|Title:||The near approach of Christ's kingdom, clearly proved by Scripture with a certain account of the signs of the present times relating thereto ...|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The near approach of Christ's kingdom, clearly proved by Scripture with a certain account of the signs of the present times relating thereto ...
London: Printed for M.M., and are to be sold by Tho. Fabian ..., 1696.
"To the reader" signed: M.M.
Attributed to M. Marsin. Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Appears also in: The first book. 1698.
Errata: p. .
Advertisement: p. .
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Jesus Christ -- Kingdom.
TO THE KING, AND Parliament.
TO THE READER.
A certain Account of the Signs of the Last Times. The Coming of the Lord. The Destruction of Babylon: With the Christians that remain in their Wick∣edness. Also the Calling in of the Jews. And the Restoration of all things.
Chap. I. A necessity of being ready prepared for the Lord's Coming; lest that Day should come upon us un∣awares, which is very near at hand.
Chap. II. The Restoration of Israel.
Chap. III. The Coming of the Lord.
Chap. IV. Be ready for the Coming of the Lord.
Chap. V. The Signs of the Times.
Chap. VI. Whirlwinds from the Lord.
CHAP. VII. Signs in England.
Chap. VIII. Where the Armies are to be gathered together, after the Lord comes.
CHAP. IX. The Everlasting Covenant and Crown of Life.
Chap. X. The Meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles being again kept.
Chap. XI. Where the Great Glory of the Lord will be, when he comes to deliver his people.
Chap. XII. The Fruitless Fig-Tree.
Chap. XIII. Concerning the Remnant and first Churches; and also the World.
Chap. XIV. What the Sign is when God for Sin intends to leave a Nation, People, or Person. And the Kingdom of God in this time, and the Kingdom of God in time to come, explained.
Chap. XV. The Elect Church discovered. And why God suffered the Beast to arise to deceive the Nations. Also a twofold being in the Book of Life.
CHAP. XVI. The difference between the State of the Elect in this time, and of that which is to come.