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The Solemn League and Covenant for Reformation and Defense of Religion

By Johnstoun, A.

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Title: The Solemn League and Covenant for Reformation and Defense of Religion  
Author: Johnstoun, A.
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Language: English
Subject: Religion., Christianity, Theology
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Excerpt: Assembly at Edinburgh, August 17, 1643. Sess. 14.The General Assemblyxs Approbation of the Solemn League And Covenant. The Assembly having recommended unto a Committee appointed by them to join with the Committee of the Honourable Convention of Estates, and the Commissioners of the Honourable Houses of the Parliament of England, for bringing the kingdoms to a more near conjunction and union, received from the foresaid Committees the Covenant after mentioned, as the result of their consultations: and having taken the same, as a matter of so publick concernment and so deep importance doth require, unto their gravest consideration, did, with all their hearts, and with the beginnings of the feelings of that joy, which they did find in go great measure upon the renovation of the National Covenant of this kirk and kingdom, All with one voice approve ad embrace the same, as the most powerful mean, by the blessing of GOD, for settling and preserving the true Protestant religion with perfect peace in his Majestyxs dominions, and propagating the same to other nations, and for establishing his majestyxs throne to all ages and generations. And therefore, with their best affections, recommend the same to the Honourable Convention of Estates, that, being examined and approved by them, it may be sent with all diligence to the kingdom of England, that, being received and approven there the same may be, with public humiliation, and all religious and answerable solemnity, sworn and subscribed by all true professors of the reformed religion, an all his Majestyxs good subjects in both kingdoms.

 

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