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Author: Smith, Robert, fl. 1685.
Title: Satans temptation, and Gods preservation: or Satans policy and Gods mercy: most lively and amply set forth in the discovery of the several temptations, desertions, troubles, and afflictions, that have accompanied the life of Robert Smith of Ludshelf, alias Litchfield, in the county of Southampton, gent. Wherein is discovered the method that Satan took in the several gradations thereof. With an accompt of the life of the author. Published for the benefit, comfort, and support, of any of Gods servants, that now are, or shall be, cast into such a deplorable condition.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Satans temptation, and Gods preservation: or Satans policy and Gods mercy: most lively and amply set forth in the discovery of the several temptations, desertions, troubles, and afflictions, that have accompanied the life of Robert Smith of Ludshelf, alias Litchfield, in the county of Southampton, gent. Wherein is discovered the method that Satan took in the several gradations thereof. With an accompt of the life of the author. Published for the benefit, comfort, and support, of any of Gods servants, that now are, or shall be, cast into such a deplorable condition.
Smith, Robert, fl. 1685.

London: printed by William Downing for the author, anno Dom. 1685.
Subject terms:
Devotional literature
God -- Attributes
Temptation
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93394.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Honourable Colonel John Dean of Oxenwood, one of His Majesties Deputy Lievtenants for the County of Southamp∣ton; and Robert Oxen∣bregge of Piddle Trent∣hide, Esq one of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Dorset.
Satans Temptation, AND Gods Preservation: OR, Satans Policy, AND Gods Mercy.
I. Suggestion.
II. Suggestion.
III. Suggestion.
IV. Suggestion.
V. Suggestion.
VI. Suggestion.
VII. Suggestion.
Christian Reader.