|Author:||Well wisher of all good Christians.|
|Title:||Plain truth, or, A seasonable discourse of the duties of people to their pastors: In an essay upon Heb. 13:17 Obey them that have the Rule over you, &c. / By a well wisher of all good Christians.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Plain truth, or, A seasonable discourse of the duties of people to their pastors: In an essay upon Heb. 13:17 Obey them that have the Rule over you, &c. / By a well wisher of all good Christians.
Well wisher of all good Christians., Clark, James, 1660-1723.
Edinburgh: Printed by J. Reid, in the Year, 1693. To be Sold by James Wardlaw, at his Shop, opposite to the midle [sic] of the Lucken-Booths, 
Clergy -- England
Bible. -- N.T.
A SIGH AND A VOTE.
Some Necessary ADVERTISEMENTS to the READER.
A Discourse of the Duties of PEOPLE to their PASTORS. In an Essay upon HEBREWS 13.17.
1. As to the Propositions, they are These.
The second point is to Informe you of the Duties of People to their Pastors.
The third Point, is to reach a Reproof to some who are Blame worthy.