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Author: Simons, William, fl. 1665.
Title: The true Christians path way to heaven: Wherein is shewed, the great afflictions which God imposeth upon His children in this life, and the assurance of their delivery out of the same. Being very profitable and comfortable for all those who are in any crosses or afflictions. Thereunto is added a prayer for morning and evening, and graces before and after meat. Dedicated to all those that desire to arrive at Mount Sion, the harbour of peace and joy. By William Simons.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The true Christians path way to heaven: Wherein is shewed, the great afflictions which God imposeth upon His children in this life, and the assurance of their delivery out of the same. Being very profitable and comfortable for all those who are in any crosses or afflictions. Thereunto is added a prayer for morning and evening, and graces before and after meat. Dedicated to all those that desire to arrive at Mount Sion, the harbour of peace and joy. By William Simons.
Simons, William, fl. 1665.

Edinburgh: printed by Andrevv Anderson, anno Dom. 1665.
Subject terms:
God -- Knowableness
Prayers
Suffering
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93269.0001.001

Contents
title page
poem
The true Christian's path Way to Heaven.
Here follows the Ʋse of Encouragement to all the Children of God, who though they suffer many afflictions, yet they are sure of their de∣livery in His appointed time.
An Exhortation to Prayer.
Morning Prayer.
Evening Prayer.
Grace before meat,
Grace after meat.
Grace before meat.
Grace after meat.