|Author:||Skippon, Philip, d. 1660.|
|Title:||A salve for every sore, or, A collection of promises out of the whole Book of God and is the Christian centurions infallible ground of conscience, or his poore soules most assured comfortable companion at all times and in all things ... / by Phillip Skippon.|
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A salve for every sore, or, A collection of promises out of the whole Book of God and is the Christian centurions infallible ground of conscience, or his poore soules most assured comfortable companion at all times and in all things ... / by Phillip Skippon.
Skippon, Philip, d. 1660.
London: Printed by E.G. for Samuel Enderby, 1643.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Armed Forces -- Prayer-books and devotions -- English.
In extremitate maxima, Me juvit & juvabit Jehovah.
Reader at adventure.
To all Souldiers of reall honour and honesty of what degree soever P. S. Wisheth all grace and good now and alwayes.
To my wife and Children.
A few helpfull Meditations concerning the use of the following Promises.
Onely the maine parts of this Collection, and chiefest divisions of each, most briefly set downe, and how readily to finde them at large.
XXVIII. VNDENIABLE Proofes of the Infalli∣bility of the Promises.
To whom the Promises in Christ doe assuredly belong.
To whom the promises belong not.
Divers necessary Rules for the right applying of the Promises.
Now follow the promises themselves as fitly and orderly, as J was able to digest them.
The second maine part containing such Promises as assure us freedome, 1. from the pollution. 2. from the punishment, from the power of sin.
The third maine part conteineth such Promises as assure us many excellent gifts from the Lord.
The fourth maine part conteineth such promises as concerne Affliction.
The fift maine part, assures us many out∣ward blessings, as the Lord sees best for us.
The Sixth and last maine part, contei∣ning, 1, Such promises as assure plenty of mererfull rewards to severall 〈◊〉 saving Graces, and other good Gifts.
The second Head of the sixt maine part containing Promises of bles∣sings to giving Almes or works of Charity.
The third head containeth Promises to our conscionable worshipping of GOD.
The fourth Head of the sixt maine part containeth such Promises as are made to avoyding divers particular sins, as
The fift head of the sixt maine part, con∣taining Promises to imbracing many duties specified, as
A Soliloquy betweene the most gratious Lord, and his most unworthy Servant.