Christian life -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Early works to 1800. : The ministers of Christ should be speedy and earnest in speaking to young people : Four sermons preach'd to a society of young men, in Newtown on the Lord's-Day evenings. And now published at their earnest desire. By John Cotton, Pastor of the Church of Christ there. [Three lines of Scripture texts].
Christian life -- Prestestant authors -- Early works to 1800. : A soueraigne cordial for a Christian conscience : Content thi selfe with pacience, with Christ to bear the cros of paine which can wil the rec[m]pence, a thousand fold with ioyes againe let nothig cause thi hart to quail lau[n]ch out thi bote, hoise vp the sail put from the shore. And thou sure thou shalt atain vnto the port that shall remayne, for euermore.
Christian life -- Quotations, maxims, &c -- Early works to 1800. : An effectual prescription against the anguish of all diseases : and against all other afflictions to which the nature of man is subject. Penn'd, and publish'd, and approv'd, from the author's experience of it: but more especially from the experience of very many much greater and better men, the latchet of whose shoes he is not worthy to untie.