A saint or a brute; the certain necessity and excellency of holiness, &c. so plainly proved, and urgently applyed, as by the blessing of God may convince and save the miserable, impenitent, ungodly sensualists, if they will not let the devil hinder them from a sober and serious reading and considering. To be communicated by the charitable, that desire the conversion and salvation of souls, while the patience of God and the day of grace and hope continue.
|Main Author:||Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.|
London, printed by R.W [R. White] for Francis Tyton, 1662.
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