The way of God with his people in these nations opened in a thanksgiving sermon, preached on the 5th of November, 1656, before the Right Honorable the High Court of Parliament
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672.
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Books printed by Peter Cole, Printer, and Book-seller in Cornhil, at the Printing-press.
Several New books of Mr. Thomas
Hooker, made in New-England. And
Attested in an Epistle by Mr. Thomas
Goodwin, and Mr. Philip Nye, To
be written with the Authors Own
hand: None being written by him∣self
before. One Volum being a
Comment upon Christ's last Prayer
in the Seventeenth of Iohn: wherein is
opened, The Union beleevers have
with God and Christ, and the glorious
Priviledges thereof. Besides many o∣ther
Gospel Truths, there is also
- 1 That the end why the Saints receive al glorious Grace, is, That they may be one, as the Father and Christ are one.
- 2 That God the Father loveth the Faithful, as he loveth Iesus Christ.
- 3 That our Savior desireth to have the Faithful in Heaven with himself.
- 4 That the happiness of our being in Heaven, is to see Christs Glory.
- 5 That there is much wanting in the knowledg of Gods Love, in the most able Saints.
- 6 That the Lord Christ lends dayly direction, according to the dayly need of his Servants.
- 7 That it is the desire, and endeavor of our Savior, that the dearest of Gods Love, which was bestowed on himself, should be given to his faith∣ful Servants.
- 8 That our Vnion, and Communion with God in Christ, is the top of our happiness in Heaven.
The first eight Books: of the Ap∣plication
of Redemption, By the ef∣fetual
Work of the Word, and Spirit
of Christ for the bringing home of
lost Sinners to God. In which (be∣sides
many other seasonable, and Soul-searching
Truths) there is also largely
- 1 Christ hath purchased al spiritual good for HIS.
- 2 Christ puts al HIS into possession of al that good that he hath purchased.
- 3 The Soul must be fitted for Christ be∣fore is can receive him: And a po∣werful Ministry is the ordinary means to prepare the heart for Christ.
- 4 The work of God is free: And the day of Salvation, is whil this Life last, and the Gospel continue.
- 5 God cals his Elect at any Age, but the most before old Age.
- 6 The Soul is naturally setled in a sin∣ful security.
- 7 The heart of a Natural man it wholly unwilling to submit, to the word that would sever him from his sins.
- 8 God the Father by a holy kind of violence, plucks His out of their corruptions, and draws them to be∣leeve in Christ.
The Ninth and Tenth Books of the
Application of Redemption by the
Effectual Work of the Word, and spi∣rit
of Christ, for the bringing home
of lost sinners to God. Besides many
other seasonable, and Soul-searching
Truths, there is also largely shewed.
- 1 The heart must be humble and con∣trite before the Lord wil dwel in it.
- 2 Stubborn, and bloody sinners may be made broken-hearted.
- Page [unnumbered]3 There must be true sight of sin, •∣fore the heart for the work can be broken for it.
- 4 Application of special sins by the Ministry, is a means to bring men to sight of, and sorrow for them.
- 5 Meditation of sin, a special means to break the heart.
- 6 The same word is profitable to some, not to another.
- 7 The Lord somtimes makes the word prevaile most, when its most op∣posed.
- 8 Sins unrepented of, makes way for piercing Terrors.
- 9 The Truth terible to a guilty consci∣ente.
- 10 Gross and scandallous sinners, God usually exerciseth with heavy brea∣kings of heart, before they be brought to Christ.
- 11 Sorrow for sin rightly set on, pierc∣eth the heart of the sinner throughly.
- 12 They whose hearts are pierced by the Word, are carried with love and respect to the Ministers of it: And are busie to enquire, and ready to submit to the mind of God.
- 13 Sinners in distress of conscience, are ignorant what they should do.
- 14 A contrite sinner sees a necessity of coming out of his sinful condition.
- 15 There is a secret hope wherewith the Lord supports the hearts of con∣trite sinners.
- 16 They who are truly pierced for their sins, do prise and cover deli∣verance from their sins.
- 17 True contrition is accompanied with confession of sin, when God cals thereunto.
- 18 The Soul that is pierced for sin, is carried with a restless dislike against it
Twenty one several Books of Mr. Wil∣liam
Bridge, Collected into two
- 1 Scripture Light the most sure Light; compared with, 1. Revelations & Visi∣ons 2. Natural & Supernatual Dreams. 3 Impressions with, and without Word 4. Light and Law within. 5. Di∣vine Providence. 6. Christian Experi∣ence. 7. Humane Reason. 8. Judicial Astrology. Delivered in Sermons, on 2 Pet. 1. 19.
- 2 Christ in Travel: Wherein, 1. The Travel of his soul. 2. The first and after effects of his Death, 3. His Assu∣rance of Issue. 4. And his satisfaction therein: Are opened and cleered in Ser∣mons, on Isa, 53 11.
- 3 A Lifting up for the Cast-down, in case of, 1. Great sin. 2. Weakness of Grace. 3. Miscarriage of Duties. 4. Want of Assurance, 5. Affliction. 6. Temptation. 7. Dissertion. 8. Un∣serviceableness. 9, Discouragements from the Condition it self. Delivered in thirteen Sermons, on Psalm, 42. 11. His Four Sermons concerning,
- 4 Sin against the Holy Ghost.
- 5 Sins of Infirmitie.
- 6 The false Apostle tried and disco∣vered
- 7 The good and means of Establish∣ment
- 8 The great things Faith can do.
- 9 The great things Faith can suffer.
- 10 The Great Gospel Mystery of the Saints Comfort and Holiness, opened and applied from Christs Priestly Office.
- 11 Satans power to Tempt, and Christs Love to, and Care of his People under Temptaton
- 12 Thankfulness required in every Condition.
- Page [unnumbered]13 Grace for Grace.
- 14 The Spiritual Actings of Faith through Natural Impossibilities.
- 15 Evangelical Repentance
- 16 The Spiritual Life, &c.
- 17 The Woman of Canaan.
- 18 The Saints Hiding-place, &c.
- 19 Christs Coming &c.
- 20 A Vindication of Gospel Ordi∣nances
- 21 Grace and Love beyond Gifts
Twelve Books of Mr. Jeremiah Bur∣roughs
lately published; also the
Texts of Scripture upon which
they are grounded.
- 1 Gospel Reconciliation, Or Christs Trumpet of Peace to the World. Wherein is Opened Gods exceeding willingness to be Reconciled to Man; And Gods sending his Embassadors to that End. From. 2 Cor. 5 19, 20, 21.
- 2 The Rare Jewel of Christian Con∣tentment, on Phil. 4. 11. Wherein is shewed, 1 What Contentment is. 2. It is an Holy art and Mystery. 3 The Ex∣cellencies of it. 4 The Evil of the con∣trary sin of Murmuring, and the Ag∣gravations of it.
- 3 Gospel-Worship, on Levit. 10. 3. Wherein is shewed, 1 The right man∣ner of the Worship of God in General; And particularly, In hearing the Word, Receiving the Lords supper, & prayer.
- 4 Gospel-Conversation, on Phil. 1 17 Wherein is shewed, 1 That the Conversations of Beleevers must be a∣bove what could be by the Light of Nature. 2 Beyond those that lived un∣der the Law. 3 And sutable to what Truths the Gospel holds forth. To which is added, The Misery of those Men that have their Portion in this Life only, on Psal. 17. 14.
- 5 A Treatise of Earthly-minded∣ness; Wherein is shewed, 1 What Earth∣ly-mindedness is, 2. The great Evil thereof, on Phil. 3. part of the 19. verse. Also to the same Book is joyned, A Treatise of Heavenly-mindedness, and walking with God, on Gen. 5. 24. and on Phil. 3. 20.
- 6 An Exposition on the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh Chapters of the Prophesie of Hosea.
- 7 An Exposition on the eight, ninth, and tenth Chapters of Hosea.
- 8 An Exposition on the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth Chapters of Hosea, being now compleat.
- 9 The Evil of Evils, or the excee∣ding sinfulness of sin, on Job 16. 21.
- 10 Precious Faith, on 2 Pet. 1. 1.
- 11 Of Hope, on 1 John 3. 3.
- 12 Of Walking by Faith, on 2 Cor. 5. 7.
Two Books by Nich. Culpeper, Gent.
Student in Physick and Astrologie.
- I. The Practice of Physick, contai∣ning seventeen several Books. Wherein is plainly set fort, The Nature, Cause, Differences, and several sorts of Signs; Together with the Cure of al Diseases in the Body of Man. Being a Transla∣tion of the Works of that Learned and Renowned Doctor, Lazarus Riverius, now living; Councellor and Physitian to the present King of France. Above fifteen thousand of the said Books in Latin have been sold in a very few Yeers, having been eight times printed, though al the former Impressions wan∣ted the Nature, Causes, Signs, and Dif∣ferences of the Diseases, and had only the Medicines for the cure for them; as plainly appears by the Authors Epistle.
- II. A Sure Guide▪ To Physick and Chyrurgery: That is to say, The Arts of Healing by Medicine, and Manual Operation. Being an Anatomical Des∣cription of the whol body of Man, and its parts, with their Respective diseases, demonstrated from the Fabrick and use of the said Parts. In Six Books.