Burroughes uses the familiar simile of the mechanism of a clock: [A]ll the works that ever God did from all eternity or ever will do, put them all together, and all make up but one work, and they have been as severall wheels that have had their orderly... The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment ... - Página 65por Jeremiah Burroughs - 1651 - 163 páginasVista completa
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...thousand •housand things one to depend upon another; there are infinite several wheels, as I may say, in the works of providence ; all the works that ever...and all make up but one work, and they have been as several wheels that have had their orderly motion to attain the end that God from all eternity has...