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Vou spread the Fame of ME,
To jnakea Bible,upne, can clear,
Bui lies throughout to be?
Bring ME the man that can contend,
Fast bound in satan's chain,
"To prove MV'Biblepil is true! . , ....
No, all your arts are vain.—
It can't be done, ye sons of men, : •
By satan's ai;ts or yours— _ . . „ ■•
MY Bible you do all deny.
And think, yourselves secure,
To preach a word that came from God,
Which you affirm is wrong,
For if MY Bible all is false— ,; .
Then lies upon your tongue
You do appear, I tell you here, . t
Ip to the Church to go ;.
And to MY Altar do repair
With words you do not know—*
The Bread of Heeven, must sure be
given, I tell you tis,MY WORD,
That must come down, the end be found,
You ne'er discern'd your Lord!
From Types at first all things did burst,
And so that Type did come:
But know the end was MY Intend,
To make The Truth be known;
Shadows from man, the Bread did come,
Shadows of Bread below:
But now 'tis drawing to the end,
Your bread will never do.
No, 'tis MY Word must be the Bread,
To save you in the end;
And 'tis My Flesh must now break forthi .
The Spurt 's my intend
Must here appear, your Flesh must tear,
To eat and drink with ME:
I see the pond^rings in thy heart,
Which way can Thm Thing be-?'
They'll Tremble at their Feet.
I hey surely must resign:
As I have said before.; _».».«■•
A Judas men would make of he.
But when that I, who dwell on High,
adieu, &c. kc.
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THE BROTHER OF ■
WILL NOW COME FORWARD AS DINAH'S BRETHREN DID;
THAT THEY SHALL NOT DEAL WITH HIS SISTER,
AS THEY WOULD WITH A HARLOT;
FOR SO THEY ARE NOW DEALING WITH HER.
AND HE WILL PROVE TO THE WORLD WHERE THE
ADULTERY IS COMMITTED, BY MEN WHO ARE
UKCIRCUMCISED IN HEART AND LIFE;
AND NOW.HE WILL EXPEND ALL THAT HE HAS
IN THE WORLD, IF REQUIRED, IN THE HONEST
DEFENCE OF HER CHARACTER—TILL HE HAS SLAIN
THE UNCIRCUMCISED PHILISTINES,
AND ENTIRELY FREED HIS SISTER FROM THE
REPROACHES OF TIIEIR ADULTERY.
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Monday, July 2, 180-1. Now, Joanna, this is for thy Brother. I have drawn my sword every way, to stir up jealousy, like a nun of war; and like warriors will I prepare my soldiers for the battle; and as I have already told thee, I now tell thee again, I should deal with men after the manner of men; and after the manner of men I will now deal. Therefore I told thee, when I sent thee to Bristol, that I had sent thy Brother before thee, and I should order thee to keep thy Brother in Bristol, before thy trial came on. And now to deal with men after the manner of men, when a Woman hath no Husband and no Father, but only a Brother, then that Brother, by the laws of your land, can support a Sister's injured honour, if he can prove her honour is injured falsely; and they that have- injured her character must prove it by witnesses that she has done wrong, or they are liable to be punished for slander, if they murder a character, and that of an innocent woman. And thou hast affirmed to thy Brother, they are not only murdering thy character, but murdering the character of a worthy Lady that supports thee; murdering the character of all thy friends; murdering the Glory and Honour of thy Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; setting at nought all His counsels, putting up man above His Creator; saying with Pharoah, Who is the Lord that we shall serve him? Who is the Most High that we shall pay homage unto him? This I will prove to the world, as a God that now spraketh, and adultery has been committed in Israel, by Pomeroy and thee; but I will say, as Pomeroy said, I will exculpate thee, if thou confessest the truth; and every Letter thou didst send, thnt thou sayest I commanded thee, that it was I the Lord that did command thee; the Letter thou sent to Symonds, Monday the 25th of June, it was I the Lord commanded thee to send it; and Jack Symonds drew Ins sword against Me, and