A Second vvord to the Army, though sharp, yet Christian-like; puting them in mind of all the breaches of promises, protestations, and oaths, which the author hereof, with many thousands more, have taken notice of; and therefore cannot but give them a timely caution, as in love, minding them of the several judgments of the most high God, in part executed upon the late Parlament, for the like breach of their most solemn oathes and engagements. And also, the author would have all Christian people and souldiers know, that the same light let in by the Parliament, and armies; or rather, Gods glorious declarations of equity, justice, and righteousness to the world, is not yet put out: nor is that supream end, the glory of God wanting to set a price upon all such proceedings of righteousness and justice: it being one witness of God in the world, to carry on a testimony against the injustice and unrighteousness of man; as you of the Army confesseth in the 40, 52, pages your book Dec.
Anno Dom. 1653.
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