A trumpet of the Lord sounded out of Sion: : which gives a certaine sound in the eares of all nations, and is a true noyse of a fearfull earthquake at hand, which shall shake the whole fabrick of the earth, and the pillars of its standing shall fall, and never more be set up againe. Or fearfull voyces of terrible thunders, uttered forth from the throne, to the astonishment of the heathen in all quarters of the earth who are not sealed in the forehead. And is an alarum, and preparation for war against all nations where Gog and Magog resideth. And sheweth the wounding sword of the mighty God, from whose blow, the kings, nor the captaines, nor the mighty men, cannot fly to escape. Declared and written by a son of thunder, as a warning to all the inhabitants of the earth, where the great image is standing, or any part of it worshipped, speedily to meet the Lord by repentance, that in the day of his fierce wrath they may be hid. With a salutation to the seed who are gathered into the fold and with the children of the King; the tongue that was dumb sings a joyfull song of Sion, in an unknown language, which none can understand, save the redeemed of the Lord. / By one whose name is truly known by the children of the same birth, but unknown to the world, though by it called Edward Burrough.
- London : Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black-spread-Eagle, near the west end of Pauls., 1656.
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