|Author:||Parry, Edward, d. 1650.|
|Title:||David restored. Or An antidote against the prosperity of the vvicked and the afflictions of the iust, shewing the different ends of both.: In a most seasonable discourse upon the seventy third Psalme, / by the right Reverend father in God Edward Parry late L. Bishop of Killaloe. Opus posthumum.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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David restored. Or An antidote against the prosperity of the vvicked and the afflictions of the iust, shewing the different ends of both.: In a most seasonable discourse upon the seventy third Psalme, / by the right Reverend father in God Edward Parry late L. Bishop of Killaloe. Opus posthumum.
Parry, Edward, d. 1650.
[Oxford]: Printed for Joseph Godwin bookseller in Oxford, anno recreationis M.DC.LX 
Bible. -- O.T. -- Commentaries
To the Right Honourable, JAMES Marquesse of Ormond, Earle of Ormond and Ossory, Vicount Thurles, Lord Baron of Arcloe, Lord of the Regali∣ties and Liberties of the County of Tipera∣ry, Chancellour of the Ʋniversity of Dublin, Lord Lievtenant Generall, and Generall Governour of the Kingdome of Ireland, one of his Majesties most Honourable Privy Councell in England and Ireland, Lord Steward of his Majesties Household, Gentleman of his Majesties Bed-cham∣ber, and Knight of the most noble Order of the Garter.
THE PREFACE To the READER.
The Contents of the Chapters.
Practicall uses hence. of the first.
Ʋses of the second.
Ʋses of the third.
Gods goodnesse TO ISRAEL.
CHAP. 1. V. 1. Verily God is good unto Israel and to such as be of a clean heart.
CAP. I. SECT. I.
SECT. II. Gods Goodnesse to Israel as a Type of the Invisible Church.
SECT. II. The second part of the wicked mans prosperity. Their Ease.
SECTIO II. The second part of the occasion of the Prophets Temptation from home.