|Author:||Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669.|
|Title:||The best acquaintance and highest honour of Christians, or, A discourse of acquaintance with God by Matthew Newcomen.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The best acquaintance and highest honour of Christians, or, A discourse of acquaintance with God by Matthew Newcomen.
Newcomen, Matthew, 1610?-1669.
London printed: [s.n.], 1668.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library.
God -- Knowableness.
THE Best Acquaintance, AND Highest Honour, OF CHRISTIANS.
CHAP. I. The opening of the words, and of the nature of the great duty of acquain∣ting our selves with God.
CHAP. II. Of Converse with God, and wherein it consists.
CHAP. III. Shewing the Reasons, why it is the great concernment of every Man to acquaint him∣self with God.
CHAP. IV. Calling us to take notice of the wonderful condescension of God towards us, in vouch∣safing to admit us into his Acquaintance; and of the madness and folly of those that care not for this Ac∣quaintance.
CHAP. V. Exhorting all to labour to get ac∣quaintance with God, and pro∣pounding several Motives thereunto.
CHAP. VI. Particularly exhorting those that never yet had acquaintance with God, now to labour for it. With Directions for the at∣taining of it.
CHAP. VII. Exhorting those that have ac∣quaintance with God, to keep and maintain it.
CHAP. VIII. Exhorting those who have lost their acquaintance with God, to endeavour the recovery of it.