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The Table.

(God-mall)

is

'PerjimtJI, Origi11al,

and in a

dirtCf Line.

The

Vuio11

of

God and M ,m

in

Chrijl's

lncar–

notion is the highefl Manifeflation

of

God's

Glory,

B.

p. 117,II8, See

Commtmio11,

God, Predrftinatiou,

'J'erfeveri.

w.

W

Ar.

How it is fignified by the

Red Horfe,

A.

p.

B• 34·

Wejl.

See

Ea[/

and

Empire,

We.

Will.

There is no Free-will in

j al11

M rm,

D.

p.

8, 9·

How

Free-wil–

lers

make an

Incro.1chme11t

and

an

Intrmcbment'

open

God

,

D.

p.

1

o,

ll,

Adam's

Happinefs lay at

the foot of his own

Free-will,

but

ours

is in furer Hands,

'IJ.

p.

29}·

Witnrffes.

They are the

A ngels

rhu

pour out the

Vltlls,

and after they

have had

power

to pour out four

Vials upon the

Beafl,

they lhall

again be overcome by the

Bwfl,

A.

p. 81, 10 1,

The

WJtiitj{es

are

lttppofed to be

Magiflrates

and

Mmif/ers,

A. P·'li·

Tho[eafter

the

firfl W:i11e§es

(for which fee

Temple)

are compared

to

Mofes

and

A<lYOit,

A.

p. tj8, 139- when

thejr outward works or

Court

is

won

by the

Be<Jf/,

then they lhal!

be {lain,

A, P•

''!4·

Their

f/.wgh–

ur

falls out after or under rite

fuurth Vi,Jl,

A.

p.

'41'· How

we

ere now under the

fifth,

or rather

under the

fourth Vial,

A.

P·'4i,

146. How there maybe a double

recl<Oning of their

jlrlflghter,

A,

p.

147· There be fundry Exempli–

fications of the

killi11g

and

rifir.-g

of the

Wit11ejfes

,

A.

p.

148, As

their

jlaughter

carries a conformi–

ty .to

Cbrrfl's

,

fo lhall their

rift

and

reign

do,

A.

p.

149· They

!hall be

flain

by

the Power of

Rome ,

as

C/;rifl

was,

A.

p.

150'

until

the

L1nd embrace

Popery ,

they are not

Jlain, A. p.

1)2.

How long

thev fhall lay Jlain,

A,

p. IJl.

as

Heatbmifm

revived

a little before its utter extirpati·

on, fo may

Popery

do,

16id.

Whether this

flmghter

lball be

Civil

onl:r, or

Natural

alfo, A.

IS'4, ')),

f.!lc.

How 'tis prin–

ctpally meant

Metaphorically

but not only fo; 'tis to be under:

flood

litterally

alfo,

A.

p. I

i7,

158. How we expect rather

dif–

ficult

than

bloody timet,

A.p.1)9·

Whether hindring their

Interment

be

a

Favotlr

or an

lvjury

,

A.

p•.

Jbo.

How, many of thefe

Wrt–

neffet

may not be killed with a

'Death Natural,

A- P·

I6Z, This

j!.mg

ht

er

ihall not be by

M4Ja·

ere,

A-p- 164. The

place

where

it lhall be,

A.

p. I 64, t6)· The

Beafls

Vittory ov"c

them amounts

only to the

plamiHg

of

a Tent,

which

lhall

eafily be plucked

down ,

A.

p. 167. Of the fieps of

their

Rrjurretlro11,

A.

p.

169. and

of their

Afwtjion,

A.

p.

•70.

What Events

do

accompany them,

A. p. I71·

The

Ear~hquake

makes way

fcJr

their

ri}ing,

which is

a

forerunner of

Romes

rui11,

A.

p.

'7'•

Their

Afcerijioll

may be fome fpace of years af–

ter their

ReftlrreCfion,

A. P·

t8r ,

The Time when the killing and

rifing of the

Witne(Jes

lhall be,

A. p. 182.

'Daniel

makes

the

Termimu

4

q11o

(or fjrfl turn of

Times) to be One thoufand two

hundred and ninety:

Al)f:l

the

Ter–

milltts

ad q11em

(or the full Ac–

complilhment of the Bean and

of the Turks ruin,

&c,)

to be,

Forty five years after, to wit, in

Thirteen hundred thirty five, A.

p.

t86,

187. See

BleffiJ,

Rome,

Re[r~rreCfioll

,

Beafl

,

ft1,zrk,

Name, Per[ecutio11, Court, Tem–

ple, &c.

Who lhall

flay

them,

See in

Name, Scatter,

Prole·

j/atJI!.

Wo.

How

that faying

[Tbe {eCOitd

wo

ir

pafl]

mull be underfrood ,

A.

p.

180.

How

the

third wo

brings

in

the

New Jertt}alem;

and the

Kingdom of Chrifr,

A.

I89·

Word,

How Chri(t

is called

the

Word,

See in

Ch;-ifl,

Vv v

World,