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Author: Purnell, Robert, d. 1666.
Title: Good tydings for sinners, great ioy for saints; or, A word to the world, and two to those that are chosen out of the world.: Wherein is held forth, first, the sweet tenders of grace from the father through the son to all dejected sinners; he invites them, he woes them, he intreats them, nay, he beseecheth them to accept of mercy. In the second part of this book, called, Two words to those chosen out of the world, is spoken to the saints under their severall forms, taking notice first of the things commendable in them: and in the second place reproving them for things amisse among them. With a short prophesie of the downfall of presbyterie, independencie, anabaptismie, vaine notions, free-will. With a brief description of a true church-state, against which the gates of Hell shall not prevaile; it being founded upon a rock, it will stand against all waves and storms, that either men or devils can raise against it. I will give you all one heart, and one way. Then the Lord shall be one, and his name one. / Robert Purnell.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Good tydings for sinners, great ioy for saints; or, A word to the world, and two to those that are chosen out of the world.: Wherein is held forth, first, the sweet tenders of grace from the father through the son to all dejected sinners; he invites them, he woes them, he intreats them, nay, he beseecheth them to accept of mercy. In the second part of this book, called, Two words to those chosen out of the world, is spoken to the saints under their severall forms, taking notice first of the things commendable in them: and in the second place reproving them for things amisse among them. With a short prophesie of the downfall of presbyterie, independencie, anabaptismie, vaine notions, free-will. With a brief description of a true church-state, against which the gates of Hell shall not prevaile; it being founded upon a rock, it will stand against all waves and storms, that either men or devils can raise against it. I will give you all one heart, and one way. Then the Lord shall be one, and his name one. / Robert Purnell.
Purnell, Robert, d. 1666., Parnell, Robert, attributed name.

Printed at London: for Giles Calvert, and are to bee sold at the Black-spread Eagle at the West end of Pauls, 1649.
Subject terms:
Sin
Theology, Doctrinal
Baptists -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91475.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
A WORD TO THE VVORLD.
Two Words to those chosen out of the World.
A Word to those that have taken to themselves the name of PRESBYTERIANS.
Now to you called Independents.
A Word to those that goe under the name and title of ANABAPTISTS.
A Word to those that hold Free-Will, and General-Redemption.
A word to the new upstart Wantons that deny Gods Ordainances, or New NOTIONISTS: full of Whimsies.
A Word to another sort of People, that are under none of those Forms.
A few Words by way of Prophesie of the downfall of Presbyte∣rie, Independence, Anabaptisme, Antinominisme, Free-Willers, Vain-Notionists, and all other Sects now extant in England.
A short description of a true Church-state, or communion of Saints that shall stand against al opposers.
A Word to the Parliament the Representative body of the Kingdome.