God's Terrible Voice in the City: wherein are set forth the sound of the voice, in a narration of the two dreadful judgments of plague and fire, inflicted upon the city of London. Thomas Vincent was a clergyman who had given a long and powerful sermon about the Great Plague and the Great Fire of London. He, like many others at the time, believed the fire was a punishment from God for Londoners' sins. He lists 25 sins in detail, such as religious hypocrisy, lying, swearing, laziness, drunkenness, pride, gluttony, envy and lust. Coming so soon after the dreadful plague of 1665, which killed 100,000, the fire must have seemed a divine judgment. In God's Terrible Voice in the City, Vincent includes a dramatic account of the fire, which captures the atmosphere and terror of the event as well as some fascinating details.