|Author:||Votier, J. (James), b. 1622.|
|Title:||Vox Dei & hominis.: God's call from heaven ecchoed [sic] by mans answer from earth. Or a survey of effectual calling. In the [brace] explication of its nature. Distribution of it into its parts. Illustration of it by its properties. Confirmation of it by reasons. Application of it by uses. Being the substance of several sermons delivered to the people of Heveningham, in Suffolk. / By J. Votier, minister of the gospel.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Vox Dei & hominis.: God's call from heaven ecchoed [sic] by mans answer from earth. Or a survey of effectual calling. In the [brace] explication of its nature. Distribution of it into its parts. Illustration of it by its properties. Confirmation of it by reasons. Application of it by uses. Being the substance of several sermons delivered to the people of Heveningham, in Suffolk. / By J. Votier, minister of the gospel.
Votier, J. (James), b. 1622.
London: Printed by T.C. for Nathanael Webb, and William Grantham at the Bear in Paul's Church-yard, neer the little north door of Pauls, 1658.
|Alternate titles:||Vox Dei et hominis|
To his beloved people, the in∣habitants of Heveningham, Suff.
To his respected Friends, the inhabitants of Margarets of Ilkets-hal, in Suff.
To his dear Consort, and wel∣beloved Children.
To his neer relations in the bonds of consanguinity and affinity; and to all his loving friends and acquaintance in the City of London, County of Suffolk, and elsewhere.
The Epistle to the READER.
A SURVEY OF EFFECTUAL CALLING.
THE FIRST PART.
CHAP. II. 1. Of the kinds of calling.
CHAP. III. II. What this calling is.
CHAP. IV. III. The parts of this calling.
CHAP. V. IV. What is done in this effectual calling, or what parts are wrought upon?
CHAP. VI. V. What those graces are, which especially first put forth themselves.
CHAP. VII. VI. The Degrees, and Steps, whereby effectual calling ariseth to perfection, and is compleated.
CHAP. VIII. VII. The Concomitants, Effects, Consequences of Effectual calling.
CHAP. IX. VIII. The subject of effectual calling, or whom God doth call.
CHAP. X. IX. The time of effectual calling; when God doth call.
CHAP. XI. X. The means whereby the Lord doth effectually call.
CHAP. XII. XI. Objections answered.
CHAP. XIII. XII. A few plain, and familiar reasons are to be given in.
The second Part.
CHAP. I. XIII. The use and application of the whole.
CHAP. II. I. Ʋse, for information.
CHAP. III. II. Ʋse, for Terrour.
CHAP. IV. III. Ʋse: For reprehension.
CHAP. V. 4. Ʋse for comfort.
CHAP. VI. 5. Ʋse for examination.
CHAP. VII. 6. Ʋse for exhortation.
The Contents of this Book.
The first Part.
The Contents of this Book. The second Part.
Books Printed, and are now to be sold by Nathanael Web, and William Grantham, at the black Bear in St. Paul's Church-yard, neer the little North-door, 1658.
Books in Quarto.
Sermons lately published.
In Octavo large.