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WHICH ARE YET TO HAVE THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENT,
THE COMING OF THE LORD IN GLORY,
At the Establishment of his Everlasting Kingdom.
THE REV. JOHN FRY, B. A.
(Formerly of University College, Oxford.) RECTOR OF DESFORD, LEICESTERSHIRE; AUTHOR OF “THE SECOND
ADVENT," &c. &c.
“The great day of the Lord is near, and hasteth greatly, even the voice of the
day of the Lord”-ZEPAANIAA i. 14.
PRINTED FOR JAMES DUNCAN, PATER NOSTER ROW:
AND T COMBE, JUNIOR, LEICESTER
Zephaniah iii. 11, &c.
SECTION THE FOURTH.
SIGNS OF THE APPROACHING DAY OF THE LORD.
These wars and commotions among the nations—The abounding of re-
ligious impostors—A more extensive preaching of the Gospel among
the Heathen nations—The depression and spoliation of the Papal
see—The sixth vial considered—Kings of the East—The three unclcan
spirits, like frogs—The invasion of Palestine—A siege of Jerusalem
pointed out as the grand crisis of the Divine interposition, 31