Annals of the rise, progress, and persecutions, of the famous reformed churches in France

Publication Date1753
Remainderwhich are at this day groaning under the cruel bondage of Popish tyranny; with an address, calculated to excite Christian sympathy, and charity towards the persecuted, and a religious Concern in British Protestants to improve the unspeakable Privileges they enjoy. -Your Faith, and Patience, in all your Persecutions, and Tribulations that ye endure. Which is a manifest Token of the righteous Judgment of God (that there is a Day when he will judge the World in Righteousness) that ye may be counted worthy of the Kingdom of God, for which ye also suffer: Seeing it is a righteous Thing with God to recompense Tribulation to them that trouble you; and to you who are troubled, rest, &c. 2 Thess. i. 4. ad fin. The venerable Councils of the Reformed Churches in France, used a Seal with this Device, A Bramble-Bush in a flaming Fire, the sacred Name Jehovah engraven in it's Center, and this Motto, Comburo non consumor, in it's Circumference, I burn but am not consumed. - Coelum non Animum mutant, qui Papae serviunt. Recommended to the Consideration of Young Persons
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