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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Sermons preached at the lecture in Boston, from Luke XI, 21, 22. Shewing I. That the soul of man is a noble palace which the great God built for himself. II. That it is now become as a garison or strong hold, which Satan keeps against God. III. That there is a wretched peace and cursed quiet, which the carnal heart lies in under Satans tyranny. IV. That the victorious Saviour rescues whom he pleases, and will rescue all his chosen, from Satans power and tyranny. : To which is added, a discourse from Psalm CXXII. I. I was glad when they said unto me, let me go unto the House of the Lord. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston.Date of publication:
1717Author(s):Description:" A paraphrase on St. Luke XVII. 21."--p. 129-130. " A discourse of the pleasure of religious worship, in our public assemblies. From Psalm CXXII. I. ..."--p. -163, with separate title page. "Communion with God."--p. ...This item contains 3 files (750.51 KB).Publicly Available