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A Glimpse of Glory;
OR, A Gofpel-discovery of EMMANUEL's
Whereunto is fubjoined, A spiritual Hymn, intitled, The dying Saint's Song :
and some of his last Lettcrs.
By Mr ANDREW WEL WOOD, Brother to -Mr JOHN WEL WOOD, late Minister of the Gospel in Scotland.
Col. iii. 4. When Christ who is our life, Jhall appear,
then shall ye also appear with him in glory. If. lx. 19.-21. The Lord shall be unto thee an ever
lasting light, and thy God thy glory. Thy sun shall no more go down, neither thall thy moon withdraw itself.-Thy people also Mall be all righteous ; they fall inherit the land for ever. Rev. xxi. 22. 23.-The Lord God Almighty, and the
Lamb, are the temple of it. For the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.
E DIN BURGH: Printed by John GRAY and Gavin ALSTON. Sold at their printing-house in Jackson's Close.