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the Elements of Antichristianism are no where
who are employed to prepare the Way of Antichrif the Great, and to fill up the Mystey of Iniquity.
I cannot better conclude than with the Vords of a Great Prince, under the afflicting Iand of God, which were written about Kwenty Years fince, to one of the principal Lords of his Court.
“ B e not insensible of the Plagues with
which God is afflicting the greatest Part !, of Europe : WAR,FAMINE, PESTILENCE,
lay all things Waste; and these Chastisements give us to understand, that there is a juft Judge Above, who governeth the
World, and whom we ought to fear. ind what this Penitent King then said to that ìreat Lord his Friend, having pretty
feerely chid him for his Indifference in Reliion, and his frequenting of Balls, Opera's, nd other Diversions and Amusements, may ow be said to every one that shall read hese Sheets, or reflect on the Face of these Cimes, 1Be not you the Lał that shall pzofit by hele wholesom warnings of Heaven.
Ma 2 iis iiet op verliche to napoil i'ne frenat al, maar dat
we are halian: but at the second restssinne ha la fin
mi caselor din har
A Word in Seafon.
HE Author is not insensible that the
Publication of such a Treatise as this at a Time when the SWORD (the first of
In. Evils here treated of) is now ready to be Sheathed in these parts of the World where it hath so long and so cruelly ravaged, will be judged by a great many very Unseasonable. And so indeed it would be, were but the Minds of people disposed to receive the Bleffings of Peace : or could they be brought to understand and consider their true Interest: which cannot be expected without strictly pursuing the Methods of Justice, without either Favour for or Prejudice against Any Person or Party whatsoever, and by closely adhering to the immutable Standard of God's Everlasting Truth, without which no Establishment of Man can long stand. No doubt had we lived in Nineveh in the Days par of Jonah, or in Babylon in the Days of Daniel, R there are great Numbers among us that LEA would have thought the Preaching of the "f former and the Interpretation of the latter not more Seasonable than This now is. Buli Nineveh was reprieved from its impending Ruin by Attention to the One: and Babylon which repented not perished with its King, lise and fo muft Spiritual Babylon likewise with me her King, and all that drink out of her Cup. except they repent.
burs 2. That this Judgment soall
The C O N T E N T S. .. The Homily of St. Ephrem. 8. Who they are that fallen
. The Opinion of Dr.Grabe. Ixi. PART III. A Word in Seafon.
Ixxxii. 1. The FAMINE the proper The Introduction,
Punisoment of the Last of the
73 ci 1. The SWORD the proper 2. This Branch of Sin more ged, Punishment of the Luft of the particularly consider’d. 75 Ege.
That this Sin does usually Jurely come.
10 4. That there mall be great 3. An Obje&tion answer'd. 17 and universal Famines.
4. A 2dObje&tion answer'd. 18 5. The Causes of this Evil exnice 5. The End or Design of those ceffive Heat. This prov’d from Desolations.
86 wł 6. The Region or Quarter where Blights, Mildews, &c. impusbisfudgment shall begir. 23 ted to Heat.
88 7. A Remnant saved, 28. Devouring Infe&ts produc'd by 8. The Manner of their Pre Heat.
92 fervation consider'd. 32 6. A Recapitulation of these 9. A Recapitulation of this three Evils.
ibid. .. whole First Part. 37 7. A Remnant saved.
94 P'ART II. 8. The Manner consider'd. 97 Dir The PESTILENCE,
42 9. An Address to those who 1. The Pride of Life. 43 are unqualify'd for Preserva2. Ibid. further consider'd. 44
98 3. That this Sin will be very 10. Of the other leffer Evils rife in the last Days. 47 that foall prevail at that time. 4. That there mall be fore Di seases in the last Days.
PART IV. 5. That these Diseases are the 1. The Word ANTICHRIST proper Punishments of the consider'd.
107 54 2. The State of the Controversy 6. The material or instrumen.' concerning 4 personal Antital Causes of chem. 59 chrift,
109. 7. That there mall be a concur. 3. Of the Mystical and Naturence of these Causes in the ral Body of our Lord. IIO
Pride of Life.
4. Of the Mystical and Natu-
attributed to Antichrist it
117. His Worshipping the God M-
Two Objections answer'd. 121 that time consider'd. 161
III. From the Jews. 124 And concerning the Marko
9. That he mall come out of ses, and the End of the Beafi:
12. His first appearance, and 25. The Destration of Anti
Conquest of the Ten Kings.135 christ by the Effufion of the
explain’d in this Sense. 149 The Conclusion of the whole,