A Memorial of the Fire of the Lord, in a Sermon Preach'd Sept. 2d. 1713. Being the Day of the Commemoration of the Burning of London, in 1666. ... By Matthew Henry, ...
printed, for John Lawrence; Em. Matthews; R. Robinson; N. Cliff, and D. Jackson, 1713 - 30 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Acres burnt Affliction Burning call'd Camp Cause Christ Churches City consum'd consuming contend Ctty Desolation Deut displeas'd doth dread Enemies faith Fatth Fear fhou'd Fire Fire-Bail Flames flee FleJb Fsre Ftre Glory God's Hand hath Hearts Holy Religion Houses increase our Hatred Israel Israelite Italy Jball Jerusalem joyn Judgments justly kindled laid leti standing lire liv'd and dy'd London Lord burnt Love Memorial Mercy sav'd Ministers Moses Moth Nation never observ'd ourselves Peace perhaps Popery Prayer Prophet provoked Psal Psalm quench'd recover'd revive the Remembrance Romijb Ruins rusalem saith Sinners Sins sit loose Soul Spirit stall Taberah Tabernacle taken Notice Tears terrible thee thereof things thou thought threatning thss thts tion tnany Treasures Ttme turn'd Twas unto us live Vanity Watchmen wete World wou'd Wrath wtth Zion