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MHE Mighty W 7ohn V. 28, 29. The Hour is
Lord hath spo- in the Graves shall hear his voice,
" have done Good, unto the Resurled the Earth, re&tion of LIFE ; and they that from the rising of the Sun, have donc Evil, unto the Resurrec. unto the going down there- tion of DAMNATION.
(6) Rev. XIX.11. I saw Heaven of.
opened, and behold, a white Horse, Out of (b) Sion, the Per- and he that sat upon him was called fection of BEAUTY, God FAITHFUL and True, and in
Righteousness he doch judge and hath shined.
make War. Dan. v11.9, 10. I.beOur God shall come, and held till the Thrones were cast Shall not keep filence; a down, and the Ancient of Days did
fit, whose Garment was white as Snow, and the Hair of his Head like the pure Wool; his Throne was like the fiery Flanie, and his Wheels as burning Fire; a fiery Stream issued and came forth from before him ; thousand thousands ministred unto him, and ten thousand times ten thousand stood before him ; the JungMENT was set, and the Books were opened.
• Psalm L. 1, to 6.
to the UDGE my Saofe that
(c) FIRE shall devour before (c) Rev. XIX. 12. His Eyes were
as a Flame of FIRE. 2 Thes. 1.7,8. him, and it shall be very The Lord Jefu shall be revealed TEMPESTUOUS round about from Heaven, --in faming FIRE; him.
taking Vengeance of them that vull the know not God, and that obey not
the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Chrift. HEAVENS from above, and
2 Pet. 111. 10, 11, 12. The Day of to the (e) EARTH, that he the Lord will come as a Thief in may judge his people. the Night; in the which the Hea
vens shall pass away with a great (f) Gather my Saints to. Noise, and the Elements shall mele gether unto me, those that with fervent Heat ; the Earth also, have made a (8) COVENANT deoloCOVENAN and the Works that are therein,
Shall be burnt up. Seeing then that with me by Sacrifice.
all chefe things shall be diffolved, And the Heavens Shall de- what manner of Persons ought ye clare his RIGHTEOUSNESS, to be in all holy Conversation and for God is JUDGE himself.
? Godliness; looking for, and hasten.
ing unto the coming of the Day of Then"the Earth (b) SHOOK God, wherein the Heavens being on
Fire, shall be dissolved, and the Elements shall melt with fervent Heat ?
(d) Matt. xxv. 31. The Son of Man fhall come in his GLORY, and all the holy Angels with him.
(e) Matt.xxv. 32. Before him fhall be gathered all Nations. Rev. xx. 12. 'I saw the DEAD, small and great, stand before God.
(f) Matt. xxiv. 31. He shall send his Angels, with a great Sound of a Trumpet, and they shall gather together his Elect from the four Winds, bouc.
65) Heb. 1x. 15. He is the Mediator of the New Testament (or Covenant) that by means of Death, for the Redemption of the Transgressions that were under the first Testament, (or Covenant) thcy which are called might receive the PROMISE of eternal Inheritance. . b) Habbak 11. 4, 5,6. God came from Teman, and the Holy One from Mount Paran; his GLORY covered the Heavens, and the Earth was full of his Praise, and his Brightness was as the Light ; he had Horns coming out of his Hand, and there was the hiding of his Power : Beforc him went the Pestilence, and burning Coals went forth at his Feer. He ftuod and measured the Earth; he beheld, and drove asunder the Nations, and the everlasting Mountains were scattered, the perpetual Hills did bow ; his Ways are everlasting. ver. 10, Quc. The Mountains faw thee, and they trembled; the Overflowing of the Water passed by, the Deep uttered his Voice, and lift up his Hands on high: The Sun and Moon stood still in their Habitation. At the Light of thine Arrows they went, and at the shining of thy glittering Spear. Thou didst march through the Land in Indignation, thou didit thresh the Heathen in Anger. Thou wenrest forth for the SalvatION of thy People, even for Salvation with thine Anoinçcd; thou wounded/t the Head out of the House of the Wicked, by discovering the Foundation unto the Neck. When I heard, my Belly trembled, my Lips quivered at the Voice; Rottenness entred into my Bones, and I trembled in my felf, that I might rest in the Day of Trouble. Rev. VI. 12,14,15,16. There was a great EARTHQUAKE, and every Mountain and Inand were moved out of their Places : And the Kings of the Earth, Cuc. said to the Mountains and Rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the Face of him that sittech on the Throne, and from the Wrath of the Lamb.
b Pralm xyin. 8, to 15.
and TREMBLED, the Foundations also of the Hills move ED, and were shaken becaufe he was wroth. · There went up a Smoke un Smoke () 2 Thef. 11. 8. Whom the
Lord shall CONSUME with the Spi. out of his Nostrils, and Fire rit of his Mouth, and shall deout of his (i) Mouth DE- STROY with the Brightness of his VOURED, Coals were kind- coming.
(k) i Thell. iv. 16. For the Lord led by it.
himself shall descend from Heaven, He bowed the 'Heavens with a Shout, with the Voice of the and (k) CAME DOWN, and A
Down and Archangel, and with the Trump of
God, and the dead in Chrisi Thall Darkness was under his Feet, rise first, then we which are alive
And be rode upon a Che- and remain, thall be caught up torub and did fly, yea, he did gether with them in the Clouds to
meet the Lord in the Air, and so fly upon the Wings of the shall we ever be with the Lord. Wind.
(1) Matt. XXVI. 64. Hereafter He made Darkness his fe- shall ye see the Son of Man fitting cret Place ;
on the right Hand of Power, and bis Pavilion coming in the Clouds of Heaven, round about him were dark Matt. XXIV. 29, 30. Immediately Wine and thick ay after the Tribulation of those Days,
shall the Sun be darkned, and the Clouds of the Skies.
Moon shall not give her Light, and At the Brightness that was the Stars shall fall from Heaven, before him, his thick Clouds and the Powers of the Heavens shall
be shaken, and then shall appear passed, Hailstones, and Coals
the Sign of the Son of Man in Heaof Fire.
ven; and then shall all the Tribes The Lord allo (m) THUN- of the Earth mourn, and they shall DERED in the Heavens, and te in the Honvone and see the Son of Man coming in the
" CLOUDS of Heaven, with Power the Highest gave his Voice, and great Glory. Hailstones and Coals of Fire. (m) Rev. iv.š. Out of the Throac Yea, he fent out his Arrows proceeded LIGHTNINGS, and
THUNDERINGS, and VOICES; and scattered them, he Shot Chap. XVI. 18, 21. There were out Lightnings and discom- Voices, and "THUNDERS, and fited them.
LIGHTNINGS. And there fell up
on Men a great Hail out of Heaven. Then the Chanels of Wa- (n) Rev. xvi. 18,20. There was ters were seen, and the (n) a great EARTHQUAKE, such as was FOUNDATIONS of the round not fince Men were upon the Earth,
fo mighty an Earthquake and so World were discovered, at great ; and every Island fled away, thy Rebuke, O Lord, at the and the Mountains were not found. Blast of the Breath of thy Noftrils.
Fear before him, all the Earth; say among the Hea.
then, that the Lord
(0) Rev. X1.15. The KINGDOMS REIGNETH.
of this World, are become the KING'
DOMS of our Lord, and of his He shall (0) JUDGE the Christ; and he shall reign for ever People righteously
and ever. Let the Heavens a Re- * (P) Rev. XX. 11,12, cc. And I TOICE, and let the Earth be that fat on it, from whole Face the
faw a great white Throne, and him glad ; let the Sea () ROAR, Earth and the Heaven fled away, and the fulness thereof. and there was found no place for Let the Field be joyful' them. And I saw the Dead small
lela be joyrul and great stand before Gud, and the and all that is therein ; then Books were opened, and another Shail all the Trees of the Book was opened, which is the Wood rejoice
" before the
Book of Lifc; and the Dead were
JUDGED out of those things which Lord..
were written in the Books, accordFor he COMETH to JUDGE ing to their Works: And the Sea the Earth be ball the Earth, he shall JUDGE Same
and gave up the Dead which were in it,
and Death and Hell delivered up the the World with (s) Rigi- Dead which were in them, and TEOUSNESS, and the People they were JUDGED every Man acwith bis TRUTH.
cording to their Works; and Death
and Hell were cast into the Lake of Unto d the Wicked, God fir
... the Wicked, God Fire ; this is the second Death: And faith, What hast thou to do whosoever was not found written () to DECLARE my Sta- in the Book of Life, was cast into
the Lake of Fire. 2 Cor. y.10. We rutes, must all appear before the JUDG
MENT Seat of Christ, that every one may receive the things done in his Body, according to that which he hath done, whether it be good or bad. Acts xvu. 3i. He hath appoint. ed a Day, in the which he will JUDGE the World in Righteousness, by that Man whom he hath ordained; whereof he hath given Assurance unto all Men, in that he hath raised him from the dead. Ecclef. xll. 14. For God shall bring every Work into JUDGMENT, with every secret thing, whether it be Good, or whether it be Evil.
(9) Rev. XVIII, 20. REJOICE over her, thou Heaven, and ye holy Apostles and Prophets, for God hath avenged you on her. Chap. xix. ji I heard a great Voice of much People in Heaven, saying, Allelujah; SALVATION, and GLORY, and HONOUR, and POWER unto the Lord our God.
(r) Rev XIX. 6,7. I heard as it were the Voice of many Waters, faying, Allelujah; for the Lord Ged omnipotent reigneth: Let us be glad, and rejoice, and give Honour to him.
(s) Rev. XIX. 2. For TRUE and RIGHTEOUS are his JUDGMENTS.
() Matt. xxy, 31, 32, Co. When the Son of Man shall come in his Glory, and all the holy Angels with him, then shall he fic upon the Throne of his Glory." And before him thall be garhered all Nations: And he shall separate them one from another, as a Shepherd divideth his Sheep from his Goats. And he thall set the Sheep on his right Hand, but the Goats on the left. Then Thall the King lay unto them on his right Hand ; Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the Kingdom prepared for you from the Foundation of the World; for I was an hungred, and ye gave me Meat ; I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink;
naked, • Pfalmir. 16, to 23.
tutes, or that thou shouldft naked, and ye cloathed me; I was take my Covenant in thy lick, and ye visited me; I was in
Prison, and ye came unto me : InMouth ?
asmuch as ye have done it unto one Seeing thou (u) HATEST of the least of these my Brethren,
d cafoft ye have done it unto me. Then
shall he say unto them on the left my Words behind thee.
Hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, When thou sawest a Thief, into everlasting Fire, prepared for thou consentedit with him,
the Devil and his Angels; for I wag
an hungred, and ye gave me no and haft been Partaker with
er with Meat; I was thirsty, and ye gave Adulterers.
me no drink; I was a Stranger, and Thou givest thy Mouth to ye took me not in ; naked, and ye
cloathed me not; sick, and in PriEvil, and my Tongue tramo fon, and ye visited me not : For Evil, and thy Tongue fram- for eth Deceit.
inasmuch as ye did it not to one of Thou fittest and speakest the least of these, ye did it not to against thy Brother, thou
me : And these fall go into ever
lasting PUNISHMENT,but the RighNanderest thine own Mother's teous into Life eternal. Matt. Son.
VII. 22. Many will say unto me in These things haft thou tha
that Day, Lord, Lord, have we not
prophesied in thy Name? And then done, and I kept (a) Si
will I profess unto them, I never LENCE ; thou thoughtest that knew you ; Depart from me, ye I was altogether such a one that work INIQUITY. as thy felt, but I will reprove doth Evil, hateth the Light.
(u) John 111. 20. Every one that thee, and set them in order (x) 2 Pet. III. 9.' The Lord is before thine (9) EYES. LONG-SUFFERING to us-ward, not
willing that any should PERISH; Now confider this, ye that but that all should come to REPENforget God, left I tear you in tance. pieces and there be nóne to (W) 1 Cor.' III. 13. Every Man's
Work shall be made MANIFEST,
for the Day shall declare it. Whoso (2) offereth Praise, (z) Heboxu, 15. By him thereGLORIFIETH me: and to fore lettis offer the Sacrifice of him that ordereth his Con- the Fruit of our Lips, giving
Praise to God continually, that is, versation aright, will I fhew THANKS to his Name. the SALVATION of God.