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LOVE (CHRISTOPHER), Minister of St Laurence
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The zealous Christian taking heaven by holy
violence : in severall sermons tending to direct
men how to heare with zeale, and to pray with
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Another edition. London, 1657. 4
Grace : the truth and growth, and different
degrees thereof. The surnm and substance of
the last xv. sermons, preached by... Mr C. L.
To which is added a funerall sermon, being the
very last sermon he ever preached.
London, 1657. 4
The penitent pardoned. A treatise : wherein
is handled the duty of confession of sin, and
the priviledge of the pardon of sin. Together
with a discourse of Christ's ascension into hea-
ven, and of his coming again from heaven.
Wherein the opinion of the Chiliasts is consi-
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and substance of several sermons preached by
...C. L. London, 1657. 4
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The dejected soules cure : tending to support
poor drooping sinners. With rules, comforts,
and cautions in severall cases. In divers ser-
mons. To which is added, I. The ministry of
the angels to the heirs of salvation. II. God'a
omnipresence. III. The sinners legacy to
their posterity. London, 1657. 4
The combate between the flesh and spirit. As
also the wofull with-drawing of the Spirit of
God, with the causes thereof : and walking in,
and after the spirit, together with the blessed-
nesse thereof. Being the sum and substance
of xxvii. sermons. To which is added The
Christians directory... in xv. sermons.
London, 1658. 4
A treatise of effectual calling and election. In
xvi. sermons on 2 Peter, i. 10. Wherein a
Christian may discern whether yet he be ef-
fectually called and elected. And what course
he ought to take that he may attain the as-
surance thereof. London, 1658. 4
Heavens glory, Hells terror. Or, two trea-
tises : the one concerning the glory of the
saints with Jesus Christ, as a spur to duty :
the other, of the torments of the damned, as
a preservative against security.
London, 1658. 4'
LOVE (JOHN), D.D., Minister of the Gospel atAn-
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Glasgow, 1818. 8
Communion with saints in heaven. A ser-
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A serious call respecting a mission from Glas-
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The character of the wise teachers of righteous-
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April 1821, on occasion of the death of the
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Glasgow, 1821. 8
Sermons preached on public occasions ; with
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and a serious call respecting a mission to the
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Glasgow, 1853. 12
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* Some notices of the character of the late
Rev. J. L., D.D., as a preacher of the Gospel :
including a short address to the unconverted,
and to the true Christians, who were his hear-
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Memorials of the Rev. J. L. : consisting of
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LOVEDAY (SAMUEL). An alarm to slumbring
Christians, or the parable of the wise and fool-
ish virgins, and of the talents, sheep and goats ;
being a plain and practical exposition of the
whole xxv. chapter of St Matthew's Gospel...
London, 1675. 8
- Personal reprobation reprobated : being a plain
exposition upon the nineth chapter to the Ro-
mans, shewing that there is neither little nor
much of any such doctrine as personal election
or reprobation, asserted by the Apostle in that
chapter : but that his great designe is to main-
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LOVELESS (Mrs). * The missionary's wife : or,
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LOVELL (ROBERT). Two soveraigne salves for
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LOWMAN (MosEs), Dissenting minister at Clap-
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Vuittenbergce, 1519. 4
- Another edition. [Wants title, two leaves of
the preface, and two leaves after the preface. ]