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A cordial for a fainting soul.

A cordial for a fainting soul.

being the sum of two and twenty lecture-sermons more, preacht in the chappel belonging to Chappel-field-house in the city of Norwich : wherein is discovered the power of faith in order to the conquest of carnal and slavish fears and irregular disquietments and dejections of spirit, whether for causes external, internal, private or publike : wherein several cases conscience are resolved relating to such fears and disquietments of spirit

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Published by Printed for Richard Tomlins ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Matthew VIII, 26 -- Sermons.,
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms XLII, 11 -- Sermons.,
  • Faith -- Sermons.,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Collings ...
    GenreSermons.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1684:4.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[58], 206 [i.e. 306], [13] p.
    Number of Pages306
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16783880M

    A reviving cordial for a sin-sick despairing soul, in the time of temptation. The same being an extract of the worthy author's experience of the Reverend Mr. James Barry Second edition. [James Barry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by. Look up, O fainting soul, and live; See, in His heav’nly smiles appear Such ease as nature cannot give! See, in the dying Savior’s blood, Life, health, and bliss, abundant flow! ’Tis only this dear, sacred flood Can ease thy pain, and heal thy woe. Sin throws in vain its pointed dart, For here a .

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    O fainting soul, and live; See, in his heavenly smiles appear Such ease as nature cannot give! 5 See in the Savior’s dying blood Life, health, and bliss abundant flow! ‘Tis only this dear sacred flood Can cleanse the heart, and heal its woe. 6 Sin throws in vain its pointed dart, For here a sovereign cure is found; A cordial for a fainting. Originally titled, in "A Divine Cordial", and it's a book to strenghten and cheer the believers. After reading it, I believe it's a neat little book that does what it says it aims to be, to motivation us to keep going on the narrow road with joy. It talks about how the best things and the worst things both all /5(99).


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A cordial for a fainting soul, or, Some essaies for the satisfaction of doubting wounded Christians, labouring under several burdens by John Collinges 2 editions - first published in A cordial for a fainting soul, or, Some essaies for the satisfaction of doubting wounded Christians, labouring under several burdens: especially such as arise in Christians spirits, from a mistake of the grounds of faith: in which several doubts, mostly ordinary to Christians in the beginning of their conversion, are resolved, the ground of Christians going to Christ cleared, the acts of saving faith.

This work was printed inand is sub-titled, A Cordial for a Fainting Soul. In his Preface, Richardson says, “there be some other things contained in this Treatise, which I trust will be of use to some; and as for the directions concerning the Scriptures, they have been observed by many to be necessary to cut off many errors.

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A little handful of cordial comforts for a fainting soul: scattered throughout several answers to certain questions and objections following. Author: Richard Standfast.

Running title: Cordial comforts for a fainting soul. Attributed to Richard Standfast by Evans. Imprint supplied by Evans. Description: 1 online resource ([2], 45, [1] pages) Series Title: Early English books;Other Titles: New-Years-gift for fainting souls. Cordial comforts for a fainting soul.

A little handful of cordial comforts for a fainting soul, scattered throughout several answers to certain questions and objections following. Standfast, Richard. [Boston: Printed [by Samuel Green] for and sold by Benjamin Harris, ].

A little handful of cordial comforts for a fainting soul, scattered throughout several answers to certain questions and objections following.

By. Richard StandfastAuthor:. Richard Standfast. A New-Years-gift for fainting souls, Or A little handful of cordial comforts scattered throughout several answers, to sixteen questions and objections: as also doubting Christians invited to Christ; intended chiefly for the good of those that walk mournfully before God; and are worthy to be gathered up, and regarded of all such as wish well to.

More > Doctor Featley’s Book / - The Saint’s Desire; or a Cordial for a Fainting Soul / - Certain Questions Propounded to the Assembly / - Justification by Christ Alone / - Necessity of Religious Toleration / & Plain Dealing / - Divine Consolations or A Fountain of Life & Comfort / - An Answer to the.

Author:Samuel RichardsonDownload PDF (mb) Originally Printed Description:The Saint’s Desire; or, A Cordial for a Fainting Soul. Declaring that in Christ’s Righteousness only, {and in nothing else} there is life, happiness, peace, strength, comfort, joy, and all fullness of perfection.

To all Fainting and Discouraged Souls, who are Lost and Fatherless. 36 THE MISERABLE ESTATE OF A MAN BY NATURE. 39 “He feedeth on ashes; a deceived heart hath turned him aside, that he cannot deliver his soul, nor say, is there not a lie in my right hand?”. Lift up thy head, Christian.

say to thy soul, Why art thou cast down, O my soul. and why art thou disquieted in me. Meditate what there is of God in the cause of thy disquietments. John Collinge (; in "A Cordial for a Fainting Soule," Verse 5.

Twelve Sermons, in "A Cordial for a Fainting Soule." By JOHN COLLINGS. Part 2, pp. Thirteen Sermons in the works of WILLIAM BRIDGE (), entitled, "A Lifting Up for the Downcast." Volume 2, of the edition of Comfort and Counsel for Dejected Souls.

By JOHN DURANT. 8vo. The Soul's Conflict with Itself. By RICHARD SIBBES. Seasons of the Heart Look up, O fainting soul, and live; See, in His heav’nly smiles, appear Sin throws in vain its pointed dart, For here a sov’reign cure is found; A cordial for the fainting heart, A balm for ev’ry painful wound.

anne SteeLe. A New Year LORD, make me to. A Guide for the Doubting, and Cordial for the Fainting, Saint. by Wadsworth, Benjamin. Authoritative information about the hymn text Deep are the wounds which sin has made, with lyrics, MIDI files, printable O fainting soul, and live; See, in his heavenly smiles appear 6 Sin throws in vain its pointed dart, For here a sovereign cure is found; A cordial for a fainting heart, A balm for every painful wound.

The Hartford. The Fainting Warrior "O wretched man that I am I who shall deliver me from the body of this death. I thank God, through Jesus Christ our Lord."—RomansIf I chose to occupy your time with controversial matter, I might prove to a demonstration that the apostle Paul is here describing his own experience as a Christian.

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This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original work A reviving cordial for a sin-sick despairing soul in the time of temptation the same being an extract of the unworthy authors experience of the particular following / by Ja.6 Ways To Safeguard Yourself From Fatigue and Fainting Posted on June 2, by Yvonne I.

Wilson in Health and Wellness, Inspiration, Life, Self development // 12 Comments There is a familiar phenomenon, I believe, that most of us would remember going through or, we know of someone who have experienced it at some point in their life.Twelve Sermons, in "A Cordial for a Fainting Soule." By JOHN COLLINGS.

Part 2, pp. Thirteen Sermons in the works of WILLIAM BRIDGE (), entitled, "A Lifting Up for the Downcast." Volume 2, of the edition of Comfort and Counsel for Dejected Souls.

By JOHN DURANT. 8vo. The Soul's Conflict with Itself. By RICHARD.