Elijah's first appearance to the several churches and nations of the earth: containing, first, a full account of his prophetick mission from the most high. And after, As exact a Relation of the several Particulars of his Great Office for the Benefit of Men. The Whole consisting, First, In his Personal Brief Introduction to the World. And Secondly, In his several Revelations manifested to him from God and Christ, for the reconciling of the Christians among themselves; the Jews, Turks, and Infidels to Christ; Peace, Unity, and Brotherly Love to all Men; and All to God. By a Light Divine and irresistible to all, but who will wilfully perish self-condemn'd, and that by their own Consciences. Who declines to follow me in Imitation, is inexcusable; if at least he follow not God thro me in Obedience. By William Freke Esq; Introduction. Lib. I.
- Freke, William, 1662-1744.
- Printed in the Year 1709
The worshippers of Baal beseech their god in vain to ignite their sacrificial altar, but in response to the prayer of Elijah, Yahweh ignites the altar erected to him. Colour etching and woodcut by P.P.A. Robert and N. Le Sueur after Maturino da Firenze.
- Maturino, da Firenze, active 1518-1528.
- [between 1729 and 1742]