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Spiritual refining, or, A treatise of sinne with its causes, differences, mitigations, and aggravations. Particularly of the desperate deceitfulness of mans heart, of presumptuous and reigning sins, and of hypocrisie and formality in religion. Also occasionally handling the uprightness and tenderness of a gracious heart; and therein discovering the nature of a misguided conscience, as also of secret and unknown sins that the best men are guilty of, with directions to the godly under their fears about them. Shewing withall, that a strict scrutiny into a mans heart and wayes, with a holy fear of sinning, doth consist with a Gospel-life of faith and joy in the Holy Ghost. All tending to [brace] unmask counterfeit christians, terrifie the ungodly, comfort and direct the doubting saint, humble man, exalt the grace of God. in XLII sermons, / Part II

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Main Author: Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664.
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Published: London : Printed by A.M. for Thomas Underhill at the Sign of the Anchor and Bible in Pauls Church-yard, near the little North-door, 1654.
Series:Early English books online.
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