Tears in time of pestilence, or, A spiritual antidote against the plague

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Other titlesA spiritual antidote against the plague
Statementwritten (formerly) by John Featly ; and now printed for more general and seasonable use
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1259:35
ContributionsS. R
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Pagination[14], 158 p
Number of Pages158
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Other victims of the pestilence suffered hugely swollen, abscessed lymph glands called buboes, especially in the groin and armpits, giving Yersinia pestis its best-known name, bubonic plague. Deadlier still was the pneumonic form of plague, which developed when bacteria entered the lungs; then, victims could spread the contagion through. “Pestilence: A Medieval Tale of Plague” was sent to me for review. I have never read a book about the Bubonic Plague and this sounded fascinating. Jeani has put a lot of research into this story without it sounding like a historical documentary. I loved how it started with a flea’s perspective of the plague, which was ingenious/5(12).   A plague in the body is not half so bad as a plague in the heart — a plague in the soul: of all plagues the plague of the heart is the most severe. It is not the plague of another man’s heart which I have to think about tonight, but the plague of my own heart, for the text speaks of knowing, “Every man the plague of his own heart.” 6. PESTILENCE. pes'-ti-lens (debher; loimos): Any sudden fatal epidemic is designated by this word, and in its Biblical use it generally indicates that these are divine visitations. The word is most frequently used in the prophetic books, and it occurs 25 times in Jeremiah .

The Lord has said that He will be the only remedy. His Psalm 91 Passover is still in effect for the righteous. As in part one we offer evidence that the Lord will use this plague against apostates, including the factious, to free His true people. Apostates Killed by the Plague Eve Brast - . Bubonic plague: The bacteria, known as the Black Death, killed nearly 25 million people in the 14th century—about one-third of the world’s population at the time. An early symptom of infection is the swelling of the lymph glands, or buboes. When our litany entreats that we may be delivered from "plague, pestilence, and famine", the first of these words bears a special meaning, which came home with strong and painful force to European minds at the time the Prayer Book was translated, and for the whole following century. There is no specific meaning of 'pestilence' in the original Greek, so it could also allow for disease destroying plant & animal life. Though here, it seems to apply to humans. The Bubonic Plague that affected Europe in the Middle Ages is a classic example of Pestilence that, I .

Exodus | View whole chapter | See verse in context And they said, The God of the Hebrews hath met with us: let us go, we pray thee, three days' journey into the desert, and sacrifice unto the LORD our God; lest he fall upon us with pestilence, or with the sword. Exodus | View whole chapter | See verse in context For now I will stretch out my hand, that I may smite thee and thy people. pestilence: 1 n any epidemic disease with a high death rate Synonyms: pest, plague Type of: epidemic disease any infectious disease that develops and spreads rapidly to many people n a serious (sometimes fatal) infection of rodents caused by Yersinia pestis and accidentally transmitted to humans by the bite of a flea that has bitten an. T Hese words are part of King Solomons prayer, which he made at the dedication of the Tem∣ple: the drift of the whole is, that God would be pleased, whensoever any judgements and calamities befall the Israelites, to hear their requests, and answer their prayers put up in that place, and to remove their crosses, and forgive their sins. This is the design of the Prayer; * and the Lord appeared.

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Tears in time of Pestilence: or A SPIRITUAL ANTIDOTE AGAINST THE PLAGUE. Written (formerly) By the Reverend Mr. JOHN FEATLY Chaplain to His late Majesty And now Printed for more general and seasonable use, Jerem O that my head were waters, and or eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night.

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Tears in time of pestilence, or, A spiritual antidote against the plague. [John Featley; S. R.]. These included occasions such as plague, civil war, marriage, old age, etc. His sermon, “Tears in Time of Pestilence, or A Spiritual Antidote against the Plague,” (where his name is spelled “Featly”) is now available in a modern transcript in two formats: Featley’s Plague Sermon: html Featley’s Plague Sermon: pdf.

Tears in time of pestilence, or, A spiritual antidote against the plague [microform] / written (formerly A fountaine of teares emptying it selfe into three rivelets, viz. of (1) compunction, (2) compassion, (3 Ancilla pietatis, or, The hand-maid to private devotion [microform]: presenting a manuall to her mistre.

Thomas Doolittle — A Spiritual Antidote Against Sinful Contagion in Dying Times, William Bridge — The Righteous Man’s Habitation in the Time of Plague and Pestilence — https: Thomas Draxe — Of the Plague or Pestilence.

2 Timothy ESV / 52 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful. But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty. For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good, treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit.

Thus says the Lord of hosts, “Behold, evil is going forth From nation to nation, And a great storm is being stirred up From the remotest parts of the earth.”- Jeremiah Words of the.

John Hooper, ‘A Sermon to be Read in the Time of Pestilence’, Godly Directions in a Time of Plague, ed. Matthew McMahon (Crossville: Puritan Publications, ), Hooper, ‘A Sermon to be Read in the Time of Pestilence’, See Daniel Defoe, Journal of A spiritual antidote against the plague book Plague Year, read by Andrew Cullum (Naxos AudioBooks, ).

The Plague of the Heart “What prayer and supplication soever be made by any man, or by all thy people Israel, which shall know every man the plague of his own heart, and spread forth his hands toward this house: then hear thou in heaven thy dwelling place, and forgive, and do, and give to every man according to his ways, whose heart thou knowest; (for thou, even thou only, knowest the hearts.

The word “pestilence” immediately evokes a threatening and ominous picture of a fatal epidemic. We may think of the bubonic plague—the infamous “Black Death”—along with pandemic influenzas or other contagions.

Some may also think of dire biblical warnings regarding the “last days.” Can we find protection from pestilence. With a little research, one quickly discovers that. The prophets generally connect together the sword, the pestilence, and the famine, as three evils, which usually accompany each other.

The glandular plague, which in modern times has proved so fatal in the East, is the most virulent and contagious of diseases. The plague disappeared everywhere St.

Roch went. During a plague in Italy in the 14th century, St. Roch came upon one of the towns most affected by it. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, he “devoted himself to the plague-stricken, curing them with the sign of the cross.

He next visited Cesena and other neighboring cities and then Rome. Matthew – For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.

Luke – And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and. And when Israel turned its back on God, then He sent against them His "four dreadful judgments -- sword and famine and wild beasts and plague" (Eze ).

The pages of Scripture are filled with references to God's wrath manifested in plague, pestilence, and disease. Disease and world history Great plagues have often affected world history. It is time to pray for intercession for our world in the midst of the Covid Coronavirus Pandemic.

Whether the panic is justified or not, praying for the sick is always a good thing to do. It's a Spiritual Work of Mercy. This was shared by my daughter's Catholic Elementary school. Thanks, Catholic education. First, a little background on St.

We see this because even though a plague of pestilence did indeed befall the Jewish people as a result of his decision, it was shortened to half a day instead of three. In this incident, as in so many others, King David set a precedent with his service of Hashem that Jews continue to.

Thou power of spiritual sickness, receive termination, in the name of Jesus. Every wicked device against my health, receive fire, in the name of Jesus. Every habitation of the wicked around me, come out and die, in the name of Jesus.

My body, reject any. Keeping Faith in Times of Pestilence Often Meant Inventing New Enemies. The pandemic has been used cynically to demonise Muslims and scapegoat them for. There will be so much famine and plague that Revelation reveals they will both contribute in part to killing a fourth of the world’s population.

That’s billion people who will starve to death or suffer sickness during the Tribulation. Pestilence, or plagues, which Jesus warns us about in Matthew 24 is the fifth end time sign that He.

"For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and in various places there will be famines and earthquakes. Mark As He was going out of the temple, one of His disciples said to Him, "Teacher, behold what wonderful stones and what wonderful buildings!".

The Roman historian and botanist Pliny the Elder, who recommended frankincense as an antidote to hemlock poisoning, wrote in the first century A.D. that. Pestilence is contagious, virulent, and devastating.

For example, the Black Plague in Europe that killed over thirty percent of the population during the late Middle Ages was a pestilence. In the Bible, pestilence is usually a sign of God’s judgment on a nation or people group (Deuteronomy ; 1 Chronicles ; Ezekiel –15).

46 Verses About Pestilence from 13 Books Exodus And they said, The God of the Hebrews hath met with us: let us go, we pray thee, three days' journey into the desert, and sacrifice unto the LORD our God; lest he fall upon us with pestilence, or with the sword. ADVISORY BOARD Ann G.

Carmichael,Co-Director of the Center for the Study of the History of Medicine, Indiana University Katharine Donahue,Head of History and Special Collections, Louise M.

Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA John Parascandola, President of the American Association for the History of Medicine (), former Chief of the History of Medicine Division (HMD) of the National. everlasting father, we thank you as we begin this 7-day journey unto divine coronation, teach us your ways, and let your wisdom through us confound every pharaoh holding unto our destiny thrones, in jesus mighty name.

the antidote for global pestilence – day 1 rabboni deliverance week. let me first of all shock you with my discovery 😭😭😭 – i have found the everlasting. John Featley has written: 'A fountain of tears emptying it self into three rivolets, viz. of 1. compunction, 2. compassion, 3. devotion, or, Sobs of nature sanctified by grace' -- subject(s.

Quotation from W S. Clippindale, ‘A Medical Roll of Honour: Physicians and Surgeons who Remained in London during the Great Plague’, British Medical Journal (6 Feb. ), –3. See also W. Bell, The Great Plague of London in (), 87, 97; Ole Peter Grell, ‘Conflicting Duties: Plague and the Obligations of Early Modern Physicians Towards Patients and Commonwealth in.

The story of the Great Pestilence of –9 has never been fully told. In fact, until comparatively recent times, little attention was paid to an event which, nevertheless, whether viewed in the magnitude of the catastrophe, or in regard to its far-reaching results, is certainly one of.

PESTILENCE (דֶּ֫בֶר֒, H; λοιμός, G, plague).The Heb. word דֶּ֫בֶר֒, H, usually tr. “pestilence,” is found forty-nine times in the occurs in company with such words as famine, blood, wild beasts and death. The first occurrence of the term is in connection with the plagues on Egypt (Exodetc.).Later it was threatened on Israel if they disobeyed.

Tears Against the Plague: A 17th century woman's devotional [Featly, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tears Against the Plague. The clear implication in the book of the Apocalypse is that since humanity did not repent more tribulations came.

That is, the spiritual antidote was refused and thus the symptoms grew even more severe and terrible. They become acute and cause complete spiritual death.

God allows this. He allows humanity to eat the bitter fruit of its carnal.The Plague or Pestilence: God's Judgments Upon the Apostasy. The Plague or Pestilence: Inflicted by God. The Plague or Pestilence: Israel Threatened With, As a Punishment for Disobedience.

The Plague or Pestilence: Often Broke out Suddenly. The Plague or Pestilence: Often Followed War and Famine. The Plague or Pestilence: One of God's Four Sore.