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Aflerted, proved, and explained, in its two-fold Branches ;
Firft Spiritual, Secondly Personal:
Teftament. (r an Explanation of a multitude of
By JOSEPH PER R Y, an unworthy Servant
in the Work of the Gospel.
Dan. vii. 27. And the Kingdom and the Dominion, and the
Greatness of the Kingdom under the whole Heaven, shall be given to the People of the Saints of the Most High, whose Kingdom is an everlasting Kingdom, and all Dominion shall serve and obey bim.
Y Reason of my being often absent, and not'that Care
taken as there ought to have been at the Press, these following Faults have escaped; besides the Misplacing of some Points, which the patiert Reader is desired to cover with the Mantle of Chriftian Love, the other to correct as followeth:
Page 84. 1. 1. for Rev:2. read Rev. 11. P. 87. 1. 11. for him T. tbem. P.94. 1. 27. for clearing r. cleaning. P. 108. 1. 21. for Ephesians r. Epifle. P.135.1.6. for brood r. proud. P.135.1.14. fór Seventhly r. Sixthly. P. 135. 1. 22. for finishing r. jmiting. P. 139. 1. 29. for Face. r. View, not only in this but several other Pages upon the like Occasion. P. 156. 1. 27. for Pro. perty r. Propriety. P. 165. 1. 10. for Souls r. Sons, P. 218. 1.9. for Sixthly r. Fifthly. P. 221,1. 4. for Chrift'r. after Christ's Coming. P. 229. 1. 23. for Earnest r. Harvest. P. 308. I. 9. for Child r. Child of God. P. 303. 1. 7. for concelled r. coucheb. P. 313. 1. 27. for secret r.sacred. P. 335. 1. 24. for colud r. could. P. 372. 1. 22. for be prevented r. we shall not prevent them. · P. 402. 1. 6. for happier r. happy. P-422. 1. 9. for detain r. deceive. P. 495. 1. 17. for paeacked r. preached. P. 501. l. 30. for knewn r. known. P. 546.1. 21. for first r. fifth.
T is recorded in Honour to the Noble Berears,
more than those of Thesalonia, in that they received the Word of God with all Readiness of Mind, and searched the Scriptures daily, whether those Things were so. Certainly this Honour be: cometh all the Saints, whose Duty it is to read and search the Scriptures, and not with Indifferency pass by any Part of God's Word, especially (next to our Salvation, that great Doctrine of the Coming and Kingdom of Christ. Doth our Lord say, in Rev. i. 3. (for the Encouragement of his People) Blefed is be that riadeth, and they that bear the Words of this Prophecy, and keep those Things which are written therein; for the Time is at hand? Then surely it evidently appears to be both the Duty and Privilege of the Children of God to hear,