Bible -- Prophecies -- Church. : A compleat and compendious church-history : shewing how it hath been from the beginning of the world to this present day : being an historical narrative how the power and providence of God, according to his promise hath hitherto confounded all the damnable plots of the Devil : to which is annexed a Scripture-prophecy fore-shewing how it shall be hence to the end of the world : to whole containing the quintessence of sacred, civil and ecclesiastick writers and serving as a short comment upon all the books in the Bible, both historical and prophetical : with a poem against popery, November 17 / published for publick good by Christopher Ness.
Bible -- Prophecies -- Fulfillment. : An inquiry into the Jewish and Christian revelation. : Wherein all the prophecies relating to the Jewish Messiah are considered, and compared with the Person and Character of Jesus Christ, and the Times of the Gospel; the Authority of the Canon of Scripture; the Nature and Use of Miracles, &c. In a dialogue between an Indian and a Christian. By Samuel Parvish.
Bible -- Prophecies -- Jerusalem. : An essay upon the eleventh chapter of the Revelation of St. John; [electronic resource] : in which is shewn that the words ... relate to Jerusalem, and not to Rome or France. : [Five lines of Scripture texts] / By Charles Crawford, Esq.
Bible -- Prophecies -- Political aspects -- Early works to 1800. : The late great revolution in this nation : argued according to Rev. 17. 16. 17., to be duely ascribed to the supreme spirit now about to move in the fulfilling all prophecy, the earnest of which is vouch-saf'd to us in this so wonderful change, in pursuance of a discourse published twelve months past, viz, The command of God to come out of Babylon : wherein is more fully proved the [now] Roman Communion is intended and that the words of God will be fulfilled concerning the present state of the papacy in its expiration, and the hatred of the whore, 1697 / by Beverley.
Bible -- Prophecies -- Quaker authors. : A signification from Israels God to Englands rulers and inhabitants, from the highest to the lowest, concerning what hereafter shall ensue / through a servant of the Lord ... T.O.
Bible -- Prophecies -- Sermons. : Judah preserved : and invading Edomites disappointed: or, the deliverance of Judea from the cruel ravages of its treacherous neighbours, considered and applied in a sermon preached at Gosport, April 11, 1744. Being The Day appointed for a Public Fast. To which is added, the substance of three discourses, occasioned by the late designed invasion; Tending to shew The Necessity of Repentance and Reformation, to secure a sinful People in Times of public Danger. By John Hurrion.
Bible -- Propheses. : Latter-day light on the apocalypse, John's revelation-riddle unravelled : a new method exegetical and historical/ by Arthur Paul.
Bible -- Prophesies -- Early works to 1800. : The second part of a choice collection of curious relations. : Containing, I. Nixon's, or the Cheshire prophesy; with the effigies and description of his person. II. The wonder of Norfolk; or, An exact description of Scole Inn, with the sign and sign post. III. The manner of driving turkeys and geese; with a computation of the prodigious quantitie yearly sent out of Norfolk and Suffolk up to London. IV. The copy of a man's freedom of the city of Norwich; with an explanation. V. The characters of several nations in Europe, as to their behaviour, tempers, councils, knowledge, drinking, manners, husbands, wives, beauty, undertakings, inclinations, feasts, women, friendship, religion, stature, apparel, writings and language: with instances of the particular genius of the natives of Great-Britain and Ireland. VI. A merry account of all five; or, Pleasant remarks on various subjects. VII. The history of tobacco, shewing its rise and progress, together with its use and virtues.