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The Table.

it

,

and forelays

ilfues to make

all

fure, D. p. 368,

Suit.

.

The

Srm

in the

Pope's

Fir•

1t

mament

is

the

Hott{e of Au–

flria,

which is rather meant the

Emperott>'

,

than

the

King

of

Spai~t ,

A,

p. ·gg,

Ioo.

T he

De–

crctals Book calls

their

Pope,

their

Sun,

and the

Emperor.r

but

the

Moon;

yet now the

Pope

is

become

the

Moon

,

borrowing

light from

Spai11, f§c.

A.

p.

1

oo.

f§c.

See

Antit"hrifl

,

Popery,

Empire.

S~nchrouifm.

How

all the Vifions

fcattered in the

Revtlation

have

their due Synchronifm?

A,

p.

79•

8o,

8r,

82.

T

f§c.

Of

Solomon's Temple,

D.p.IJj,

116,

"7·

7emptatio1J.

It is twofold,

Inward

and

Outward,

D.

p.

2)4-

How

the

Sun-rife

ol

Temptation

cauf–

eth

a

withering

upon the un[ound;

D.

p.

2j8.

Thtt~zder.

What

is

meant ·by the

Thzmdriltgs

and

Lightmngs,

A.

P•4•

Time,

The

End of Time,

How it

bath the quickeft Motions,

A.

p.

I

go. How

we, in our prefent

Time, are within the wtml of

Chrifl's

Kingdom,

A.

p. I

go,

' 9

r:

Tralljubj/alltiatioll.

How the Do.

ctrine of it is

ridictt!ullll,

c.

p.

2 .

Trrwel.

How the Church

-frrzvtl'd

undt r

Ten

fore Throws

pf

Perfe–

cution to br:ng forth the Man–

child (

Co/Jf1,mtille )

in eameft

Prayer,

f.!ic.

A.

p. 62.

Trumpet.

The

Jevm Trumpets

;

How they fpoi1d the

R omrm

Em–

pirr.

The

four fir{/

fpoild the

Weflem,

and the

t bree

!rift

the

E ajlem

part thereof,

A.

p. 27.

The

Tmmpets

ruin the

Empz:re

after

it

came otf from

Heathflt·

ifm

to profefs

Chnf1ianit~,

foe

/hedding

the

6/ood

of the.

S,tillts,

A.

p.

jO, and at the

Prayers

of

the

Souls wzder the Altar,

A. P•

I)O, I)1. How the

Wo.Trmnptts

be five times longer than the

for–

mer

four,

A.

p.

56.

See

Seals,

Tttrk.

Turk.

Of

him,

A.

p. 27. The

Tur–

kijb Empire

and Tyranny

flJJJl

continue till the

New ]trufalem,

A.

58.

The

/ixth Via!

is po".

relll out upon the

Turk,

A.

p.

95·

The

Tt1rk

!hall be deftroyed after

A11tichri[is

Deftrudion ·, A. P•

185'.

See

Jews, Vials, Trum·

pets.

'"T"~Emple;

The Wirnetres in the

l

.J_

Ttme of the firft four Vials,

win a

Temple

and an outward

Court from

Amichrijl.

But fee–

ing

his Lea(e

is not yet run out,

he

lhall

( before its expiration

)

,..,gain the outward Court of the

Nt,w Ttmple

again,

C!lc.

A.p.1

n.

I

•3·

The

fir{/ Witllt_[fos

that fol–

lowed the Lamb ,

lived among

the

Papif/s,

made no Sep·aration

from them, fo had neither

Tem–

ple

nor

A!tt~r

,

as

thofe

that

followed

them

had ,

Revtl,

I4-4·

I).

17,

r8.

fo irecompa–

red to

Elzj~Jh,

who thotrght, him–

felf had been left alone,

A.

p. 137.

See

Court, WittJeffes, Reformati·

011.

By

Ttmple

is meant

the

purer Chttrchts

in

Ettrope(

which

is the

City

already in the

Beafls

Hand) the

outward Court ofPro–

tef1atJts at large

doch fecure the

Witruffts

in the

Temple

from the

Beafls

AlTaults: How the

Wit–

>~e_[fos

do throw Wild-lire

(to

wit,

their

Praytrs)

out of the

Tem•

ple

againft the

Beaf1,

yet when

the

Beaf/

prevails to tr.ead down

again the outer Court, he will

then

come at the Witneifes in

the

Templt

again, A. p.1r7, 1d1,

~

19.

f§c.

See

Beajl, Antichrifl,

Truf1.

Dodor

Pref/on

was wont to

fay to his Friends,

I have

pft

tritd God, but now I

will

trttfl

him,

D.

p.

2-15,

Trttth.