The right and due observation of the Lord's day, by all true Christians to be made use of, and practiced by them and their families. 1. Wherein is set forth how we ought to observe this day chiefly above all others. 2. Divers excitations and admonitions for the observation thereof. 3. The sweet communion that the soul enjoys with God in his ordinances on the day more particulary. 4. With twenty two several judgements [sic] of God against some late prophainers of this holy day. Being useful for all masters and servants, parents and children. Unto which is added three calamities that we have suffered of late by fire, which have hapned [sic] upon the Lords day. With a caution thereby to pray to God that he would forgive you of your sins. /
Printed for F. Coles ...,
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