An Essay on Scripture Prophecy, Wherein It Is Endeavoured to Explain the Three Periods Contain'D in the Xii Chapter of the Prophet Daniel [by

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 68 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1724. Excerpt: ... rlii h is supported by human Talticy, holding Mens Jude g. Persons in Admiration btcause of Advantage., and is therefore called in Zachariah by the distinguish-.Zae v. ing name of Wickedness, that had a House, built 8. jt in the Land os Shinar., which Daniel informs rjan.i 2. us was at Babylon, and which agrees with the Rev. XII Woman in the Wilderness, and the Babylon in St. XYjj, 1 John. Now to make these things plainer by a particular Enquiry, I shall compare several Passages of Scripture with one another, and with the Remarkable Events in History, and submit it to the Reader, Whether the study of Scripture Prophecy deserves the Neglect or Prejudice it generally meets with in the World; or, Whether it is not sar more reasonable, as well as more becoming Christians in Profession, to follow St. John's Advice. "Blessed is he that Readeth, and they that f Hear the Words of this Prophecy, and keep _ "these Things which are Written therein. And 3. again, "Blessed is he that keepeth the Sayings ch n' of the Prophecy of this Book,"" B And 1 And he enforces it with, these Solemn Threat. nings. "For I testify unto every Man that hearcti ccthe Words of the Prophecy of this Book, If "any Man shall add unto these Things, God' "shall add unto him the Blagues that are written "in this Book. "And if any Man shall take away from the "Words of the Book of this Prophecy, God "shall take away his Part out of the Book of "Life, and out of the Holy City, and from the "things which arc written in this Book," A N ESSAY On the Three Periods in the i ith Chapter of the Prophet Daniel, contained in these Words, fc A ND I heard the Man Cloathed in Linnca pa4 xS "XJL which was upon the Waters of the 7.8.9. "River, when he held up his Right Hand and 2." "his Left Hand unto He...

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