|Author:||Horn, John, 1614-1676.|
|Title:||A caveat to all true Christians: against the spreadings of the spirit of Antichrist, and his subtile endeavours to draw men from Jesus Christ / propounded to them by J. Horn, one of the unworthiest of Christs servants in his gospel, a preacher thereof in South Lin, Norfolk ; together with some brief directions for their orderly walkings.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A caveat to all true Christians: against the spreadings of the spirit of Antichrist, and his subtile endeavours to draw men from Jesus Christ / propounded to them by J. Horn, one of the unworthiest of Christs servants in his gospel, a preacher thereof in South Lin, Norfolk ; together with some brief directions for their orderly walkings.
Horn, John, 1614-1676., Charles King of England, 1630-1685.
London: Printed by R.W. for T. Brewster, and G. Moule, and are to be sold at the three Bibles at the West end of Pauls, 1651.
Broadsides -- 17th century. -- London (England)
TO The Vertuous and Religious Gen∣tlewomen, Mrs. Jane Desborow, wife to the Honorable, Major General John Desborow; Mrs. Alice Toll, wife to the Right Worshipful, Mr. Thomas Toll, Esquire; and Mrs. Judith Cook, wife to the Right Worshipful Col. Thomas Cook of Bebmarsh in Essex, Esquire, Grace, Mercy, and Peace in Jesus Christ.
To the Congregation of the first born, yet warring on earth, whose names are written in heaven; and particularly to those of them that I minister unto at Lin, &c. grace, mercy, and peace from God our Father, and from Jesus Christ our Lord.
CHAP. I. A Description of Saints.
Sect. 1. Who are not Saints.
Sect. 2. Who are Saints.
Sect. 1. Of the estate of the Saints.
Sect. 2. Of the state of Saints as in the flesh.
Sect. 3. Of their state after the Spirit.
Sect. 4. Of the state of Saints in a joynt consideration as sons of Adam in Christ.
Sect. 5. Of the state of Saints with reference to enemies against them.
CHAP. III. Of Temptations.
Sect. 1. That God suffereth his Saints to be tempted, and why.
Sect. 2. Of Satan and his subtilty.
Sect. 3. Some observations upon Sathans tempting Christ. Mat. 4.
Sect. 4. Of the main drift of Satan in all his Temptations.
Sect. 5. Of the Messengers of Satan.
Sect. 6 Of their way and subtilty in tempting.
Sect. 7. Of the danger that attends mens falling into this Temptation.
Sect. 8. Who are in danger to be snared herewith, and by What steps.
Sect. 9. Of other Temptations.
CHAP. IIII. Shewing the Remedies against Temptations.
Sect. I. That God hath provided us Remedies.
Sect. 2. Of the Spiritual Armour, Ephes. 6.
Sect. 3. Of the Word of God.
Sect. 4. Of the Scriptures.
Sect. 5. Some objectiont against the Scriptures Answered.
Sect. 6. A Caveat against their abuses of Scriptures by wresting them beside their meanings.
Sect. 7. Of Prayer.
Sect. 8. Of Brotherly Communion.
Sect. 9. That the Ordinances of Christ are yet in force; and none ought to slight or exempt them∣selves from subjection to them.
Sect. 10. Of Sobermindedness, and Humility.
Chap. 5. Of the Reward of the Saints overcoming.
Sect. 1. That there is a Reward promised
Sect. 2. Of the Heirs or Object to whom the Promises are made.
Sect. 3. Of the time of the full fulfilling of the Promises.
Sect. 4. Of the Resurrection.
Sect. 5. Of Heaven and Glory.
Sect. 6. Some incouragements for the Saints in ex∣pectation of this glory promised.
Sect. 7. Of Knowing Christ after the flesh, and after the Spirit.
Chap. 6. Concluding with exhortation for the Saints walking worthy of their calling.
Sect. 1. That exhortations are usefull and needfull to Believers.
Sect. 2. Exhortations to holy walking toward God.
Sect. 3. The Saints worthy walking towards each other.
Sect. 4. How to walk towards Seducers, and the Secuced.
Sect. 5. Exhortations to worthy walking towards the world, or residue of men yet uncalled.
Sect. 6. The Doctrine to be held forth to the world, and therein of the Trinity, by way of Digression.
Sect. 7. A Caveat against some mens preposterous mistakes about the Doctrines of Election and Reprobation.