|Author:||Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656.|
|Title:||Grapes from Canaan, or, The believers present taste of future glory expressed in a short divine poem, the issue of spare hours, and published at the request, and for the entertainment of those whose hopes are above their present enjoyments.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Grapes from Canaan, or, The believers present taste of future glory expressed in a short divine poem, the issue of spare hours, and published at the request, and for the entertainment of those whose hopes are above their present enjoyments.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656.
London: Printed by T.L. for the author ..., 1658.
Errata: prelim. p. .
Dedicatory signed: Francis Taylor.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
To the Right Honorable, Francis Rous Esq; Provost of Eaton, and one of the Council to his Highness the Lord Protector.
The Author to the Christian READER.
Deo, Opt. Max.
To his Honored Cozin, Mr. Francis Taylor, upon his Divine Poem..
To his dear Friend, Mr. Francis Taylor, upon his Grapes from Canaan, &c. being nocturnal Medi∣tations on his Restless Bed.
To his dark Friend upon his Divine Poem of the Glory of Heaven.
TO Mr. FRAN. TAYLOR, ON HIS Grapes from Canaan.
TO His Honoured Friend, Mr. Francis Taylor. ON HIS Heavenly Poem.
TO His Honoured Friend, Mr. Francis Taylor, Upon His Grapes from Canaan; OR, The Believers present taste of future glory.
Amico suo ingeniosissimo celeberrimi hujus Poematis Authori merito hoc en∣comiasticon commendat N.•. Philo-Porta.
To my Loving Friend, Mr. Fran. Taylor, upon his excellent Poem, en∣tituled, Grapes from Canaan, &c.
GRAPES FROM CANAAN. OR, The Believers present taste OF Future Glory.
Heavens Glory not to be fully displai'd in this life.
HEAVENS GLORY Set out by its PROPERTIES.
HEAVENS GLORY FURTHER SHADOWED OUT BY ITS NAMES, TITLES, AND EPITHITES.
An heavenly Kingdom.
The Kingdom of God.
An incorruptible inhe∣ritance.
An Exceeding, and E∣ternal weight of Glory.
THE SAINTS SHALL BE WITH CHRIST IN HEAVEN.
In Heaven, the Saints shall be all KINGS.
In Heaven the Saints shall be filled with JOY.
The Saints in Heaven shall have perfect Rest.
The Saints in Heaven shall have full Security.
In Heaven there shall be a Vindication of Names.
The Graces of the Saints shall be perfect in heaven.
THE BEAUTY AND BLESSEDNESS OF Glorified Bodies.
Glorified BODYES immortal.
Heavenly Bodies impassible
Heavenly Bodies Agile.
Heavenly BODYES Amiable
The beauty and blessedness of Glorified Souls.
The Saints Knowledge per∣fected in Heaven.
The Saints Love perfected in Heaven.
Practical Conclusions From the former DISCOURSE.
The Second Practical Conclusion.
The Third Practical Conclusion.
The Fourth Practical Conclusion.
Marks of our Interest in Heaven.
The Second Mark
The Third Mark.
The Fourth Mark.
The Fifth Practical Conclusion.
The Conclusion of the whole.