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The Pulpit Of The Reformation, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4.   By: (1514?-1572)

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The Pulpit of the Reformation;

No. 1, October 30, 1834.

Containing

The Last Judgment,

By John Welch.

The Day Of Judgment,

By Bishop Latimer.

No. 2, December 1, 1834.

Containing

The Parable Of The Householders,

And The

Parable Of The Tares,

By Bishop Latimer.

No. 3, January 1, 1835, and No. 4, February 1, 1835.

Containing

A Sermon Preached Before Queen Mary

By John Knox

To Which Is Subjoined An Extract From Knox's Admonition To The People Of England.

Aberdeen:

Published By

George King, 28, St. Nicholas Street,

And

Robert King, Broad Street, Peterhead

CONTENTS

The Last Judgment. By The Rev. John Welch, A. D. 1570 1622. The Day Of Judgment. Extracted From A Sermon By Hugh Latimer, Bishop Of Worcester, And Martyr, 1555. The Parable Of The Householder. A Sermon, By Bishop Latimer. The Parable Of The Tares, By Bishop Latimer, Preached On The 7th Of February, 1553. A Sermon On Isaiah XXVI. By John Knox. "It Is I, Be Not Afraid." Extracted From Knox's Admonition To England. Footnotes

THE LAST JUDGMENT. BY THE REV. JOHN WELCH, A. D. 1570 1622.

REV. xx. 11. And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat on it, from whose face the earth and heaven fled away.

The security of all flesh is wonderous great, for there is a fearful sleep fallen both upon the good and the evil. The foolish virgins are sound asleep, and the wise are asleep also. And suppose the Lord be at the door, and the hour of judgment at hand, and the seventh angel ready to blow the last trumpet, when time shall be no more; yet it is scarcely one of a thousand, yea, one of ten thousand, is to be found that is prepared, and busying themselves to meet the Lord, who is making speed to come in the clouds: and how soon that fire shall break forth, which shall kindle the heavens above your head, and the earth under your feet, and shall set all on fire; how soon the trumpet shall blow, and the shout shall cry, "Rise, Dead, and come to judgment," is only known to God, and to no mortal man. Will ye not then be wakened till this trumpet waken you? And will none of you take pains to look over the leaves of your conscience, and read what sins are written there, since ye came into the world, before that day of doom come upon you? O that ye knew that eternity, and that terror of the day of the Lord, when the heavens above you, and the earth beneath you, shall not be able to stand before the face of him that sits on the throne! Therefore I hope the Lord has made choice to me of this text, at this time, to give you warning before the judgment come. Ye know the watchman that the Lord takes from among the people, that he sets over the city or house to credit to them, "If ye see the sword and pestilence coming, and warn them not, the blood of them that perish under the judgment for lack of warning, will be required at his hand," that is, the watchman's; therefore it is time for me to be making warning to you, and, in the measure of strength that God will give me, I am to make warning not of a temporal judgment, but of an everlasting judgment that is coming on, (God waken you and warn you in time!) that when ye shall see the Judge sit on his throne, your hearts may not tremble at his awful countenance, having gotten your souls washed in his blood. But, to come to the purpose, there are many visions in this book, and there are many things done here, that the Son shews to his servant John... Continue reading book >>




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