The Trial of Joanna Southcott: During Seven Days, which Commenced on the Fifth, and Ended on the Eleventh, of December, 1804, at the Neckinger House, Bermondsey, Near London
S. Rousseau, wood Street, Spa Fields; and sold by E.J. Field, No. 2, High Street, St. Giles's, two doors from the Angel Inn; also by W. Symonds, Gandy lane; and The Miss Eveleighs, St. Sidwell's, Exeter, 1804 - 111 sider
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Side 93 - He saved others ; himself he cannot save. If he be the King of Israel, let him come down from the cross, and we will believe him.
Side i - Saviour: knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, and saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
Side i - But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory...
Side 141 - As to the subject of your strong and reasonable solicitude, remember that the hearts of all men are in the hands of the Lord, and he can turn them as the rivers of water are turned.
Side 131 - children of wrath" (Eph. ii. 3), sunk in a fathomless abyss of evil (Eph. iv. 18, 19). On the other hand we read that "the Gentiles which have not the Law, and do by nature the things contained in the Law, are a law unto themselves," and are therefore capable of " glory and honour and immortality
Side 77 - Sheep," published in 1804, was, up to the 17th of June last, taken from Joanna, from manuscriptsi read to me by her, and the remainder from her own mouth ; the book entitled, " Mr. Joseph Southcott's Book," except the last communication therein contained, published in 1804; the first and second part of the book entitled, " A True Explanation of the Bible, revealed by Divine Communications to Joanna Southcott," were taken by me from Joanna Southcott's own mouth, JANE TOWNLEY.
Side 133 - Prophecies, do, for the following reasons, individually and voluntarily avow, by our separate signatures, our firm belief, that her Prophecies and other Spiritual Communications emanate wholly and entirely from the Spirit of the living Lord...
Side xiii - And now I shall come to the second, whom I call a prudent man, that boasts of his infirmities, fearing of his wisdom to judge in so weighty a cause...
Side 80 - In this capacity, as surety and father of us all, he entered the grave, and lay under the arrest of death for our sin ; and in this capacity he arose from the grave, and came forth, for our justification ; that as "IN Adam all died, even so IN Christ should all " be made alive." The words, therefore, which he spake, are fulfilled ; " Because I live, ye shall live
Side 127 - Clergy, and a report being given out that the books came from other men with Joanna Southcott's signature, she was ordered to call forward her witnesses, and have every truth fairly proved and tried, that every thing came through her that is gone out in the world in her name, and if the Clergy refused to come forward, she was ordered to go out in the highways and hedges and compel them to come in, that, in the presence of an equal number as before, the truth might be established. To see this truth...