matthew 15. from verse 22. to verse 29. Wherein among other things, is declared more particularly, I. What seeming harsh entertainment the soul may find from Christ. II. What holy, and humble behaviour the soul ought to have under that entertainment. III. How blessed and comfortable a conclusion Christ will make with the soul at last. / By John Durant preacher of the gospel in Canterbury.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A cluster of grapes taken out of the basket of the woman of Canaan. Or, Counsel and comfort for beleeving soules, comming to Christ and meeting with discouragement.: Being the summe of certain sermons preached upon Matthew 15. from verse 22. to verse 29. Wherein among other things, is declared more particularly, I. What seeming harsh entertainment the soul may find from Christ. II. What holy, and humble behaviour the soul ought to have under that entertainment. III. How blessed and comfortable a conclusion Christ will make with the soul at last. / By John Durant preacher of the gospel in Canterbury.
Durant, John, b. 1620.

London: Printed for L.C. and are to bee sold by H. Mortlocke at the Phœnix in Pauls Church-yard neer the little north-door, 1660.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
Bible. -- N.T.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A81870.0001.001

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To the Right Worshipful Thomas Bonner Esq Mayor, the Recorder, Aldermen, & Sheriff, &c. With the Reverend the Ministers, and the Saints, and Faithful ones in Christ Jesus, in the Town of New-castle upon Tine: Grace and Peace bee multiplyed.
To the Reader.
THE Woman of Canaan coming unto Christ. The First SERMON.
Christ may seemingly entertain (at first) very harshly. The Second SERMON.
Reasons why Christ at first seems to bee harsh. The Third SERMON.
Souls must still carry it well to Jesus Christ. The Fourth SERMON.
Reasons why wee ought still to carry it well to Christ. The Fifth SERMON.
Faith alone carries the Soul thorow all Discouragements unto Christ. The Sixth SERMON.
Christ will bee certainly kinde at last. The Seventh SERMON.
Sure Grounds that Christ will bee kinde at last. The Eighth SERMON.
Comings to Christ prevails for Corporals as well as Spirituals. The Ninth SERMON.
Courteous Reader, These Books are printed for, and sold by Henry Mortlock, at the Sign of the Phoenix in Pauls-Church-yard, near the Little North-door.
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