|Author:||Sherwin, William, 1607-1687?|
|Title:||The true news of the good new world shortly to come (Heb. 2. 5.) for all such as then shall be found real saints with the sudden end of all the enjoyments of this present evil world ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The true news of the good new world shortly to come (Heb. 2. 5.) for all such as then shall be found real saints with the sudden end of all the enjoyments of this present evil world ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687?
[London?: s.n., 1675?]
Attributed by Wing to Sherwin.
Imprint suggested by Wing.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Revelation -- Early works to 1800.
great benefits of the right knowledge of our Saviours main scope in the four last Chapters of the Revelation, largely explained in Resur. on Rev. 20.5. and Restit. on Rev. 21.5. are these, &c.
The Scheme of Gods Eternal Great Designe in the World for Christ and his Elect Saints, given to him by the Father upon the Performance of his Great Work of Mediatorship, as is manifest from his Word in these Four Great Things ensuing: which are all by our Saviours Revelation Key Applyed to the Seventh Millennium.
The Composer of the Divine Scheme (explained by that very apt decypher∣ing of Christs most precious Key of the same Divine Grace) earnestly seeking the good and satisfaction of all men, by such now seasonable great and gracious Discoveries thereby evidently manifest, (that all such branches as are not really transplanted into the true Vine, may earnestly and speedily labour to get into that estate; and such as are transplanted already may bring forth their due fruit therein, and that he may the better set home all other Scriptural Considerations, doth now thereunto farther add many Convincing Evidences (than what he set down Assert. 7. of his Key, and in many other parts formerly) of these two things; viz. 1. Of the Personality of Christs appearance and Reign at the beginning of his great day of Judgment. 2. Of the now neer approach thereof; which he purposeth (if God will) to annex as an Appendix thereunto: The Summarie of both here follows.
A brief, but weighty, Appendix to our Scheme, for the farther needful satisfaction of all persons in these two now needful things to be considered.