A call to sinners to sin no more, with divine relishes of free-grace to saints. / By William Weyland the younger husbandman, in Wraysbery in the county of Bucks near Stains, who being dead, yet speaketh, this said William the Lord was pleased to visit with a disease called the small-pox on the 24. of December, 1674 continuing about 15 days and then dyed; in which time the riches of Gods grace to a miracle so convinced him of his former lewd life, that his faith and repentance were as commendable on his dying bed, as before his cursing, swearing, drunkenness, disobedience to parents, prophaning the Lords Day, andc. had been notoriously abominable in the days of his health. Published as a warning word to old and young.
Weyland, William, and Christian Adderly. A Call to Sinners to Sin No More, with Divine Relishes of Free-grace to Saints. .
Weyland, W., & Adderly, C. A call to sinners to sin no more, with divine relishes of free-grace to saints. .
Weyland, William, and Christian Adderly. A Call to Sinners to Sin No More, with Divine Relishes of Free-Grace to Saints..