Christ set forth in his Death, Resurrection, Ascension, sitting at Gods Right Hand, Intercession; as the Cause of Justification, Object of Justifying Faith. [Based on Romans VIII. 34.] Together with a Treatise discovering the Affectionate Tendernesse of Christs Heart now in Heaven, unto Sinners on Earth. Whereunto is newly added, Encouragements to Faith ... Fourth edition, corrected and enlarged, Volume 1
Robert Dawlman, 1645
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