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thou findeft thy Hellifh Heart loath to let them go, think with thy felf in this manner: Shall I have my Sins, and lofe my Soul? Will they do me any good when Chrift comes? Would not Heaven be better to me than my Sins? And the Company of God, Chrift, Saints, and Angels, be better than the Company of Cain, Judas, Balaam, with the Devils in the Furnace of Fire. Canft thou now that readeft or heareft these Lines, turn thy Back, and go on in thy Sins ? Canft thou fet fo light of Heaven, of God, of Chrift, and the Salvation of thy poor, yet precious Soul? Canft thou hear of Chrift, his bloody Sweat and Death, and not be taken with it, and not be grieved for it, and alfo converted by it? If fo, I might lay down feveral Confiderations to ftir thee up to mend thy Pace towards Heaven; but I fhall not, there is enough written already to leave thy Soul without Excufe, and to bring thee down with a Vengeance into Hell-fire, devouring Fire, the Lake of Fire, eternal, everlasting Fire; O! to make thee swim and roul up and down in the Flames of the Furnace of Fire.





1. THE Words of the Text opened, Doctrines laid down,


and the

Page 1.

2. Wh the Covenant of Works is, and when was given,

`p. 6. 3. What

3. What it is to be under the Covenant of

.p. 1.10.

7. Chrift the High-Priest of the New Covenant,

8. Chrift compleatly fulfilled the

the New Covenant,

P. 131.

9. The Covenant of Grace unchangeable; the

Oppofers anfwered,

p. 145.

ro. Who, and how Men are actually brought in-

to the New Covenant,

p. 200.

15. A Legal Spirit,

p. 207.

p. 215.

16. The Ufe of the New Covenant
17. The Unpardonable Sin,
18. Objections answered for their Comfort, whe

would have their Part in the New Covenant, p.250.

p. 139.


A Catalogue of Book, Printed for, and Sold by John CLARKE, at the Golden-Ball in Duck-lane.

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Will Pray with the Spirit, and I will Pray with the Understanding alfo. Or, A Dif course touching Prayer, from 1 Cor. 14. 15. Wherein is briefly discovered, I. What Prayer is. II. What it is to pray with the Spirit. III. What it is to pray with the Spirit, and with the Underftanding alfo. By John Bunyan. The Fifth Edition.

2. The Pilgrim's Progrefs, from this World to that which is to come: Delivered under the Smilitude of a Dream; wherein is difcovered, the manner of his fetting out, his dangerous Journey, and fafe Arrival at the defired Country. By John Bunyan. The Twentifith Edition, with Additions of new Cuts.

3. The Pilgrim's Progrefs, from this World to that which is to come: The Second Part. Deli vered under the Similitude of a Dream. Wherein is fet forth the Manner of the fetting out of Chri. ftian's Wife and Children; their dangerous Journey, and fafe Arrival at the defired Country. By John Bunyan. The Fifteenth Edition, with an Ad dition of five Cuts.

Note, the 3d Part fuggefted to be his, is an Impoftor.

4. The Holy War, made by Shaddai upon Di abolus; for the Regaining of the Metropolis of the World: O, the lofing and taking again of the Town of Manfoul. By John Bunyan, Author of the Pilgrim's Progrefs, First and Second Part.

5 Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners: A Brief and Faithful Pelation of the excee

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ding Mercy of God in Chrift to his poor Servant John Bunyan: Namely, in his taking him out of the Dunghil, and Converting of him to the Faith of his Bleffed Son, Jesus Christ. Here is alfo particularly fhewed, what Sight of, and what Troubled he had for Sin; and allo, what various Temptations he hath met with, and how God hath carred him through them, Corrected, and much. Enlarged now by the Author, for the Benefit of the lempted and Dejected Chriftian. The Eleventh Edition, Corrected, with the Remainder of his Life and Character; by a Friend fince his Death.

6. The Progrefs of Sin; or, The Travels of Ungodliness. Wherein the Pedigree, Rife, (or Original) Antiquity, Subtilty, Evil Nature, and prevailing Power of Sin is fully discovered; in an apt and plealant Allegory: Together with the great Victories he hath obtained, and abominable Evils he hath done to Mankind by the help of the Devil in all his Travels, from the beginning of the World, to this very Day. As alfo, the manner of his Apprehenfion, Arrainment, Tryal, Condemnation, and Execution. By Benjamin Keach, Author of the Travels of True Godliness. War with the Devil. And Sion in Diftress. The Fifth Edition, Corrected. With fome Additions by the Author..

7 The Travels of True Godliness, from the Beginning of the World to this prefent Day, in an apt and pleafant Allegory. Shewing what True Godliness is; alfo the Troubles, Oppolitions, Reproaches, and Perfecutions te hath met with in every Age. Together with the Danger and fad declining State he is in at this prefent Time, by Errors, Hereties, and Ungodliness, or open Pro phaneness. The Ninth Edition Correctel, and with the Addition of one whole Chapter. By Benjamin

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Benjamin Keach, Author of a Book called, Was with the Devil, and Sion in Diftrefs.

8. War with the Devil: Or, The Young Man's Conflict with the Powers of Darkness. In a Dia. logue: Discovering the Corruption and Vanity of Youth; the horrible Nature of Sin, and deplorable Condition of Fallen Man. Alfo a Definition, Power, and Rule of Confcience, and the Nature oi true Converfion. To which is added, An Appendix; containing a Dialogue between an old Apoftate and a young Profeffor. Worthy the Perufal of all, but chiefly intended for the Inftru&ti on of the Younger Sort. The Nineteenth Imprethon. By B. Keach, Author of Sion in Diftrefs, or the Groans of the Proteftant Church,

9. The Gentleman's New Jockey: Or, Farri. er's approved. Guide. Containing the exacteft Rules and Methods for Breeding and Managing Horses, in order to bring them up in the beft Manner for Profit, Pleafure, Service or Recreation; efpecially in what relates to Racing or Running, Courfing, Travel, and War; with Directions for Heats, Dieting, Dreffing, and the feveral Paces requifite on any of the like Occafions. Alfo approved Receipts and Remedies for all manner of Difeafes, Sorrances, Hurts, or Grievances incident to Horfes, according to the Opinions of the best Farriers of all Ages. With Directions for preventing Sickneffes and Griefs, and the Symp toms whereby they are known. To which is ad ded, a Second Part; containing many rare and new Secrets, relating as well to Management as Cure, and what elfe may contribute to the Advantage of Buying or Selling; and many otherThings and Matters, lighly neceffary to be known by all Lovers of good Horfes. With a Treatife for curing Difeafes in Cattle, added this Impreffion, and divers other rare Experiments. Illuftrated with fundry curious and neceffary Cuts. The venth Edition, with large Additions.

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