The path of life, and the way that leadeth down to the chambers of death. Or, The steps to Hell, and the steps to Heaven. [microform] Inwhich [sic] all men may see their ways, how far they have gone downwards to destruction, that they may make hast [sic] to recover themselves, least by taking the next step downwards to their everlasting misery, they be not necessitated to take the 7, 8, 9 and then there be no remedy. So seeing themselves having ascended towards Heaven, they may not be sloathfull but followers of them who through faith and patience inherit the promises. Set forth in copper prints, that by the outward and visible we may the easier see that which is in ward and invisible
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