The man of peace: or, The glorious appearance of the great God in his people, rising as a man of war, to waste the Assyrian, that is, the mighty oppressor, or enemy to our peace. Being a second olive-leaf, springing 1. To heal the nation, or people of the land. 2. To humble the princes, or people of the Lord. 3. To heighten the spirits of the English, above all the nations about, to break them, or bring them in (with us) to the government of Jesus. By William Erbery.
|Main Author:||Erbery, William, 1604-1654.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
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