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CRITICAL, EXPOSITORY, AND PRACTICAL;
DELIVERED BEFORE THE
University of Cambridge;
CHR. WORDSWORTH, D.D.
CANON OF WESTMINSTER;
FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,
HULSEAN LECTURER AND PUBLIC ORATOR OF THE UNIVERSITY.
Μακάριος ο αναγιγνώσκων, και οι ακούοντες τους λόγους της προφητείας, και τηρούντες τα εν αυτή γεγραμμένα.
APOCALYP. i. 3.
Μακάριος ο τηρών τους λόγους της προφητείας του βιβλίου τούτου.
APOCALYP. xxii. 7.
APOCALYPSIS Joannis tot habet sacramenta quot verba. Parum dixi pro merito voluminis. Laus omnis inferior est. In verbis singulis multiplices latent intelligentiæ.
S. HIERONYMUS ad Paulin. Ep. L. tom. iv. 574.
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PROVIDED BY THE DIVINE GOODNESS
FOR THEIR GUIDANCE, WARNING, AND ENCOURAGEMENT,
IN THE TRIALS OF THE LATTER DAYS.
PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION.
THE two former Editions of this Work commenced with two Lectures “On the Doctrine of a Millen
nium,” which are now reprinted separately in the same size as the present Volume. Accordingly, what was the Third Lecture in the two former Editions, is the First Lecture in this Impression; and so on, in succession.
The “ Appendix,” to which reference is sometimes made in the Notes to these Lectures, is subjoined to a Volume published in 1849, which contains the “Greek Text of the Apocalypse with MSS. collations."
The “ Harmony of the Apocalypse, being a revised English Version with Notes,” to which also reference is occasionally made, is likewise contained in that Volume, and was reprinted separately in 4to. in 1851.