HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom (PRWEB) May 24, 2013
When questioned about the signs preceding His return Jesus warned of great deception; of Christians being hated of all nations; of seismic and cosmic eruptions; and of the prophet Daniel’s forecast of an unprecedented time of trouble that if not shortened would destroy mankind. To those in Thessalonica long ago who believed the Lord’s return was imminent the apostle Paul wrote, “You must allow no one to deceive you in any way. That day cannot come until the Great Rebellion has taken place”
Despite these warnings from Jesus and Paul, Adventist groups throughout the Christian era have been announcing that the return of Jesus Christ is imminent. A Bible Study Investigation into Our Relationship to God and info “The Time of the End” is a reminder that those critical three and a half years have not yet begun. Until some awesome prophecies of which Jesus warned have been fulfilled His return cannot be imminent. In the book readers will also uncover some truths that will guide them in their spiritual journey.
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About the Author
Trevor Pope the editor of this Bible study investigation has been an independent free Bible student for some seventy years. His current beliefs on the return of Jesus Christ were formed in studies and discussions in the 1950s with Jesse Hemery, one of the most respected Bible students of his generation. Hemery printed some of his thoughts privately, but they were never professionally published. Here they are commended to all Christians interested in the Lord’s return for they offer a broader understanding of the subject than is normally available.
A Bible Study Investigation into Our Relationship to God and into “The Time of the End”
by Trevor Pope
A non-sectarian study of our Creator’s loving provision for mankind, warning of His “time of the end,” how it will start, how long it lasts, and how it ends.
Publication Date: March 25, 2013
Trade Paperback; £16.99; 446 pages; 978-1-4535-9404-9
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