Page images
PDF
EPUB
[ocr errors]

4I

An Appeal to God's Witness in all Confciences

Naked Truth, or Truth Nakedly Manifefting itself,

Some Experiences added,

A few Words concerning the true Chrift,

A few Words to my Native Country,

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

IX. Some Queries concerning the Spirit of Chrift, &c.

496

X. Of the true Way (the Way of Holiness, the Way of Life) and of the True Teaching and Knowledge,

498

XI. Concerning Separation from the Spirit and Ways of the World, A Treatise concerning God's Teachings and Chrift's Law, &c.

499

I. Concerning God's Teachings,

II. Concerning the Law of Chrift,

509

III. A brief Relation concerning myself, in Reference to what has befallen me in my Purfuit after Truth,

IV. A Question about Preaching the Everlasting Gospel, answered,

V. Concerning Chrift's Miniftry, or Priesthood,

VI. Concerning the true Knowledge of Chrift,

VIII. Concerning Chrift's Righteousness, &c.

IX. Of the Grace of the Gospel,

[ocr errors]

503

506

VII. A few Words more concerning the Right Way of Knowing, as it is witneffed to in the Scriptures, and experienced in the Hearts of those that truly and livingly know the Lord,

511 513 515

ib.

[ocr errors]

520

X. A Question answered, concerning Real Holiness,

523

XI. Concerning the Law of Sin in the Fleshly Mind, and the Law of Life and Holiness in the Renewed Mind; and whence each have their Strength 524 XII. Concerning God's gathering us Home to himself, who are a People defpifed

and rejected of Men, and in Scorn by them called Quakers, 526 XIII. A few Words concerning the Worship which our God hath taught us, 530 A Question answered concerning Reading the Scriptures Aright,

A few Words to fuch as Complain for Want of Power, Somewhat Relating to Church Government, &c.

532 540 541

Remarks upon fome Paffages, in a late Book Entituled, " Antichrift's Transfor

"mations Within, &c."

517 ib.

544

Some Mifrepresentations of Me concerning Church Government, &c. 565 The Seed of God, and of his Kingdom, treated and teftified of according to the Scriptures of Truth, and according to True Experience, felt in the Heart from the God of Truth,

593 598

603

I. What is Hid or Wrapped up in this precious Heavenly Seed,
II. The Nature of this Seed

605

III. Of the Effects,

Some Queries concerning God's Kingdom, whereby the Seed thereof may be the better Illuftrated and Underftood,

607

613

An Epistle to all Serious Profeffors of the Chriftian Religion,

A Reply to an Answer of fome Queries, given forth by me I. P. concerning the Gospel-Baptifm; with Answers to fome other Queries returned, in a Paper fubfcribed N. B.

621

Epiftles to Friends,

Some Queries concerning Compulfion in Religion,

Concerning the Difpenfation of the Gofpel, or the Dispensation of the Son in Spirit, which is the laft Difpenfation,

665

Some Experiences which it hath Pleafed the Lord to Give me, concerning his Way, his Truth, his Church, and People, &c. 670 Concerning the Times and Seasons, both which have been, and which are yet to

be,

675

645 660

[ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

They have the true, living, powerful, faving Knowledge of CHRIST, or no?

WITH

Some QUERIES.Concerning CHRIST, and his APPEARANCES; his taking upon him our Flesh; as alfo concerning his Flesh and Blood, and our being formed thereof, and feeding thereon.

AND

An Incitation to Profeffors seriously to confider, whether they or we fail in the true Acknowledgment and owning of the CHRIST which died at Jerufalem.

LIKEWISt

Some Propofitions and Confiderations concerning the Nature of ChurchWorships and Ordinances fince the Death of the Apoftles, for the fake of the Simplicity, which hath been long held captive therein.

WITH

The Sounding of Bowels towards thee, O ENGLAND!

Alfo a faithful Guidance to the Principle and Path of TRUTH.

WITH

Some fenfible experimental QUESTIONS and ANSWERS from the Tenth
Chapter of JOHN.

By ISAAC PENINGTON,

Prisoner in AYLESBURY, who (by the Counsel of the LORD) hath chofen rather to fuffer Affliction with the despised People of GOD, than to enjoy the Pleasures of Sin for a Season.

VOL. II.

B

« PreviousContinue »