APA Citation

F. E. (1667). Propugnaculum pietatis, the saints Ebenezer and pillar of hope in God when they have none left in the creature, or, The godly mans crutch or staffe in times of sadning disappointments, sinking discouragements, shaking desolations: Wherein is largely shewed, the transcendent excellency of God, his peoples help and hope : with the unparallel'd happiness of the saints in their confidence in him, overballancing the worldlings carnal dependance both as to sweetness and safety : pourtray'd in a discourse on Psal. 146:5. London: [s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

F. E. Propugnaculum Pietatis, the Saints Ebenezer and Pillar of Hope in God When They Have None Left in the Creature, Or, The Godly Mans Crutch or Staffe in Times of Sadning Disappointments, Sinking Discouragements, Shaking Desolations: Wherein Is Largely Shewed, the Transcendent Excellency of God, His Peoples Help and Hope : With the Unparallel'd Happiness of the Saints in Their Confidence in Him, Overballancing the Worldlings Carnal Dependance Both As to Sweetness and Safety : Pourtray'd in a Discourse On Psal. 146:5. London: [s.n.], 1667.

MLA Citation

F. E. Propugnaculum Pietatis, the Saints Ebenezer and Pillar of Hope in God When They Have None Left in the Creature, Or, The Godly Mans Crutch or Staffe in Times of Sadning Disappointments, Sinking Discouragements, Shaking Desolations: Wherein Is Largely Shewed, the Transcendent Excellency of God, His Peoples Help and Hope : With the Unparallel'd Happiness of the Saints in Their Confidence in Him, Overballancing the Worldlings Carnal Dependance Both As to Sweetness and Safety : Pourtray'd in a Discourse On Psal. 146:5. London: [s.n.], 1667.

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