5 edition of A prophesie lyen hid, aboue two thousand-yeares found in the catalog.
Later editions are attributed to T.L., i.e. Thomas Legate?.Printers name from STC.An anti-Catholic interpretation of the dream in 2 Esdras (Vulgate 4 Esdras) chapter IX.Closely cropped, affecting marginal print.Running title reads: A discouery of a prophesie.Formerly STC 20442.Reproduction of the original in the British Library.STC (2nd ed.) 15111.7.Available electronically as part of Early English books online.Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1985. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1688:02).
|Statement||Printed [by E. Allde] for Nathaniel Fosbrooke and are to be sold at his shop at the vpper end of the old Baily, amongst the Sadlers|
|Publishers||Printed [by E. Allde] for Nathaniel Fosbrooke and are to be sold at his shop at the vpper end of the old Baily, amongst the Sadlers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|2||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1688:2.|
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implyeth, which saith, his sicknesse was so sore, that there was no breath left in him: Therefore, that which was gone, was prayed for, his breath or life, as his Answer further proveth, which was, and it revived. 1] After, I beheld, when the Lambe had opened one of the seales, and I heard one of the foure beastes say, as it were the noise of thunder: Come and see. Master MATTHEW, you abuse the expectation of your deare mistris, and her faire sister: Fie, while you liue, auoid this prolixitie.
Well put off no craftie knaue, you'll say, E. What possibility is there of converting Papists, Jewes, Turkes, or Infidels to the Faith upon such grounds as most Christians hold at present? 5] Beholde, the Lion which is of the Tribe of Iudah, the roote of Dauid, hath obtained to open the booke, and to lose the seales thereof. The Book of Revelation's Divine Authority The dramatic symbolism of the book of Revelation comes from the divine author of all the other books of the Bible.
A prophesie lyen hid
You may know God can move mountains. The manner he hath stood with, till this present, Doth promise no such change! No question, you doe, or you doe not, sir.
THE Sword, Pestilence, and Famine, are the three most dreadfull scourges wherewith God uses to chastise a stubborne People; and although that Sinne be the only generall cause to pull downe vengeance, and God ordinarily makes use of naturall meanes to convey it upon us in what kinde soever; yet in the former, man appeares to be a more principall and immediate instrument, then in the two latter, and doubtlesse by Gods permission, hath a greater liberty and power to beginne, and put an end to it, which was the cause that the Sword onely hath destroyed far more without comparison, then Famine and pestilence together: wherefore when David found himselfe in a strait by the three propositions of Sword, Pestilence and Famina, which God made unto him as a punishment for numbring of the people, knowing full well the cruelties of man, 1 Chron.
as an Angelical Spirit, that neither could, nor can be subject to mortality: Then he had that he had not: which made him be what he was not: he sinned with that, with which he could not; which made him Fall when he did not: which Bo-peepe is impossible: For if Adam was mortalized, and That not, It was no part of him, this they must confesse, or else the other followes.
and that which Protestants professe in Queen Elizabeths, yet they could not be both the true Religion, however the Subject was not suffered to say so much of either, so long as they had a Parliament protection; but doubtlesse all just Laws have their grounds and rule in Scripture, and more exactly such as concerne Religion, which is the unum necessarium: and if a Pagan Nation may not be invaded in their teritories, because they will not be of our Religion, nor a neighbouring Christian people differing from us in some opinions, why should a particular man have his only lambe, 2 Sarr.