The Glorious Name of God, the Lord of Hosts: Opened in Two Sermons, at Michaels Cornhill, London. Vindicating the Commission from this Lord of Hosts, to Subjects, in Some Case, to Take Up Arms. With a Post-script Briefly Answering a Late Treatise by Henry Ferne, D.D.

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R. Dawlman, 1643 - 142 pages
 

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Page 8 - So it came to pass in the day of battle, that there was neither sword nor spear found in the hand of any of the people that were with Saul and Jonathan : but with Saul and with Jonathan his son was there found.
Page 115 - The chariots of God are twenty thousand, even thousands of angels: the Lord is among them, as in Sinai, in the holy place.
Page 79 - The LORD will enter into judgment with the ancients of his people, and the princes thereof: for ye have eaten up the vineyard; the spoil of the poor is in your houses. 15 What mean ye that ye beat my people to pieces, and grind the faces of the poor? saith the Lord God of hosts.
Page 18 - And they shall be as mighty men, which tread down their enemies in the mire of the streets in the battle : and they shall fight, because the Lord is with them, and the riders on horses shall be confounded.
Page 51 - ... generally are Cavalliers. There is no Countrey in the world, where countrey men, such as we call the yeomandry, yea, and their Farmers and workmen under them, doe live in that fashion and freedome as they doe in England, in all other places they are slaves in comparison, their lives are so miserable as they are not worth the enjoying, they have no influence at all into the government they are under, nothing to doe in the making of Laws, or any way consenting to them, but must receive them from...
Page 83 - They fhall fit every man under his vine, and under his figtree; and none fhall make them afraid: for all people will very one in the name of his god, <-rc.
Page 123 - Afhur, neither for all the multitude that is with him, for there be moe with us then with him, with him is an arme of flefli, but with us is the Lord our God for to help« us and to fight our battel/s.
Page 51 - Gentry there, who generally are Cavalliers. There is no Countrey in the world, where countrey men, such as we call the yeomandry, yea, and their Farmers and workmen under them, doe live in that fashion and freedome as they doe in England, in all other places they are slaves in comparison, their lives are so miserable as they are not worth the enjoying, they have no influence at all into the government they are under, nothing to doe in the making of Laws, or any way consenting to them, but...
Page 3 - God did this work without bloud-lhed, it was done not by power or by might , but by the Spirit of the...
Page 118 - The Lord hath prepared his throne in the heavens; and his kingdom ruleth over all. Bless the Lord, ye his angels, that excel in strength, that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word. Bless ye the Lord, all ye his hosts; ye ministers of his that do his pleasure.

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