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IN COMPLETE ARMOUR:
OR, A TREATISE ON
The Saints' war with the Devil ;
WHEREIN A DISCOVERY IS MADE
OF THE POLICY, POWER, WICKEDNESS, AND STRATAGEMS
MADE USE OF BY
THAT ENEMY OF GOD AND HIS PEOPLE;
A MAGAZINE OPENED,
THE CHRISTIAN IS FURNISHED WITH SPIRITUAL ARMS
FOR THE BATTLE,
ASSISTED IN BUCKLING ON HIS ARMOUR,
AND TAUGHT THE USE OF HIS WEAPONS;
THE HAPPY ISSUE OF THE WHOLE WAR.
BY WILLIAM GURNALL, A. M.
FORMERLY OF LAVENHAM, SUFFOLK.
LONDON: PUBLISHED BY
L. B. SEELEY, 169, FLEET STREET.
CONTENTS OF THE CHAPTERS
IN VOL. II.
VERSE 14. Stand therefore, &c.
CHAP. 1. Wherein is briefly shewed the necessity of resisting Sa.
tan's temptations, with the danger of yielding to
in order, together with his duty in this particular, and
the danger of stragglers from their own place......
the word “Stand," and the Christian's duty of
Having your loins girt about with truth.
for a judgment established in the truth, with the rea-
sons of it; as also some application of the point.... 29
loins girt with truth, viz. so as to make a free and bold
short exhortation to it.
with the kinds of it; and in particular of moral up-
the morally upright person.
unconelinesses this girdle covers, as also how it co-