A plain, earnest address to all professing Christians, duly to consider what they are by nature, and what they must be by grace, before they can be saved. [electronic resource] : Under the following heads. I. Of original sin, and its dreadful fruits and effects, as the cause of all acutal sin and misery in man. II. The necesstiy, nature, and effects of regeneration, or being born again of the spirit of God. III. Of believing on Christ for our whole salvation. IV. The necessity of sanctification as a meetness for heaven, and the great danger of restling on a seeming, or false, conversion. To which is added, a prayer, which will serve for a family, or private person, for morning and evening. Together with a letter, found amongst the papers of the author after his decease.
- London : Printed by R. Hawes, and sold by S. Buckland, in Pater-Noster Row, and W. Watts, Windmill Hill, near Moorfields: also by E. Rogers at Bury, C. Punchard at Ipswich, and M. Booth, at Norwich, 1774.
67,p. ; 12⁰.
- The second edition.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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