Veræ fidei gloria est corona vitæ A volume of spiritual epistles: being the copies of several letters written by the two last prophets and messengers of God, John Reeve and Lodowicke Muggleton; containing variety of spiritual revelations, and deep mysteries, manifesting to the elect seed the prerogative power of a true prophet; who, by virtue of their commissions, did truly give blessings of life everlasting to those that believed their declarations; and to all despising reprobates the curse or sentence of eternal damnation. Collected by the great pains of Alexander Delamaine the elder, a true believer of God's last commission of the spirit. Intended at first only for his own spiritual solace; but finding they encreased to so great a volume, he leaves it to his posterity, that ages to come may rejoice in the comfortable view of so blessed and heavenly a treasure. Transcribed from Alexander Delamaine's original copy by Tobiah Terry, a true believer of the like precious faith in the true God the man Christ Jesus, which most holy faith the reprobate world despises. This printed by subscription in the year 1755. The sacred remains, with the soul's mortality, and the answer to William Penn, was re-printed by subscription in the years 1751, 1752, and 1753, which is an example for generations

Main Author: Reeve, John
Other Authors: Muggleton, Lodowick
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: [London?] s.n 1755, [1755]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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