A suddaine answer to a suddaine moderatour; vvho, directed by reason and no more, expects suddaine peace, or certain ruine. This assures him from Gods mouth, he shall see neither suddaine peace, nor ruine, and yet certaine peace (though never in his way) to them that love truth in sincerity; and certaine ruine to the adversaries thereof. - Pacem te possumus omnes.
[s.n.] Printed in the yeare of restauration, when the times alwayes have beene, are, and will be troublous,
1642 [i.e. 1643]
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