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A Visit of Tender and Upright Love, to such, as among the many Professions
T O T H E;
PROFESSORS of CHRISTIANITY,
They have the true, living, powerful, saving Knowledge
of Ch Rist, or no?
Some Queries .concerning CHR 1ST, and his Appearances j his taking upon him our Flesh; as also concerning his Flesh and Blood, and our being formed thereof, and feeding thereon.
An Incitation to Professors seriously to consider, whether they or we fail ia the true Acknowledgment and owning of the C H RIS T which died at Jerusalem.
L I K E W I S I
Some Propositions and Considerations concerning the Nature of Church"Worstnps and Ordinances since the Death of the Apostles, for the fake of the Simplicity, which hath been long held captive therein.
The Sounding of Bowels towards thee, O England!
Also a faithful Guidance to the Principle and Path of Truth.
Some sensible experimental Questions and Answers from the Tenth
Chapter of John.
By ISAAC PENINGTON,
Prisoner in Aylesbury, who (by the Counsel of the Lord) hath chosen rather to suffer Affliction with the despised People of God, than to enjoy the Pleasures of Sin for a Season.
Vol.. II. B