Gods eye on His Israel, or, A passage of Balaam, out of Numb. 23, 21 containing matter very seasonable and suitable to the times : expounded and cleared from antinomian abuse, with application to the present estate of things with us / by Tho. Gataker ...

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Gods eye on His Israel, or, A passage of Balaam, out of Numb. 23, 21 containing matter very seasonable and suitable to the times : expounded and cleared from antinomian abuse, with application to the present estate of things with us / by Tho. Gataker ...
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Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654.
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London :: Printed by E. G. for Foulke Clifton ...,
1645.
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Balaam -- (Biblical figure)
Antinomianism -- Early works to 1800.
Church and state -- England.
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"Gods eye on His Israel, or, A passage of Balaam, out of Numb. 23, 21 containing matter very seasonable and suitable to the times : expounded and cleared from antinomian abuse, with application to the present estate of things with us / by Tho. Gataker ..." In the digital collection Early English Books Online. https://name.umdl.umich.edu/A70158.0001.001. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed July 22, 2024.

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GODS EYE ON HIS ISRAEL.

OR, A PASSAGE OF BALAAM, out of NUMB. 23.21.

Containing matter very seasonable and suitable to the times; Expounded and cleared from Antinomian abuse; With Application to the present estate of things with us.

By THO. GATAKER, B.D. and Pastor of Rotherhith.

PSALM. 94.

9. He that planteth the ear, shal not he hear? he that formed the ey, shal not he see?

10. He that chastiseth the heathen, shal not he correct? he that teach∣eth man knowledge, should not he know?

11. The Lord knoweth these thoughts of men, that they are vanity.

12. Blessed is the man, whom thou chastenest, O Lord; and teachest him out of thy Law.

LONDON▪ Printed by E.G. for Foulke Clifton, and are to be sold at his shop on new Fishstreet-hill under Margarets-Cuurch. 1643.

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