Behold I Come Quickly

Author: Hoyt W. Brewster
Editor: Shadow Mountain
ISBN: 9781590383735
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Throughout history, the Saints of God have asked questions about the Second Coming, the signs of the times, the end of the world, Armageddon, the Millennium, and countless other aspects of the last days. In this insightful book, the author looks at the teachings of ancient and modern prophets concerning the times we live in now and the times to come. In a clear and straightforward manner, he discusses dozens of signs of the latter days and examines many specific prophecies about what has happened and what will happen--and how we can be prepared for whatever comes. A memorable, easy-to-understand portrait of the last days!

Doctrinal Insights To The Book Of Mormon Vol 1 1 Nehpi Through 2 Nephi

Author: K. Douglas Baddett
Editor: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1599550512
Size: 14,30 MB
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This magnificent compilation of the best quotes given by General Authorities and LDS scholars will ass valuable insight to your personal study. Easy-to-read foramtting, clear organization, and bite-sized nuggets of truth make this book a superb asset and a perfect addition to your gospel library.

The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit

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Last Days In Eden

Author: Ann Kelley
Editor: Luath Press Ltd
ISBN: 1910324256
Size: 14,16 MB
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She had made me envious. Strange as it might seem, I had not known envy before. Surely there must be other ways of living, I thought, not hand-to-mouth, alone, in a draughty old shack looking out at the same scene, day after day. Was this to be my future?It's 2137, and the future's dark.Sixteen-year-old Flora is scraping out a humble living, selling homegrown supplies from her late grandparents' run-down Shell Shack and keeping her illegal copy of Pride and Prejudice hidden from the terrifying Uzi soldiers.But Flora's life changes when she meets Li-li, the daughter of a powerful Rice Lord. Flora is seduced by the lavish lifestyle of her rulers, but also sees the brutality that underpins their lifestyle. What choices will she face on her last days in Eden?An innocent adrift in a world ripped apart by greed and want...The year is 2137, but the people of Eden are reduced to living in medieval fashion. The human race is deeply divided and the world has been brought to its knees by the Oil Wars and rising sea levels.Flora is trying to hold on to her humanity as her world changes forever.Costa Award winning author Ann Kelley's disturbing vision of the future has much to say about our own times.It's a disturbing, compulsive read that makes you realise that not so very much needs to shift for this to happen here. HELEN DUNMORE on RunnersThe author as artist evokes people and places with delicacy, humour and truth - a novel of outstanding beauty. COSTA AWARD JUDGES on The Bower Bird

Living Hope For The End Of Days

Author: John S. Barnett
Editor: John Barnett
ISBN: 9781933561301
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Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Editor: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1473375967
Size: 19,45 MB
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This volume contains Robert Louis Stevenson’s 1893 novel, "Catriona". It is a sequel to his previous novel "Kidnapped", and continues the story of David Balfour. In the first part of the novel, Balfour attempts to gain justice for James Stewart, who has been arrested and charged with complicity in the Appin Murder. Another kidnapping, however, foils his plans. This book constitutes a must-read for those who have enjoyed "Kidnapped", and it would make for a great addition to collections of Stevenson’s seminal work. Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson (1850 - 1894) was a famous Scottish essayist, novelist, poet, and travel writer. Some of his best known works include "Treasure Island" and "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde". Many vintage texts such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are republishing this book now, in an affordable, high-quality, modern edition. It comes complete with a specially commissioned biography of the author.

If I Never See Another Tomorrow

Author: Ashley Payne
ISBN: 1411606590
Size: 15,19 MB
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A collection of poetry on various subjects.

The Last Days Are Left Behind

Author: James Ellis
Editor: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604940344
Size: 19,97 MB
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Have you been wondering as a Christian, or non-Christian, what many think -- and expect -- will happen in the "last days" or "end times" with all the talk and focus in the headlines -- and some churches -- about our future? And with all the events taking place in the Middle East, especially Israel? And Iran? Are you confused because of various end-time scenarios and conflicting opinions promoted through popular books on prophecy, the Left Behind series, televangelists, preachers, and others speaking of a great tribulation, rapture, Armageddon, Apocalypse, the destruction of the earth, a new heaven and earth, a second coming, and a millennium? There has been an overload of teaching and information about these things over the last century -- however sincere and cloaked in good intentions -- yet with long-held and deep-seated traditions and doctrines, all borne of a lack of accurate knowledge (particularly the Hebrew and Greek) and information based on compelling evidence. Would you like to know what the Bible actually says about all these issues? For God's Word itself -- "Let Scripture Interpret Scripture" -- and the Holy Spirit are the only necessary interpreters. The Last Days Are Left Behind will challenge your thinking, help to erase the confusion, and provide clarity regarding the present-day purpose of God. Author James Ellis demonstrates end-time truth based logically on solid evidence after a linguistically accurate, biblically consistent, and intellectually honest examination of the Bible's prophetic passages and verses, the original languages -- Hebrew and Greek, the social, cultural, and historical context of Scripture, and the relevance of the audience spoken or written to in God's Word.

The Journey Of Intense Quietness

Author: Joan B. Weller
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449744532
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The Journey of Intense Quietness is a story of amazing discovery. Twenty years ago, the Lord began to open my ears, sharpen my spiritual eyesight, and increase my longing to know the Father. As I learned to be tuned to His voice within me, I was nourished by Scripture and could receive His great words of direction. Weary and stressed believer, I invite you to come with me on this path that leads through hushed, still places and along quiet byways leading to the Father. You will read simple, frank, tender stories and life lessons. Walk this trail with me, entering into an inner quietness where preoccupations no longer distract. This is a beautiful work, profound, but simple writes a friend. The words lodge inside me and transform, whether I like it or not! This book is an inspiration to anyone who is a follower of Christ. It is patient, kind, and presents itself as a way of life that is available to all who want to hear God, love Him and follow Him. Most of all, there is a supernatural sense of Gods love for us, His children, and how much he longs to be with us.

Beyond Nab End

Author: William Woodruff
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748109064
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The second volume of Woodruff's memoirs starts with his arrival in the East End of London in the early 1930s. He finds lodgings with a Cockney family in Stratford, where he shares a single bed (head to toe) with a stonebreaker. He thinks himself lucky to get a job at an iron foundry until he faces the gruelling, back-breaking work. But William is indomitable. To find his old sweetheart, he one day cycles to Berkhamstead. She's not there and he returns in a snowstorm - it takes him eight hours to reach friends in the west of London and then, after three hours sleep, another four to get to work on time. Eventually he joins a night school to 'get some learnin'; his first white collar job starts for the water board in S( Brettenham House! His studies finally take him to the Catholic Workers College (which is now Plater College), Oxford. How the foundry worker became a scholar, how war interrupted his studies - and William's concluding description of returning from war to meet the son he's never seen - is a deeply moving story.