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Author: Fox, George, 1624-1691.
Title: A word from the Lord unto all the faithlesse generation of the vvorld, who know not the truth, but live in their own imaginations; with a true declaration of the true faith, and in what it doth differ from the worlds imagination: written in obedience to the Lord, that al may see what faith is owned by the saints, and what faith is denied. And also a few words unto all professors of the world, who worship not the true God, but their own imaginations and conceivings instead of the true God: also a call from God unto all the the world to repentance, that all may turn unto him, lest the Lord destroy both root and branch of them that repent not. Also a few words unto you that scorne Quaking and trembling, which all the holy men of God witnessed that spake forth the Scripture, and also the holy men of God justified, and all you denied that scorneth such as witness such things now, as ever was in all the generations of the saints. With a word to those that are called Anabaptists, Independants, Presbyterians, Levellers, and Ranters, that they may turne to the Lord, by yielding obedience to the light in their consciences. By those whom the world knowes by the names of George Fox, & James Nailor.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A word from the Lord unto all the faithlesse generation of the vvorld, who know not the truth, but live in their own imaginations; with a true declaration of the true faith, and in what it doth differ from the worlds imagination: written in obedience to the Lord, that al may see what faith is owned by the saints, and what faith is denied. And also a few words unto all professors of the world, who worship not the true God, but their own imaginations and conceivings instead of the true God: also a call from God unto all the the world to repentance, that all may turn unto him, lest the Lord destroy both root and branch of them that repent not. Also a few words unto you that scorne Quaking and trembling, which all the holy men of God witnessed that spake forth the Scripture, and also the holy men of God justified, and all you denied that scorneth such as witness such things now, as ever was in all the generations of the saints. With a word to those that are called Anabaptists, Independants, Presbyterians, Levellers, and Ranters, that they may turne to the Lord, by yielding obedience to the light in their consciences. By those whom the world knowes by the names of George Fox, & James Nailor.
Fox, George, 1624-1691., Naylor, James, 1617?-1666.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1654.
Notes:
Caption title.
Place of publication from Wing.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A40325.0001.001

Contents
title page
To all the faithlesse generation of the world, and to all who desire to know what faith and hope we live in and what faith and hope we deny.
To all the Worlds Professors and People, that you may see where you are and Repent.
A word to those that are called Anabaptists, Independants, Presbyterians, Levellers, and Ranters.
ERRATA.