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P. 29, 30.
of desolation standing in the holy place, the Roman army besieging Jerusalem; p. 27. Then the Chriftians to fly into the mountains ; p. 28. Their flight must be sudden and hasty ; p. 28, 29.
Woe unto them that are with child and that give suck in those days, exemplified particularly in the story of a noble woman, who killed and eat her own sucking child ;
To pray that their flight be not in the winter, neither on the fabbath day; p. 30, 31. Providentially ordered that there were such favorable opportunities of escaping, before the city was closely belieged; p. 31, 32. The great calamities and miseries of the Jewish nation in those days; p. 33, 34. None of the Jews would have escaped destruction, had not the days been shortened for the sake of the Christian Jews; p. 34-36. A more particular cau. tion against false Christs and false prophets about the time of the fiege and destruction of Jerusalem ; p. 36. Their pretending to work miracles ; ibid. Their conducting their followers into the desert, or into the secret chambers ; p. 37-40. But the coming of Christ will not be in this or that particular place, he will be taking vengeance of the Jews every where; p. 40, 41. Some confideration's upon the conduct of these false Christs and false prophets ; p. 41, &c. It may reasonably be inferred from hence, that there hath been a true prophet, a true Chrift ; p. 41.
The Messiah particularly expected about thic time of our Saviour; p. 42, 43.
The Mefliah to work miracles; p. 43. Jefus alone hath performed the miracles, which the, Metliah was to perfo ; P. 43, 44. The difference between the conduct and success of these deceivers and of Jesus Christ; p. 44, 45. The force of superstition and enthusiasm in their deluding fuch numbers ; p. 45, 46. All are not to be credited, who pretend to work miracles; p. 46. How we are to judge of miracles ;- p. 46, 47. What we are to think of the Pagan; ibid. And what of the Popish miracles; p. 47-50.
the sword; p. 54, 55. An account of those who were
away captive into all nations ; p. 55–57. Jeru-
memorable prophecies of St. Paul, the first of the
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