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APA Citation

R. F.  (1655).  The heart opened by Christ, or, The conditions of a troubled soul that could find no true rest, peace, comfort, nor satisfaction in any thing below the divine power and glory of God, breaking forth and appearing in several operations and manifestations, by the blessed spirit of the Lord Jesus, the Saviour of the soul, God manifesting himself in flesh, that he may be glorified in spirit. With, a word to those that are for the approbation of ministers; and something to those that scruple about the receiving or not receiving that which they call a sacrament and communion of saints, at Easter, Pentecost, Christmas, so called, and other festival and set dayes, or any other time when it is to be administered by those priests that profess themselves to be ministers of Christ. Written by Richard Farnworth.  London :  printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the Black-spread-Eagle, at the VVest end of Pauls

MLA Citation

R. F.  The heart opened by Christ, or, The conditions of a troubled soul that could find no true rest, peace, comfort, nor satisfaction in any thing below the divine power and glory of God, [microform] breaking forth and appearing in several operations and manifestations, by the blessed spirit of the Lord Jesus, the Saviour of the soul, God manifesting himself in flesh, that he may be glorified in spirit. With, a word to those that are for the approbation of ministers; and something to those that scruple about the receiving or not receiving that which they call a sacrament and communion of saints, at Easter, Pentecost, Christmas, so called, and other festival and set dayes, or any other time when it is to be administered by those priests that profess themselves to be ministers of Christ. Written by Richard Farnworth  printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the Black-spread-Eagle, at the VVest end of Pauls London  1655

Australian/Harvard Citation

R. F.  1655,  The heart opened by Christ, or, The conditions of a troubled soul that could find no true rest, peace, comfort, nor satisfaction in any thing below the divine power and glory of God, [microform] breaking forth and appearing in several operations and manifestations, by the blessed spirit of the Lord Jesus, the Saviour of the soul, God manifesting himself in flesh, that he may be glorified in spirit. With, a word to those that are for the approbation of ministers; and something to those that scruple about the receiving or not receiving that which they call a sacrament and communion of saints, at Easter, Pentecost, Christmas, so called, and other festival and set dayes, or any other time when it is to be administered by those priests that profess themselves to be ministers of Christ. Written by Richard Farnworth  printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the Black-spread-Eagle, at the VVest end of Pauls London

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