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A VVord in season being an humble tender unto all that fear the Lord, in the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland, inviting them to a solemn and universal afflicting of their souls before the Lord at one time : wherein is desired that every person (man and woman) doe apart, and by themselves alone, sigh and mourn, and cry mightily unto God, under the sence of their owns sins, and the great abominations, and horrible blasphemies, daily and every where committed : likewayes reasons and grounds why all the Lords people are invited to this work, and what evils and sins in a special manner are to be mourned for, and what blessings and good things are to be begged at the hands of God

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Published by Printed for Livewell Chapman in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Society of Friends -- Pastoral letters and charges,
  • Apocalyptic literature

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesA Word in season being an humble tender
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1138:18
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 6 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15036990M

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A vvord in season unto all that name the name of Christ, that profess to follow the Lamb, and to wait for his appearing in Great-Britain. [Elektronisk resurs] Especially those in any authority. Publicerad: London: Printed for T. Brewster, and G. Moul, and are to be sold at their shop in Pauls Church-yard, near the west end, Engelska 8 :// A vvord in due season: or, Some harvest meditations: with a warning from the Lord God to all people in England, to leave off their wicked and foolish customs in their harvest, before the anger of the Lord be kindled against them, and there be no :// A Seasonable vvord, or, A word in season soberly proposed to the confederation of all such whose hearts are affected with those floods of reproach and blasphemy, which the cause of God in these nations labour under: and may serve, not only as a remembrancer of things past, (stammeringly hinted at) and a call to repentance for mis-improvement Reason in season: or, A vvord on the behalf of the non-collegiate physicians and of the right of the people in the choice of their physicians. By A. Hargrave, philomedicus A Hargrave London

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