God's judgments still threatned [sic] against thee, O England, for the great abominations that have been, and are committed in thee; and thy sad estate lamented. London's dissolution a figure of the downfall of Babylon: with a call unto all people to come out of Babylon which stands in confusion, and to repent, and seek the Lord while he may be found. Also a manifestation of love to the seed of God, and a warning to the inhabitants of the earth, of the great and notable, terrible and dreadfull day of the Lord near at hand. /
|Main Author:||Roe, Daniel.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Early English books online.
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