3 edition of A prospective-glass for saints and sinners found in the catalog.
A prospective-glass for saints and sinners
|Statement||by John Saddington|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1622:10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 83,  p|
|Number of Pages||83|
Or so unprincipl'd in vertues book, And the sweet peace that goodnes boosoms ever, And in Times long and dark Prospective Glass Fore-saw what future dayes should bring to pass, Your Son, said she, (nor can you it prevent) Of sinners hath not stood, and in . He sends-in a few bunches of those sweet grapes that are there, and lets them have some foretastes of those soul-ravishing heavenly joys which hereafter will be full and for ever abiding. He sometimes takes them up into the mount, and gives them a Pisgah-sight of the Land of Promise, through the prospective-glass of his ordinances.
CCXI sociable letters written by the thrice noble, illustrious, and excellent princess, the Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. the men become Apostates. Thus you may see many of our Sex are made Saints, though they be Sinners, but they are Sainted for theit Beauty, not for their Piety or Pure Charity, is bet∣ter than a Book full of. O it is well for us that the case is as we have described it! If Christ had not endured the fate of the chief of sinners, who, even among the enlightened, could glory in Christ, since the Holy Spirit teaches all such to testify with Paul, "Christ came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am chief!".
Broadside Ballad Index Contents Listing of Most 16th and 17th Century Broadside Ballad Collections, with a Few Ballads and Garlands of the 18th Century. not seen or indexed here, among pieces of epherma in bequest from J. O. Halliwell, There is a book by Ann Snape describing Halliwell's bequest to Chethams, but I haven't found it. A │ PROSPECTIVE-GLASS │ FOR │ SAINTS & SINNERS: │ = │ Whereby may appear and be seen, │ 1. The Author's Life expressed in the first Epistle. │ 2. That there is no true Peace of mind in those that │ account themselves Believers, so long as they lead a │ corrupt life. │ 3.
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"A Prospective-glass for Saints and Sinners" Purposes of the book. This book can be seen in two ways which are by no means mutually exclusive. Firstly, it is one of the few Muggletonian books addressed to non-believers. (If one accepts the view that Muggletonians had principled objections to evangelism, then Saddington's book should never have.
A prospective-glass for saints & sinners: whereby may appear and be seen, 1. The author's life 2. That there is no true peace of mind in those that account. A prospective-glass for saints and sinners: whereby may appear and be seen, 1. The authors life expressed in the first epistle, 2. That there is no true peace of mind in those that account themselves believers so long as they lead a corrupt life, 3.
other, much more substantial, published work, A Prospective-glass for Saints and Sinners where he enlarges upon the status of John Reeve and Lodowicke Muggleton.
Jan Tregeagle ( words) exact match in as Eamon Duffy points out in his book, Saints and Sinners: A History of the Popes, is that Jesus had essentially appointed Peter. Sep 08, · He was a tall, handsome man, and an intelligent writer; his strenuous support in was of essential service to Muggleton's cause.
He died in London on 11 Sept. Two only of his pieces have been printed: 1. ‘A Prospective Glass for Saints and Sinners. Muggletonians. Summary.
According to the Book of Revelations, Chapter XI, in the latter days God would appoint "two witnesses" who will preach to an ungodly world in preparation for the beginning of the final days.
A prospective-glass A prospective-glass for saints and sinners book saints and sinners, whereby may appear and be seen, () [EEb, ; ] [Wing (2nd. A Prospective-Glass for Saints & Sinners, by John Saddington, Islington, London: Printed for James May by J.B.
Underdown. Original blue paper wrappers, pp. Pages uncut. Reprint of the and editions. A Remonstrance from the Eternal God, by John Reeve and Lodowick Muggleton, Bishopgate, London: Joseph Frost.
John Saddington: "A Prospective Glass for Saints & Sinners" and "The Articles of True Faith" pages. The Collected Works of Lodowick Muggleton: Letters and Epistle. Print Edition- Ebook Edition- £ Print £ Ebook.
a prospective-glass for saints & sinners whereby may appear and be seen 1. the author's life expressed in the first epistle 2.
that there is no true peace of mind in those that account themselves believers so long as they lead a corrupt life. John Saddington, born circa in Arnesby, Leicestershire - follower of Lodowick Muggleton, founder of the Muggletonians, a small English religious sect, which finally died out in - author of 'The Articles of The True Faith', first published inand 'A Prospective Glass for Saints and Sinners' - died in Redemption -- Early works to See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
Broader terms: from Heaven to the worst of sinners on earth Walter Cradock (London: Printed by Mathew Simmons, A spiritual prospective glass Through which the rulers and people of England, may plainly see those things which concerns their peace.
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