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Sermon TitleSermon on Jeremiah 45:3-6 (descriptive title)
Extentpp. 199-209
Composition Dateca. 1630 - 1632
Primary LanguageEnglish
Text TypeAuditor's Notes
Sermon Type(s)
Associated Peoplepreacher - Brereley (Brierley), Roger scribe - Collier (Collyer), Josiah
Associated Sermons
Preachings (old) - Grindleton - Occasion not identified;
Additional Material
Print Editions / WitnessesA summary of this sermon appears to have been printed as Sermon XVI in Roger Brereley, A Bundle of Soul-Convincing, Directing, and Comforting Truths (Glasgow, 1676), pp. 135-142. The printed version identifies the text as Jeremiah 48:34-56 (though that chapter has only 47 verses). However, the text quoted there is Jeremiah 45:2-4. The latter is presumably the correct text rather than Jeremiah 45:3-6, since that chapter has only five verses).
DescriptionFair copy, probably by Josiah Collier, of what appear to be auditor's notes on a sermon by Roger Brierley. The auditor is not identified.
Source of DataAnne James
Other NotePrecise date unknown. The Bible text is identified as Jeremiah 45:3-6, but that chapter has only five verses.
GEMMS record createdApril 21, 2018
GEMMS record last editedJuly 25, 2022