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The chvrches trovbles and deliverance, or, Certaine sermons tending to shew the reasons why the Lord doth sometimes bring his people into extremities : with the blessed issue and fruits thereof, on Gen. 22, 14 : also divers arguments giving good hope that yet God will be gracious to England, and not deliver us into our enemies hands : also some things briefly on Rev. 11, 7 to 14 Preview this item
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The chvrches trovbles and deliverance, or, Certaine sermons tending to shew the reasons why the Lord doth sometimes bring his people into extremities : with the blessed issue and fruits thereof, on Gen. 22, 14 : also divers arguments giving good hope that yet God will be gracious to England, and not deliver us into our enemies hands : also some things briefly on Rev. 11, 7 to 14

Author: Thomas Mocket
Publisher: London : Printed for Christopher Meredith ..., 1642.
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Genre/Form: History
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Mocket
OCLC Number: 767139600
Notes: Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.
Description: 1 online resource ([4], 84 pages)
Other Titles: Churches troubles and deliverance.
Certaine sermons tending to shew the reasons why the Lord doth sometimes bring his people into extremities.
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