|Author:||Vedel, Nicolaus, 1596-1642.|
|Title:||An antidote against sorrovv, in order to the obtaining of sanctified joy.: An excellent treatise first written in French by N. Vedelius, then translated into Latine by Gallus Pareus, and now into English, by Cadwallader Winne, M.A.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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An antidote against sorrovv, in order to the obtaining of sanctified joy.: An excellent treatise first written in French by N. Vedelius, then translated into Latine by Gallus Pareus, and now into English, by Cadwallader Winne, M.A.
Vedel, Nicolaus, 1596-1642., Winne, Cadwallader, b. 1622 or 3.
London: Printed for George Lathum [i.e. Latham], and are to be sold at his shop at the sign of the Bishops head in Pauls Church-yard, 1650.
Joy -- Religious aspects
The Authors Preface TO The most Noble and Re∣nowned Iames Micheley, Nicholas Vedelius wi∣sheth Grace & Peace, through our Lord Je∣sus Christ.
To his honoured Fa∣ther William Winne, of Glinne, in the County of Merio∣neth, Esq.
The Contents of the Chapters following.
AN Antidote against sorrow.
CHAP. I. The first ground or reason why the faithfull man should re∣nounce worldly sorrow is drawn from its filthinesse and deformity.
CHAP. II. The second ground or reason is drawne from the pernicious ef∣fects thereof.
CHAP. III. The third ground or reason why the faithfull man should aban∣don it, and be joyfull, is drawn from Gods spirituall grace in Iesus Christ.
CHAP. IV. The fourth ground or reason consists in the corporall bene∣fits conferred by God.
CHAP. V. The fist ground or reason is drawne from Gods providence, and that the faithfull man should for the future hope to receive corporall benefits.
CHAP. VI. The sixth ground or reason is, that afflictions themselves yield matter of joy.
CHAP. VII. The seventh and last ground or reason is drawne from the con∣dition of the faithfull man in this world, which consisteth herein, that hee is a traveller journeying into his countrey.