In the extremity of evils, Christ's Kingdom shall be a sanctuary.
Isaiah 4:1 Then shall seuen wyues take holde of one man, and saye: we wyll laye all our meate and clothynge together in comen, only that we may be called thy wyues, & that thys shamefull reprofe maye be taken from vs. Isaiah 4:2 After that tyme shall the braunche of the Lorde be bewtyfull and myghtye, and the frute of the earth shalbe fayre and pleasaunt for those Israelytes that shal spring therof. Isaiah 4:3 Then shall the remnaunt in Sion & the remnaunt at Ierusalem be called holy: Namely all soch as are wrytten among the lyuynge at Ierusalem: Isaiah 4:4 What tyme as the Lorde shall wasth awaye the fylthynes of the daughters of Sion, and pourge þe bloude out from Ierusalem with the wynde of hys iudgmente and with fyre. Isaiah 4:5 Moreouer, vpon all the dwellynges of the hyll of Sion and vpon theyr whole congregacion, shall the Lorde prouyde a cloude and smoke by daye, & the shynynge of a flammynge fyre by nyght: for all theyr glory shalbe preserued. Isaiah 4:6 And Ierusalem shall be a tabernacle for a shadowne because of hete in the daye tyme a place and refuge where a man maye kepe hym from wether & rayne.