Francis Howgill (1618–1668) was a valiant minister of the gospel in the early Society of Friends in England who suffered great persecution and eventually died in prison for “the Word of God and for the testimony of Jesus.” This short book contains a remarkable explanation of the Day of the Lord, and a powerful description of the Holy Spirit’s work in the heart of man.

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Some of the Mysteries of God’s Kingdom Declared
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Some of the Mysteries of God’s Kingdom Declared

As they have been Revealed
by the Spirit through Faith

Francis Howgill

Some of the Mysteries of God’s Kingdom Declared

by: Francis Howgill

Francis Howgill (1618–1668) was a valiant minister of the gospel in the early Society of Friends in England who suffered great persecution and eventually died in prison for “the Word of God and for the testimony of Jesus.” This short book contains a remarkable explanation of the Day of the Lord, and a powerful description of the Holy Spirit’s work in the heart of man.

  • Francis Howgill
  • updated Edition
  • 4.2 x 6.9 x 0.20 in
  • 15 chapters
  • 89 pages
  • Language: English
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