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!cat, they drank, they married wives, they were as hron ? given in marriage, until the day that Noc entered a hall ? into the ark. Likewise also as it was in the days as wit
of Lot, they did eat, they drank, they bought, aselor ç they sold, they planted, they builded : even thus ber 'fhall it be in the day when the Son of man is picked
revealed.'. Matth. xxiv. 40. 41. 'Then shall two .
be in the field ; the one shall be taken, and the di tigh ''other left. Two women fall be grinding at the rawită
mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left'n rema The Parties that shall be judged, are, Men and De: prem in tl vils: 2 Cor. V. 10. "We must all appear before Matt & the judgment-seat of Chrift. Jude 6. And the field: the ? angels which kept not their first estate, but left hat De ? their own habitation, he hath referved in ever. ? lasting chains under darkness, unto the judgment 1 Corin ' of the great day.' The Summons will be given to the Quick and the Dead, by the Sound of the last Trumpet, i Thell. iv. 16. 17. forecited. The Effect of that will be, that the Dead shall be railed, But I lav and those that are alive changed, I Cor. XV. 52: forecited. They will be gathered from all Airtas, unto the Place of the Judgment, by the Minuty halt be of Angels : Mark xiii. 27. And then fall he lena ! his angels, and shall gather together his elect ? from the four winds, from the urtermost part of ! the earth to the uttermost part of heaven. Matth. xii. 40. 41. 'As therefore the tares arc deir ? gathered, and burnt in the fire; so (hall it be in dead w ? the end of this world. The Son of man shall len. ! forth his angels, and they fall gather out of ...
kingdom all things that offend, and them which y do iniquity: The Righteous will meet the to Christ the. Judge in the Air,i Thef. iv, 17. forecitea And he will feat himself for the Judgment,on a good