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 (1659).  Vox Dei The voice of God to the officers of the army : wherein is shewed directly and positively, what is the undubitable way in which they ought now to walk, wherein if they do walk, it will assuredly go well with them, and the Lord of Hosts will be in the midst of them, and the God of Jacob will be their refuge : being some precepts which the Lord set upon the heart of a poor creature to shew unto them, the which if they obey not, will be one witness for God against them, that he left them not without remembrancers, he having many other such witnesses in this nation, and in this city.  London :  Printed by J.C. for L. Chapman

MLA Citation

 Vox Dei [microform] = The voice of God to the officers of the army : wherein is shewed directly and positively, what is the undubitable way in which they ought now to walk, wherein if they do walk, it will assuredly go well with them, and the Lord of Hosts will be in the midst of them, and the God of Jacob will be their refuge : being some precepts which the Lord set upon the heart of a poor creature to shew unto them, the which if they obey not, will be one witness for God against them, that he left them not without remembrancers, he having many other such witnesses in this nation, and in this city  Printed by J.C. for L. Chapman London  1659

Australian/Harvard Citation

 1659,  Vox Dei [microform] = The voice of God to the officers of the army : wherein is shewed directly and positively, what is the undubitable way in which they ought now to walk, wherein if they do walk, it will assuredly go well with them, and the Lord of Hosts will be in the midst of them, and the God of Jacob will be their refuge : being some precepts which the Lord set upon the heart of a poor creature to shew unto them, the which if they obey not, will be one witness for God against them, that he left them not without remembrancers, he having many other such witnesses in this nation, and in this city  Printed by J.C. for L. Chapman London

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