Christos kai Kerdos. Christ the life, and death the gain, of every true beleever

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Extended Title

Christos kai Kerdos. Christ the life, and death the gain, of every true beleever: or, The life of a saint resolved into Christ, and His death into gain. Held forth clearly in a sermon preached at the late sad and solemn funeral of the right worshipful Rowland Wilson, Esq; Member of the Parliament of England, and of the honorable Councel of State; and one of the aldermen and sheriffs of the city of London. By Obadiah Sedgvvick, B.D. and minister of the Gospel at Covent-Garden. Together with an epistle dedicatory: wherein is an exact account given upon some years mor then ordinary experience of the superlative worth of this eminent servant of Christ, and of the Common-wealth. By George Cokayn, an unworthy teacher of the Gospel at Pancras Soper-lane, London.

Additional Author
George Cokayn
City of Publication
London
Affiliation
Publisher
printed by J. Macock for Thomas Brewster and Gregory Moul, at the three Bibles in Pauls church-yard, neer the West end, 1650.
Year Published
Catalog
Wing (2nd ed.), S2368; Thomason, E.599[6]; ESTC Citation R206326
Description
[10], 34 p.; 4⁰.
Audience
City/House
Scripture Text
Philippians 1:21
Doctrines/Topics
Date Preached
April 30, 1650
Genre
Notes

Funeral of Roland Wilson