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Author: Shipton, William.
Title: The myster[y] of afflictions. Being the substance of a sermon discoursed: By W.S. Master of Arts, and Rector of Eskrick.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The myster[y] of afflictions. Being the substance of a sermon discoursed: By W.S. Master of Arts, and Rector of Eskrick.
Shipton, William.

York: printed by Stephen Bulkley, 1668.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Biblical teaching
Healing -- Religious aspects
Bible. -- N.T.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93163.0001.001

Contents
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title page
To my Honoured, and his very good Mother, Mis. Elizabeth Shipton.
THE MYSTERY OF AFFLICTIONS.
I lay down these two Propositions.
Now if you please, I shall discourse, and discover, That all Afflictions work for our good, these three severall wayes. 1. By promoting Comfort. 2. By promoting Grace. 3. By promoting Glory.
I must enlarge my Discourse, to shew you, That this Mystery of Afflictions works com∣fort in our hearts two wayes.
And here I must again enlarge my Dis∣course, to shew, That the Mystery of Affli∣ctions is such, that it works this grace upon the hearts of all Christians these foure se∣verall wayes.
I come now to the second Proposition.
Application.