TITLE: A Question Propounded To The Rulers, Teachers, And People Of The Nation Of England, For Them Singly To Answer In Their Hearts And Consciences, In The Fear And Dread Of The Mighty God Of Heaven And Earth; Whose Mighty Arm Of Power Is Stretched Out In This Nation, First To Overturn What Stands In His Way, And Then To Establish (In The Place Thereof) What He Hath Purposed In His Heart. And This Is The Thing Which The Lord Hath Determined To Do, Both Particularly In Persons, And Generally Throughout The Earth; Namely, To Pull Down The Mighty From Their Seats, And To Exalt The Humble And Meek (Who Are Made Such By The Presence And Power Of His Life In Them), That He Alone May Be Exalted In The Spirits Of His People, And Throughout The Earth. And This Work Hath The Lord Begun Already; For His Great And Notable Day Hath Appeared, And Breaketh Forth Apace; Though The Eye Which Is Closed Cannot See It, Nor The Benumbed Sense Feel It. But He That Hath An Ear, Let Him Hear The Sound Of The Lord's Trumpet, Which Saith, In The Mighty Breath Of His Spirit Of Life, Awake! Ye Dead, And Stand Up To Judgment; For The Day Of Recompence Is Come; The Day Of The Eternal Vengeance Of Our God, And The Day Of His Everlasting Mercy And Plentiful Redemption. The Question Is As Followeth.
in Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington(Volume 1)

AUTHOR:   Penington, Isaac.   - EDITOR:   Penington, Isaac.   Fox, George.   Penn, William.  

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