The Resource The silent soul, with soveraign [sic] antidotes against the most miserable exigents: or, A Christian with an olive leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials and troubles, the saddest and darkest providences and changes, : with answers to divers questions and objections that are of greatest importance; all tending to win and work souls to be still, quiet, calm, and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this world, &c. By Thomas Brooks, Preacher of the Word at Margarets New-Fish-Street, London, and Pastor of the Church of Christ meeting there. [Two lines from Habakkuk], (electronic resource)

The silent soul, with soveraign [sic] antidotes against the most miserable exigents: or, A Christian with an olive leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials and troubles, the saddest and darkest providences and changes, : with answers to divers questions and objections that are of greatest importance; all tending to win and work souls to be still, quiet, calm, and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this world, &c. By Thomas Brooks, Preacher of the Word at Margarets New-Fish-Street, London, and Pastor of the Church of Christ meeting there. [Two lines from Habakkuk], (electronic resource)

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The silent soul, with soveraign [sic] antidotes against the most miserable exigents: or, A Christian with an olive leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials and troubles, the saddest and darkest providences and changes, : with answers to divers questions and objections that are of greatest importance; all tending to win and work souls to be still, quiet, calm, and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this world, &c. By Thomas Brooks, Preacher of the Word at Margarets New-Fish-Street, London, and Pastor of the Church of Christ meeting there. [Two lines from Habakkuk]
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The silent soul, with soveraign [sic] antidotes against the most miserable exigents: or, A Christian with an olive leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials and troubles, the saddest and darkest providences and changes,
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with answers to divers questions and objections that are of greatest importance; all tending to win and work souls to be still, quiet, calm, and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this world, &c. By Thomas Brooks, Preacher of the Word at Margarets New-Fish-Street, London, and Pastor of the Church of Christ meeting there. [Two lines from Habakkuk]
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Silent soul, with soveraign antidotes against the most miserable exigents
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1608-1680
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Brooks, Thomas
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1679-1738
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Boone, Nicholas
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Suffering
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The silent soul, with soveraign [sic] antidotes against the most miserable exigents: or, A Christian with an olive leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials and troubles, the saddest and darkest providences and changes, : with answers to divers questions and objections that are of greatest importance; all tending to win and work souls to be still, quiet, calm, and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this world, &c. By Thomas Brooks, Preacher of the Word at Margarets New-Fish-Street, London, and Pastor of the Church of Christ meeting there. [Two lines from Habakkuk], (electronic resource)
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  • Running title: The mute Christian under the smarting rod
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
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ESTCW3313
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80.
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[14],234pages
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  • (Uk-ES)006444811
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The silent soul, with soveraign [sic] antidotes against the most miserable exigents: or, A Christian with an olive leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials and troubles, the saddest and darkest providences and changes, : with answers to divers questions and objections that are of greatest importance; all tending to win and work souls to be still, quiet, calm, and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this world, &c. By Thomas Brooks, Preacher of the Word at Margarets New-Fish-Street, London, and Pastor of the Church of Christ meeting there. [Two lines from Habakkuk], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Running title: The mute Christian under the smarting rod
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Control code
ESTCW3313
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[14],234pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006444811
  • (Uk-ES)006444811

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