Judgment Day Anecdotes : The visions of Dom Francisco de Quevedo Villegas, Knight of the order of St. James / made English by R.L.; Quevedo, Francisco de,
Judgment Day Biblical Teaching : A call to Christendom : in an earnest expostulation with her to prepare for the great and notable day of the Lord that is at the door / by William Penn.; Penn, William,
Judgment Day Biblical Teaching Early Works To 1800 : Apocalyptical mysteries, touching the two witnesses, the seven vials, and the two kingdoms, to wit, of Christ, and of Antichrist, expounded. : Wherein is contained some things necessary for the saints in this present generation to know ... / By H.K. a servant of Jesus Christ.; Knollys, Hanserd,
Judgment Day Phrophecies Early Works To 1800 : A treatise of the new heavens and new earth. Proved to be perpetual and eternal, in that visible state of both, in the restitution, after the destruction of the world by fire. Whereunto is added, a true state of the thousand years-time; proving it to be before the second coming of Christ. As also, the succinct order of things from Christs first appearing in the clouds, unto the eternal state, after the day of judgment. By T.M. a lover of truth.
Judgment Day Prophecies Early Works To 1800 : Doomes-day: or, The great day of the Lords iudgement, proved by Scripture; : and two other prophecies, the one pointing at the yeare 1640. the other at this present yeare 1647. to be even now neer at hand. With the gathering together of the Jews in great bodies under Josias Catzius (in Illyria, Bithinia, and Cappadocia) for the conquering of the Holy Land.
Judgment Day Sermons 17th Century : The great assize, or, Day of Jubilee, : in which we must make a generall accompt of all our actions before almighty God. Delivered in four sermons upon the 20 chap. of the Revel. plainly shewing the happy estate of the godly, and the woful condition of the wicked. / By the author Samuel Smith, minister of the word and yet living.; Smith, Samuel,
Judgment Of God Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A looking-glasse, for murtherers and blasphemers : wherein they [see] Gods iudgement showne vpon a keeper neere Enfield C[hase] desperately shot at a man that intended to haue stolne deere, ... was done on Monday night, the xii. day of Iune, being the same day [the] tempest was in London. The the tune of Iasper Cunningha[m.]
Judgment Of God Sermons Early Works To 1800 : The vvorlds assises. Or A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the tenth day of Iuly 1614. being the Sunday before the end of Trinity terme. By Nathanael Kitchener, student in diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word at Grauenhurst in Bedfordshire; Kitchener, Nathanael,
Judgment Political Aspects : Do facts matter? : information and misinformation in American politics / Jennifer L. Hochschild and Katherine Levine Einstein.; Hochschild, Jennifer L.,
Judgment Relgious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : A golden chain of four links to draw poor souls to their desired habitation or, The four last things briefly discoursed of, : viz. Death, which is most certain, judgment, which is most strict, hell, which is most dismal; heaven, which is most delightfull. To which is added wholsome instructions both to young and old, in order to prepare themselves for their latter end, and avoid all sinful allurements, which usually obstructs that great and necessary work of salvation. With some necessary directions to die well, in order to avoid hell, and obtain heaven. / By Mr. J. Stevens.; Stevens, Joseph,
Judgment Sermons : Mercy & judgment : a sermon, preached at the assises held at Lincolne, July 15. 1678 / by Humfrey Babington ...; Babington, Humfrey,
Judgment Sermons Early Works To 1800 : The vvorlds assises. Or A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the tenth day of Iuly 1614. being the Sunday before the end of Trinity terme. By Nathanael Kitchener, student in diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word at Grauenhurst in Bedfordshire; Kitchener, Nathanael,
Judgments England Early Works To 1800 : Murther will out: or, an unrighteous discharge, no security to the murtherer : Demonstrating, that notwithstanding those great endeavours, which Sir Harbotle Grimstone, (with the rest of his brethren) used in the second tryal of Mr. Crosby, to secure him from the stroke of justice: and to repair the ruines of their own decayed reputations; yet these two grand designs have altogether failed under their hands; and their projects in this respect have sustained a great frustration and disappointment. Presented to the serious consideration of the said Sir Harbotle, and the rest of the justices who sat with him at the said tryal, Octob. 10. 1662.