|Author:||Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689.|
|Title:||A call out of Egypt,: (where death and darkness is) into the glorious light and liberty of the sons of God, (where life and peace is.) The Lord fulfilling his promises declared by his holy prophets and Apostles, in these later dayes.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A call out of Egypt,: (where death and darkness is) into the glorious light and liberty of the sons of God, (where life and peace is.) The Lord fulfilling his promises declared by his holy prophets and Apostles, in these later dayes.
Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689.
London: Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black Spread Eagle neer the west end of Pauls, 1656.
A CALL OUT OF EGYPT, Where Death and darkness is, into the glorious Light and Liberty of the Sons of God where life and peace is, &c.
The Minister of Christ, his plea for PURITY against the Ministers of Antichrist, and all their Train who plead for sin.
A Paper, shewing who they are that are blessed, and who they are that are cursed.
To all the Beloved Ones, who are of the Royal Seed, whose faces be turned tovvards Sion. Greeting,
The Night is far spent, and the Day is at hand, awake, arise from the dead, that Christ may give you Light: Cease from all the blinde Guides, they deceive you; try them, and by their fruits ye shall know them.
The Day of the Lord is coming upon all the ungodly, which shall burn and con∣sume the wicked as Fire consumes the Stubble.
The wages of Sin is death, but the gift of God is life and peace.
Come out of Babylon, partake not of her sins, lest ye partake of her plagues, and wait upon the Lord, that you may eat of the Bread of Life, which satisfies the Soul.