Girolamo Savonarola Behold the sword of the Lord will descend suddenly and quickly upon the earth.Motto he beheld in a vision (December 1492), as quoted in History of the Christian Church, Vol. V (1910) by Philip Schaff, and David Schley Schaff p. 688
Girolamo Savonarola Whoever excommunicates me, excommunicates God. A History of the Church: The Revolt Against the Church: Aquinas to Luther, (1947, 1979, 1993), by Philip Hughes, Vol. 3, p. 493 Google books file ISBN 0722079834 ISBN 9780722079836
Girolamo Savonarola I counsel you to return to God, to live after the manner of a good Christian, to repent the past, and recur to piety. Otherwise, I make known to you that severe chastisement awaits you, and that you shall be scourged in your substance, your flesh, and your kindred.Likewise I announce to you that your life is near its end; that if you obey not my words, you will go to hell, and this letter will be brought up against you before the judgment-seat of God, and leave you no way of escape.To the prince of Mirandola, Count Galeotto Pico, brother of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (26 March 1496), as quoted in Life and Times of Girolamo Savonarola (1888) by Pasquale Villari, translated by Linda Villari, p. 442; also in Le lettere di Girolamo Savonarola (The letters of Jerome Savonarola), 1933, Roberto Ridolfi, L. S. Olschki, p. 107.
Girolamo Savonarola I was not commissioned to preach by any man in this world, nor by any lord, but by Him who is the Lord of lords and by the Holy Trinity. Sermon of 18 February 1498, as quoted in Material for a History of Pope Alexander VI, His Relatives and His Time, 5 vols., (1924) by Monsignor Peter de Roo, Bruges, Desclée, De Brouwer, volume 3, p. 265.  Basic searches to find frequency and page number of specific words and phrases for all five volumes at HathiTrust. Scelta di Prediche e Scritti di Fra Girolamo Savonarola, con Nuovi Documenti Intorno alla Sua Vita (Selection of Sermons and Writings of Fra Girolamo Savonarola, with New Documents concerning his Life), 1898, Pasquale Villari, E. Casanova, Firenze (Florence), G. E. Sansoni, edition, p. 288.  Jérôme Savonarole: d'après les Documents Originaux (Girolamo Savonarola: According to the Original Documents), 1856, François Tommy Perrens, Paris, appendice, p. 352.
Girolamo Savonarola If he that would summon a Parliament be of the Signoria, let his head be cut off; if he be not of it, let him be proclaimed a rebel and all his goods confiscated; ... should the Signoria seek to call a Parliament ... all may cut them to pieces without sin." Sermon of July 28, 1495, which historian Ludwig Pastor calls Savonarola's "sermon against the tumultuous assemblies, misnamed parliaments, which the Medici encouraged to serve their own ends", as quoted in History of the Popes (1898) by Ludwig Pastor, vol. 5, p. 209.