The Judgments of God Upon the Roman-Catholick Church, from Its First Rigid Laws for Universal Conformity to It, Unto Its Last End. ... In Explication of the Trumpets and Vials of the Apocalypse, Upon Principles Generally Acknowledged by Protestant Interpreters
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Page 108 - And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men.
Page 214 - The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of the Lord, and of his Christ, and he shall reign for ever and ever;
Page 137 - France ; and that with respect to ' the symbolic resurrection of the witnesses, it is very difficult ' to imagine where this can happen but in the kingdom of
Page 246 - May thy word have free course and be glorified, till every thought shall be brought into obedience to thee, and the kingdoms of this world become the kingdom of the Lord and of his Christ, and all people, nations, and languages, serve him, to whom thou hast given dominion and glory. Heavenly Father, behold we are here thy creatures and subjects. In every occurrence of life, we would say, It is the Lord, let him. do what seemeth him good. May thy will be done concerning...
Page 131 - Michael ftand up, the great prince which ftandeth for the children of thy people : and there fhall be a time of trouble, fuch as never was fince there was a nation even to that fame time : and at that time thy people fhall be delivered, every one that fhall be found written in the book.
Page 5 - Confession in an Eminent Kingdom, where it was totally suppressed. The last end of all Turkish Hostilities. The general Mortification of the Power of the Roman Church in all Parts of its Dominions. In Explication of the Trumpets and Vials of the Apocalypse, upon Principles generally acknowledged by Protestant Interpreters.
Page 130 - Empire, that is, at the time when they ceafed to be any longer a Torment and Vexation to the Roman Empire, which was near 200 years before the laft end of their own Empire.