TITLE: Some Of The Mysteries Of God's Kingdom Glanced At. For The Service Of The Upright-Hearted Among Several Sorts Of Professors, Who Have Formerly Had A Feeling Of Most Of These Things In Measure: To Which Feeling, And That Which Gave It Them, They Are Hereby Allured And Invited To Return; That The Many Names And Various Ways May Perish And Vanish; And The One Spirit, One Life, One New Living Name And Way May Be Waited For And Pursued After: That So All The Tribes And Families, And Several Divisions Of Israel, May Know One Another, And Heartily Unite In One Nature And Inward Power Of Life, Which Doth Good To All, And Harm To None, Neither Inwardly Nor Outwardly.
in Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington(Volume 2)

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

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