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The Table.

p. 86.' So far

as

the Popifh Party

were hurt in the

German Wars,

it was the pouring out of the

fottrth Vial;

but fo far as the

Prote{lant

Party fuffered, it was

the

Vintage,

A. p, 87. Sec

ultra

in

Proteftaltts.

Relapfe.

'])avid's

downfal was foul

when he fell from that high Ele–

vation of

[What can

David

Jay

more]

unto

[What cottld

David

do worfe]

to wit, in the matter

ofVriah,

D.

p.

231,232, yet

recovered he agoin his

[Who

am

1

?J

D. p. 2lJ,

2l4·

Chrifi will

reftore all his from

their lapfes

into fin , D. p. H3·

He

will

perfect us in every good work,

'IJ.

p.

354,

355'·

See

Care, Per–

feverance

,

Calling, Preftrve,

Glorijie, Glory,

t:fic.

Rmew.

Renewing Grace is not to

be reckoned by tl1cday on!y,but by

every Momenc,D.p.266.SeeGrace.

Reprobation.

How 'tis taken, D. p.

83, 87.

'Tis,

to be

app~inttd

1mto wr.11h,

D, p. 125. Thts Ne–

gation of

eleCli11g Grace

is call'd

hatred ·,

D. p. 126. which is a

Je([er.low,D.p. 127,f§c,

'Tis not

only an Act of Soveraignty, but

hath in it a

Jut

Ordirwtum,

D.

p. 1

l' ·

Though Sin be not

cau(a

Reprobationu,

yet it is

Reprohi·

litatu,

D.

p.

r

See

Predeflz.

1Wii01l,~C.

Reflittttim,

How there. lhall be a

R.eftiturton ot

all

thtngs

unto

which the

rift•g

of the

Wit11cf{eJ

ihall

be the firll ltep,

A.

p.

'79· Sec

Ki11gdom,Re[urreClio11,WittJe_{/(s.

Refi~rreCliou.

Of

the

Wztneffes;

How the

firfl

is

Metaphorical,

and the

ftcolld Ph;ficat,

A.p.t8o

How the

Forty jive

years

(be·

twixt

'IJanitl's

1290.

and 1B5)

begin with

a

figurative

Refurre–

ction, and end with

o11e Real

and

Infinitely more glorious; A.p.187.

How from

Juliar/s

Time, accord–

ing to

'lJaniet's

reckoning.

This

Period falls out about i69o..or t7oo

A, p. 184. How the Conjectures

nbout 1656. and t666. may be re–

conciled to a due Conliftency, A.

p. 185.

How

Attaining

to

tht

Re(urre[/ion of the 'lJead,

IS

both

ftnu

opeo·u,

(!)

operamu,

D.

p.

l'

c

How

Chnfl

is called the Fir(\-born

from the Dead,B. P·'74· See

11lef–

f.d, Witneffis.

Re'fJdation.

How that

Book

is the

purchafe of Chri!t, fo to be high–

ly prized, A. p.

'4·

That Book

is

a

Tragi·com.cal Vifion of all oc•

currencies from thence to the end

of the World, having its Stage

and Prologue, A, p. 26. Its Stage

is only the

Roman Empire,

where–

in the

Church

is feated, and where–

by

foe

is oppreiTed,

A,

p. 23, The

ACls

on the

Stage

be

three,

(1)

The Removing ofthe Roman Em–

pire,

Chap.

6,

7,

8,

9•

( 2) The

D'ifcovery and Ruin of the

Man

of Sin, Chap.

'3·

14,14,

15,16,

17, 18

W'9·

(

~)

The Coming

and Kingdom of Chrilt,

Chap. to,

21.

A.

P•

24. A profped: of the

Scope of

Chap.

4•

5,

6, 12. and of

8,

13.

'7•

14 to

'9· A. p.

26,

'1.7,

2B.

Ho;v this

Book

agrees

with

'IJanief's

Prophecy, A.p.1o5.

See

tlltrd

in

Beafl, Empire,

1-

m.tgr, Mark, Prophecy, Rome, Vi·

/ions.

Rightrotl(nrjf.

See

Preach.

How

the

Rightroufnefs

of the

Law

is

but a rigid Repentance, D. p.

72.

Robes:

What do the

whitr Robes

fignifie, A. p. l9·

Rome.

The

Roman Empire

is ihe

Scene or Stage whereon all

the

Revflation Prophecies

are ·acted,

A. p. 2j, 27. How that Empire

was dividcd into

E.l{ltrn

and·Wt"

flern.

How the

Ea(/ern

is fwal–

lowcd up by the

'furk,

ond the

Wejlern

by the

Pope:

both thefd

keep

Chrifl

from his Kingdom,

A.

p.

27.

tlow as the

Seals

have

ruined

Heatbenifm;

and the

i'rum–

p<ts

the Civil Power of the

Em•

pire,

fo furely

ihall the Vials

deftroy both

Alltichriflianifm

and

Mahomttifm,

A.p.27,f§c. Why

Rome

is called

Sodom

and

Egj•pt

,

A.

p.

95·

How

Rome

!hall have

do,.bJt plaguts

for ·hcr

dou6h

fins.

as in her

Temporal

and Spiritual

Ufurpations,

A.

p. 95,

f§c.

Whed

Romr

hath reeovcred the outward

Court of the Reformed Churches,

and fings her Sifter

Bahel's

Song,

as

if lhe lhould

(u

110

Sorrow,

then come her Plagues upon her,

A. p. 126.

The

Tm 1Ci11gr

give

TIt

t Wicf