How Christ Is to Be Followed as Our Example by Nathaniel Vincent
Puritan Nathaniel Vincent explains what is meant in 1 Peter 2:21: “Leaving us an example, that ye should follow his steps.” He covers in what respects Christ is to be followed. He gives arguments to persuade Christians to imitate Christ, and he gives directions how to follow in the example of Christ. This puritan sermon is from the "Morning Exercise at Cripplegate" series. This edition includes an outline of the sermon and a biographical sketch of Nathaniel Vincent.
Paperback 8X5, 52 pages, ISBN 9781946145550
Nathaniel Vincent (1639–1697) was born at Hertfordshire, England. He was the brother of Rev. Thomas Vincent. He was educated at Christchurch, Oxford where he earned an A.M. in 1657. At twenty-one (1660) he was presented with the rectory at Langley Marish, Buckinghamshire. He was ejected in 1662 and became chaplain to Sir Henry Blount. He preached in London after the fire, and then at a meeting-house in Southwark. He was imprisoned for his puritan beliefs and preached as best he could amid persecutions.