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Author: Homes, Nathanael, 1599-1678.
Title: Plain dealing: or the cause and cure of the present evils of the times. Wherein you have set forth, 1 The dreadful decension of the Devill. 2 His direfull wrath. 3 The woeful woe to the wicked world. 4 The mystery of all. 5 The history and computation of times devolving all upon this age, and downward. 6 The art of resisting temptations, in this house of temptation. In a sermon before John Kendrick Lord Mayor of London, upon the Lords day after the great eclipse (as the astrologers would have had it.) Upon occasion whereof, something was spoken touching astrology: By Dr. Nath. Homes.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Plain dealing: or the cause and cure of the present evils of the times. Wherein you have set forth, 1 The dreadful decension of the Devill. 2 His direfull wrath. 3 The woeful woe to the wicked world. 4 The mystery of all. 5 The history and computation of times devolving all upon this age, and downward. 6 The art of resisting temptations, in this house of temptation. In a sermon before John Kendrick Lord Mayor of London, upon the Lords day after the great eclipse (as the astrologers would have had it.) Upon occasion whereof, something was spoken touching astrology: By Dr. Nath. Homes.
Homes, Nathanael, 1599-1678.

London: Printed for R.I. and are to be sold by Anthony Williamson at the Queens Arms in Pauls-Church-yard, near the West-end, 1652.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
Great Britain -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86503.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honourable JOHN KENDRICK, Lord Mayor of London, and the Right Worshipful the Aldermen, Recor∣der, and Sheriffes thereof.
THE Cause and Cure of the present Evils of the Times.
CHAP. I. The Devill is come downe on earth in great wrath. A woe upon it. What that woe. To whom that woe. And why now.
CHAP. II. The mystery of Satans wrathful passion now against the world; and of Gods just permission of him and it.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV. Men must not be mistaken, as if there were no such thing, as the Devils coming now downe upon the earth, by speciall permission.
CHAP. V. The EFFICACIES (as they are called in the Greek 2 Thess. 2.) of Satans COMING DOWNE,) WOE, and WRATH, gathe∣red from the System of the Chap∣ter, viz. Rev. 12. V. 12. To down with Christian MAGISTRACY, and to dim Gospel MINISTRY.
CHAP. VI. The Efficacies of Satans coming downe upon the earth, discovered from the Synchronising of things in times, viz. Invincible obstinacy, and lying hypocrisie.
CHAP. VII. Men truly godly are not to be dis∣mayed at these times. They must sigh to God in prayer, but not sinke in their faith and hope.
CHAP. VIII. Of s devices, and our giving dvantages.
CHAP. IX. The Art of shunning Tempta∣tions.