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Humbled finner

What he should do to be Saved,

Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ the only way

of salvation for senGble sinners.

The quality, object, a&ts, seat , fubje&, inseparable

concomitants and degrees of justifying faithi.
The agreement and difference of a strong and weak faith; the
* difficulty of beleeving, the facility of mistake about it,

and the misery of unbelief. The nature of living by faith,

and the improvement of it to a full Asurance.
Wherein several Cases are Resolved, antObjections Answered.

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By Obadiah Sedgwick, Batchelour in Divinity and
late Minister of the Golpel in Covent Garden.

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Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give

you reft,

LONDON, Printed by T. R. & E.M. for Adoniram Byfield at the Bible in še 36 Popes-head Alley, neere Lumbardftreet. 1656.

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Barron of Tbornaugh.

Badiah Sedgwick, in Teftimony of his real thankfulnesse for all his fingular Relped unto him, and great incouragement in the work of the

Ministery in Covent Garden,and of his Pious care in fettling so able and faithful a fucceffour to carry on the work of the Golpel in the said place. Prefenteth this enfaing Treatise.


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Christian Reader,

T is sufficient commendation to the ensi-
ing Treatise to let thee know, that it was
it'ritten and compleated by Mr.Obadiah

Sedgwick in the time of his health. It hath now pleased God by ficknesse to diserable bim for publick service in the way of preaching, and if by Printing that he hath formerly preached, he may become further useful to the Church of Christ, as it will be much comfort to him, fo 1 doubt not but it will be matter of much rejoycing, and great benefit unto many others. These Sermons handle the doEtrine of justifying faith, and if they sball prove inftrumental

, either to work or increase faith in thee, Let God have the glory, and the Anthour thy fervert prayers for his recovery.

Thy Servant in the

work of Christ,

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