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Verf.2 13 14 15
The Canticler verf.6.7.
ASSIZE: Day of Jubilee,
IN Which we must make a General AC
count of all our ACTIONS before
Almighty GOD. Delivered in Four SERMONS upon
the XXth Chap. of the Revelations, plain. ly shewing the happy State of the Godly,
and the woful Condition of the Wicked. Whereunto is annexed Two SERMONS
upon the first Chapter of the Conticirs, Verse 6, 7. By the Author SAMUEL SMITH, Minister of the World
The Four and Forineb 1917/!11. Matth, 12. 36. I fry unto you, thit every
idle Word that men mall speak, they shall give an Accounta thereof at the day of Judgment.
LONDON: Printed for G. Conyers at the Ring in Little Britain
T. Norris at the Looking Glils on London Brid : and M. Bodilington at thie Gulden-Ball in Duck Line, Price i s. 1719.
Courteous Reader, I
Present bere unto ihy View the fourth pub
lık Fruit of my Ministry, wherein 1 bave endeavour'd that those, especially mine omn Hear ers (those religious People and Inbabitanı s of Pricelewel in Essex, wobom I love with my Heart) might once more take notice of these my exerci jes that in Public I deliver'd unto them. The Night cometh when no Man can work, there fore it behovės us all, both Minister and Pro ple, to efteem of Time as the most precious thing in the World, and the rather because we knop not how foon we shall be called to an Account of otr Works. Many have bad (many time) good Purposes of Heart to cleave unto the Lord, i bat have been prevented by Death, for want of time ly Repentance. It shall then be our Wisdom 10 agree with our Adverkry wbi'e we are in the way with him, for if we are but once arrefted with Death we shall be sure to pay the utmos Farthing. Use this as á Help
Use this as á Help unto tbce, to better thee in the Performance of that Duty which concerns thee so nearly, that thou may'it on Dy give an Account of thy Works. If the reap «ny benefit by 'it give the Fraise unio God from whom every good and perfect Work pro celdab, for God is a Spirit, and they that worth'p him, must worship nim in Spirit and Truth. And help me in my prayers, which in ll take as a fill Recon.pince of my Lab urs and be encourag’d to spend fume Hours more al e be lik: Duties for thy Good; and up the mean time remain, bine in the common Saviour,
SAMUEL SMITH THE
The First SERMON.
Rev, 20. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
11. And I saw a great white Throne, and him that fat on it, from whose Fuce the Earth and the Heaven fled ow.ly, and there was found no place for them.
12. And I saw the Dead, fou all and great, st md hefore Gol, and the Books were opened: Aid another Book wirs 7 opened, which is the Book of Life: And the Dea! were judged out of those things which were written in the Books, according to their Works
13. And tlse Seigave up the dead which were in it, and Death and Hill delivered up the dend which were 111 then: 5. And they were judged every il 11 according to their works.
14. And Death and Hell were cast into the Liike of Fire; this is the Second Death.
15. And whosoever was not found written in the Book of Life, was cast into the Lake of Fire.
Aving spoken (not long fince) of the comiøg of Chiist unto his Garden, or inco his Church, and of
his kind and princely offer unto us, suing for Entertainment at our Hinds, being his first coming unto us here in this miserable Vale of Tears, I thought it very neceffary io speak fomeching of his second coming, tha