Her priests have violated my law, and have profaned mine holy things: they have put no difference between the holy and profane, neither have they shewed difference between the unclean and the clean.—Ezekiel 22.26.

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PRESBYTERIAN POETRY

New Testament

Magnificat: The Song of the Blessed Mary.

Second Reformation

Honey-Drops, or Crystal Streams; Flowing from Christ, the Fountain and Head thereof, By David Dickson

True Christian Love, By David Dickson

Sight through a Glass, and Face to Face, By David Dickson

Times of Persecution in Covenanted Scotland

The Vision; or, The Cameronian's Dream, by an Ayrshire shepherd lad

Post-Reformation: Times of Defection and Covenant-breaking

The Believer’s Farewel to the World: An Elegy on the Death of Sir Robert Hamilton, 1701.

The Just Complaint and Remonstrance of the Covenants, 1710.