01. Title Page - Gospel Incense: A Practical Treatise on Prayer by Thomas Cobbet
EARLY PASTOR OF THE CHURCH IN LYNN.
Pray Without Ceasing. 1Th 5:17.
FROM THE LONDON EDITION OF 1657.
CONGREGATIONAL BOARD OF PUBLICATION,
16 TREMONT TEMPLE.
Allen and Farnham, Stereotypers and Printers.
[COPY OF THE TITLE PAGE OF THE FIRST EDITION.]
P R A C T I C A L D I S C O U R S E
P R A Y E R
Wherein is handled,
The Nature, the Duty, the Quali-
fication of Prayer; the several sorts of
Prayer; viz. Ejaculatory, Publick,
Private, and Secret Prayer.
With the Necessity of, and Ingage-
ment unto Prayer.
Together, with sundry Cases of
Conscience about it.
By T h o m a s C o b b e t, Minister of the
Word at Lyn, in New-England.
Psal. 141. 2. Let my Prayer bee set forth before thee
as Incense, and the lifting up of my hands as the
Imprimatur, EDM. CALAMY.
L O N D O N,
Printed by R. I. for Thomas Newberry at the three
Lions in Cornhill, near the Exchange. 1657.
Gospel Incense: A Practical Treatise on Prayer by Thomas Cobbet
Thomas Cobbet was a Puritan pastor in New England forced to flee England in 1637 for his Separatist beliefs.