A man-child born, or, God manifest in flesh. Wherein is discovered, how God, or the eternal being, always dwels, inhabits, is revealed and brought forth in flesh, in ages and generations that ever were, are, or shall be, world without end. The mysterie of both father, mother, husband, and son, of himself and us, of we the spouse of God and mother of Jesus, his being born of the Virgin Mary in flesh, a sign, his being born in us, the substance, also our being with child, and giving suck to any but Christ, and the woe that comes by it. Of his name wonderful counsellour, the mighty God, the everlasting Father, and Prince of peace, his innocent life, the day of his birth, our observing it, and how manifest in us. What is meant by Joseph and Mary, her conception, his putting her away, and receiving her again, and when, with many other notable observations, delivered in a sermon, at Giles Cripple-gate, London, Decem. 25. otherwise called Christ-mas day. By and experienced in Richard Coppin.
Printed, and are to be sold by WIlliam Larner, at the Black-moors head, in Fleet-bridge, and by Richard Moon, at the seven stars in Pauls Church-yard,
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|Item Description:||Annotation on Thomason copy: "June 25".|
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 30 p.|