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Author: Torshell, Samuel, 1604-1650.
Title: A helpe to Christian fellowship: or, A discourse tending to the advancement and spirituall improvement of holy societie.: Wherein the practise of it is commended, 1. In the communicating or imparting of their gifts and graces. 2. In their walking together in the ordinances of Christ. 3. In a mutuall serviceablenesse to one another. The particular graces necessary to the qualifying of Christians for it, are propounded. And an invitation unto it is urged by some motives from the benefit and pleasantnesse thereof. Applied to these times for the strengthening of mens hands in the happy work of reformation. By Samuel Torshell. Imprimatur, Charles Herle.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A helpe to Christian fellowship: or, A discourse tending to the advancement and spirituall improvement of holy societie.: Wherein the practise of it is commended, 1. In the communicating or imparting of their gifts and graces. 2. In their walking together in the ordinances of Christ. 3. In a mutuall serviceablenesse to one another. The particular graces necessary to the qualifying of Christians for it, are propounded. And an invitation unto it is urged by some motives from the benefit and pleasantnesse thereof. Applied to these times for the strengthening of mens hands in the happy work of reformation. By Samuel Torshell. Imprimatur, Charles Herle.
Torshell, Samuel, 1604-1650.

London: Printed by G.M. for John Bellamy at the signe of the three golden-Lyons neare the Royall-Exchange, 1644.
Subject terms:
Christian life
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94757.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL. Mris IANE DONE OF Vtkinton in Cheshire.
The Contents.
A HELPE TO Christian Fellowship.
CHAP. I. The entrance into the discourse. The Subject propounded and commended. The necessity, usefulnesse and antiquity of Fellowship.
CHAP. II. The main point confirmed. The Relations of Believers. The Description of Holy fellow∣ship. The Subject of it.
CHAP. III. The other part of the Description. The ex∣ercising of Christian fellowship. The mutuall exchange of gifts and graces.
CHAP. IV. Another exercise of Christian fellowship. Walking together in the ordinances of Christ.
CHAP. V. A third exercise of Christian fellowship — Mu∣tuall serviceablenesse. To the soules. To the bodies of the Saints.
CHAP. VI. The Requisites unto this Christian fellowship. First a renouncing of all sinfull and wicked fellowship.
CHAP. VII. Other Requisites unto Christian fellowship. The graces necessary for entring into, and maintaining of it. Humilitie. Ingenuitie. Self-denyall.
CHAP. VIII. Other graces requisite unto this fellowship. Love. Affability. Sobriety. Innocency. Holy emulation. Wisedome.
CHAP. IX. An exhortation to the entring into this fellowship. Some motives. Christians strengthned against tentations. God better served. The mutuall benefit of it.
CHAP. X. The Exhortation further urged. A fourth Motive, The comelinesse of this fellowship. The conclusion.