Objections against the Millennium, answer'd. With
some Conjectures concerning the state of things
after the Millennium: and what will be the
final Consummation of this World.
YOU see how Nature and Providence have conspir'd, to make the Millennium as happy a state, as
any Terrestrial state can be. For, besides health and
Plenty: Peace, Truth, and Righteousness will flourish
there, and all the evils of this life stand excluded.
There will be no ambitious Princes, studying mischief
one against another; or contriving methods to bring
their own Subjects into slavery. No mercenary Statesmen; to assist and intrigue with them. No oppression
from the powerful, no snares or traps laid for the innocent. No treacherous friends, no malicious Enemies.
No knaves, cheats, hypocrites; the Vermin of this
Earth, that swarm every where. There will be nothing but truth, candor, sincerity, and ingenuity: as
in a Society or Commonwealth of Saints and Philosophers. In a word, 'twill be Paradise Restor'd: both as
to innocency of temper, and the beauties of Nature.
I believe you will be apt to say, If this be not true,
'tis pity but that it should be true. For 'tis a very desirable state, where all good People would find them