A Sermon in Commemoration of the Great Storm of Wind, Nov. 27, 1703: And of the More Dreadful Storm which Threatened the Destruction of British Freedom at the Eve of the Revolution : Preached in Little-Wild-Street, Nov. 27, 1788
J. Buckland and R. Bishop, 1788 - Bible - 60 pages
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A Sermon in Commemoration of the Great Storm of Wind, Nov. 27 1703: And of ...
Samuel Stennett,Joseph Stennett
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27th of November acknowledge Ęthereal affliction ascended the throne Blest breasts Britannia's tears Britons Burnet Church civil and religious clouds commemorate confederate conquer counsels crown dark death deliverance Deluge dence Dissenters Divine Providence dreadful earth ensigns escaped event eyes fame family of Bruns favour feel foes fury glorious glory grace Grey's Parlia grief hand happy haughty heart heaven honour houses humble illustrious Isaiah Israelites King William laws lightening lives Lord lost mentary Debates mind moral world Nassau natural and moral ness never night occasion Papists persecuted pomp at court Popery Popish prayers Prince Psalm rage rais'd received reign religion religious liberties remember rites Rome royal salvation scene seas senters Sermon skies slavery sorrow soul stack of chimnies Storm of Wind tempest Thou thought thousand thro thunder thy wonders tion Twas tyranny tyrants waters saw thee weep wick ascended WILLIAM III wonders of old
Page 1 - Ixxvii. 11. I WILL REMEMBER THE WORKS OF THE LORD: SURELY I WILL REMEMBER THY WONDERS OF OLD. THE
Page 3 - way is in the fea, and thy path in the great " waters, and thy footfteps are not known. " Thou leddeft thy people like a flock, by. " the hand of Mofes and Aaron.
Page 3 - GOD, the waters faw thee: they were " afraid ; the depths- alfo were troubled. " The clouds poured out water, the
Page 32 - know from the rifing of the fun, and " from the weft, that there is none
Page 33 - family, in the mournful providence with which they are now vifited, let us offer our fervent and repeated prayers to GOD, that tranquillity may be reftored to his royal bofom, that he may again aflume the reins of government with
Page 10 - who were in the extremity of it; and " who, being touched with a due
Page 33 - who have already reigned ; and that happy confirmation and enlargement which our religious liberties have received under the reign of his prefent Majefty. And while we tenderly feel with him and his afflicted family, in the mournful providence with which they are now
Page 8 - wall upon it, was lifted up by the wind, and carried into a hollow way,