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Author: Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655.
Title: Generation-work, or, A brief and seasonable word offered to the view and consideration of the saints and people of God in this generation, relating to the work of the present age, or generation we live in wherein is shewed, I. What generation-work is, and how it differs from other works, II. That saints in the several generations they have lived in, have had the proper and peculiar works of their generations, III. That it is a thing of very great concernment for a saint to attend to and be industrious in, the work of his generation, IV. Wherein doth the work of the present generation lye, V. How each one in particular may find out that part or parcel of it, that is properly his work in his generation, VI. How generation-work may be so carried on, as that God may be served in the generation / by John Tillinghast ...
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Generation-work, or, A brief and seasonable word offered to the view and consideration of the saints and people of God in this generation, relating to the work of the present age, or generation we live in wherein is shewed, I. What generation-work is, and how it differs from other works, II. That saints in the several generations they have lived in, have had the proper and peculiar works of their generations, III. That it is a thing of very great concernment for a saint to attend to and be industrious in, the work of his generation, IV. Wherein doth the work of the present generation lye, V. How each one in particular may find out that part or parcel of it, that is properly his work in his generation, VI. How generation-work may be so carried on, as that God may be served in the generation / by John Tillinghast ...
Tillinghast, John, 1604-1655.

London: Printed by R. Ibbitson for Livewell Chapman ..., 1655.
Notes:
In 3 parts. Each part has special t.p. with varying alternate title, and each is assigned a separate Wing number.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Christian ethics.
Prophets.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A71105.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Supream Authority the Parlament of the Commonwealth of England.
To the Saints and people of God in England (Children of the same Fa∣ther, Members of the same Body, partakers of the same Spirit, having the same hope) Grace and Peace be multiplied.
A brief and Seasonable Word, humbly offered to the View and Consideration of the Saints and People of God in this Generation.
title page
The Epistle Dedicatory.
The Epistle to the Reader.
GENERATION-VVORK; The Second Part.
VIAL I.
1. The SUBJECT of it,
2. The EFFECT.
VIAL II.
1 The SƲBJECT,
2 The EFFECTS.
1 EFFECT.
2 EFFECT.
VIAL III.
1 The SUBJECT
2 The EFFECT.
3 An ADJUNCT.
1 By the Angel of the Waters.
2 By another out of the Altar.
Two things from what I have said, are worthy observation.
2 The persons bearing this testimony are;
VIAL IV.
1 The Subject of it.
2 The ADJUNCT. A power given to the Angel to scorch with fire.
The EFFECTS.
1. EFFECT.
2 EFFECT.
VIAL. V.
1 The Subject of it.
The City Rome.
2. The EFFECTS.
1 EFFECT.
2 EFFECT.
3 EFFECT.
VIAL VI.
1 The SUBJECT of it,
2 EFFECT.
3 The moving Cause.
4 The Angel of this Vial,
The Interval of time betwixt the pouring out of the Sixth and Seventh VIALS.
By Dragon,
2 The Personal coming and appearing of the Lord Jesus Christ.
3 Christs Watchword to his people, to be in a readiness to meet him.
4 Christs wonderful providential disposing hand in causing his Enemies to randezvouze in the place of their own destruction.
VIAL VII.
1 The Angel pouring it out.
2 The Subject of it,
3 The Adjunct,
4 The Effects.
1 Effect.
2 Effect.
Ruin.
2 The Inevitableness of this Ruine.
3 The Greatness of it.
3 Effect.
The Reason of the Order observed in pouring forth the VIALS.
A Table of the chief things contained in this TREATISE.
The Table of the Second Part.
THE CONTENTS OF The Third Part.
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To his Highness the Lord Pro∣tector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
To the several Churches of Christ within this Commonwealth; Together with all those that have fellowship with the Father, and his Son Jesus Christ;
Generation-Work. The Third and last part.
THE PREFACE.
CHAP. I. Wherein is set forth the state or condition of the Two Witnesses within their Prophecying time, and the time of their being killed, and that from Rev. 11. ver. 3. to 13.
SECT. 1.
SECT. II.
SECT. III.
SECT. IV.
SECT. V.
SECT. VI.
SECT. VII.
SECT. VIII.
SECT. IX.
SECT. X.
CHAP. II. Setting forth yet further the state of the Two Witnes∣ses, within their Prophecying time, and the time of their being Killed, from Rev. 12.
SECT. I.
SECT. II.
SECT III.
SECT. IV.
SECT. V.
SECT. VI.
SECT. VII.
CHAP. III. Wherein is shewed the state of the Witnesses about, and in the time of their rise, from Rev. 14. opened.
SECT. I.
SECT II.
SECT. III.
SECT. IV.
SECT. V.
SECT. VI.
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The Epistle to the Reader.
A Key to the Mystical Numbers of Daniel, and the Revelations: Or. certain Theses, tending to re∣solve the great Question of the present time, How long shall it be unto the end of Wonders? Added as a Motive to the several parts of Generation-Work.
part
THESIS I.
THESIS II.
THESIS III.
THESIS IV.
THESIS V.
THESIS VI.
THESIS VII.
THESIS VIII.
THESIS IX.
THESIS X.
THESIS XI.
THESIS XII.
THESIS XIII.
THESIS XIV.
THESIS XV.
Numbers of the first Rank.
THESIS XVI.
THESIS XVII.
THESIS XVIII.
THESIS XIX.
THESIS XX.
THESIS XXI.
THESIS XXII.
THESIS XXIII.
THESIS XXIV.
THESIS XXV.
THESIS XXVI.
THESIS XXVII.
THESIS XXVIII.
THESIS XXIX.
THESIS XXX.
THESIS XXXI.
THESIS XXXII.
Numbers of the Second Rank.
THESIS XXXIII.
THESIS XXXIV.
THESIS XXXV.
THESIS XXXVI.
THESIS XXXVII.
THESIS XXXVIII.
THESIS XXXIX.
THESIS XL.
THESIS XLI.
THESIS XLII.
THESIS XLIII.
THESIS XLIV.
THESIS XLV.
THESIS XLVI.
THESIS XLVII.
THESIS XLVIII.
THESIS XLIX.
THESIS L.
THESIS LI.
THESIS LII.
THESIS LIII.
THESIS LIV.
THESIS LV.
THESIS LVI.
THESIS LVII.
THESIS LVIII.
THESIS LIX.
THESIS LX.
THESIS LXI.
THESIS LXII.
THESIS LXIII.
THESIS LXIV.
A Concluding Word.