|Author:||Wall, John, 1588-1666.|
|Title:||None but Christ,: or A plain and familiar treatise of the knowledge of Christ, exciting all men to study to know Jesus Christ and him crucified, with a particular, applicatory, and saving knowledge, in diverse sermons upon I Cor. 2. 2. / By John Wall B.D. preacher of the word of God at Mich. Cornhill London.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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None but Christ,: or A plain and familiar treatise of the knowledge of Christ, exciting all men to study to know Jesus Christ and him crucified, with a particular, applicatory, and saving knowledge, in diverse sermons upon I Cor. 2. 2. / By John Wall B.D. preacher of the word of God at Mich. Cornhill London.
Wall, John, 1588-1666.
London: Printed for Ralph Smith, at the signe of the Bible in Cornhill neer the Royall Exchange, 1648.
Jesus Christ -- Knowableness
Bible. -- N.T.
To the much honoured and most worthy, Sr Herbottle Grimston Baronet J. Wall wisheth all present and future happinesse.
And to the vertuous and most worthy Lady, the Lady Mary Grimstone his wife, Daughter of the ever honoured, grave, judicious and religious Judge, SIR George Crook now deceased. J. Wall wisheth increase of true ho∣nour and happinesse.
to the reader
CHAP. I. The opening of the words, and the Doctrine gathered and explained.
CHAP. II. Teacheth us to study to know Christ in his Incarnation.
CHAP. III. A briefe view of the sufferings of Christ before he suffered on the Crosse.
CHAP. IV. The sufferings of Christ at and upon the Crosse.
CHAP. V. We must study to know Christ in his Satisfaction.
CHAP. VI. We must study to know Christ with Application.
CHAP. VII. We must study to know Christ with an affe∣ctionate knowledge.
CHAP. VIII. We must study to know Christ with a vir∣tuall and operative knowledge.
CHAP. IX. That the knowledge of Jesus Christ and him crucified is the sweetest and most ex∣cellent knowledge.
CHAP. X. The knowledge of Jesus Christ and him cru∣cified, is the most profitable knowledge.
CHAP. XI. That the knowledge of Jesus Christ and him crucified is the most comfortable know∣ledge.
CHAP. XII. A Reproofe of those that know nothing of Iesus Christ.
CHAP. XIII. A reproof of those that study to know all things else save Jesus Christ and him crucified.
CHAP. XIV. A reproof of those that study to know Christ only by speculation.
CHAP. XV It sheweth forth how thankful and contented those ought to be, that know Jesus Christ and him crucified savingly.
CHAP. XVI. An exhortation to all to study the knowledge of Jesus Christ.
CHAP. XVII. Certain signes and marks are laid down, whereby we may come to know Ie∣sus Christ to be ours.
CHAP. XVIII. The sixt signe of the saving knowledge of Christ, namely love.
CHAP. XIX. The seventh signe of the saving knowledge of Christ, namely the spi∣rit of prayer.
CHAP. XX. The eighth, ninth and tenth Sign of the saving knowledge of Christ.
CHAP. XXI. The eleventh signe of the saving know∣ledge of Christ, is the witnesse of the Spirit.
CHAP. XXII. A brief assoyling of some doubts and Scru∣ples, wherby a poor beleever doth question whether Iesus Christ is his or no?
CHAP. XXIII. An exhortation to the ministers of the Gospell, especially to preach Iesus Christ to the people.
CHAP. XXIIII. An exhortation to thankfulnesse for Christ re∣vealed in the Gospel.