The invisible things of God

Publication Date1659
Remainderbrought to light by the revelation of the eternal spirit who was an ey-witness of the wonders of the Lord in the beginning. Wherein is declared the felicity of all things in the beginning; and the sad estate of all things after the transgression. How all the reformed churches, so called, in Christendom are yet in the apostacy. The estate of the true church before the apostacy, and her state in the apostacy; and the glory that shall appear after the apostacy. By one, who believes, God will shine out of Sion in perfect beauty, again, after the dark night of apostacy, called Francis Howgill
Extent[16], 224 p
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate


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