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No New Posts Jesus is Coming -Blackstone

William E. Blackstone (1841-1935) would be the first to disclaim credit for any of his achievements. Blackstone wrote one of the most popular books on prophecy, simply entitled: Jesus Is Coming. Over 1 million copies have been printed since the book was first published, and it has been translated into at least 47 languages. Because of his humble nature, Blackstone would only use his initials W.E.B. as the author.

7 7 Post-Millennialism
by Michael James Stone
Aug 21, 2012 12:53:04 GMT -8
No New Posts The Redeemer's Return -Arthur Pink

Arthur Pink wrote many outstanding books on prophecy that have become classics of the faith. He spent several years preaching in America and Australia. Pink was a man of great talent, but he never achieved much success in his personal ministry. He wrote the following to a friend shortly before returning to Great Britain: "This is the chief reason why I am leaving the States. God’s blessing has been and now is upon my written ministry in a most unmistakable and gracious way; but my personal ministry through direct contact is almost a complete failure."

5 5 By The Ratification Of The Holy Spirit
by Michael James Stone
Aug 12, 2012 12:54:53 GMT -8
No New Posts Harry Ironside Articles

Harry Ironside (1876-1951) wrote more than 60 books as well as many pamphlets and articles on Bible subjects. Although he had no formal education and was never ordained, he served for more than 50 years as a home missionary, evangelist, and Bible teacher. For 18 of his 50 years of ministry, he was pastor of the Moody Memorial Church in Chicago.

3 3 Not Wrath but Rapture pt3
by Michael James Stone
Aug 23, 2012 13:14:17 GMT -8
No New Posts C.I. Scofield

yrus Ingerson Scofield (1843-1921), Bible student and author, was born in Lenawee County, Michigan, reared in Wilson County, Tennessee, and privately educated. Converted at 36, he was ordained to the congregational ministry in 1882, and served as pastor of the First Church, Dallas, Texas (1882-1895), and again (1902-1907); and of the Moody Church, Northfield, Massachusetts (1895-1902). He spent his later years lecturing on biblical subjects on both sides of the Atlantic. The work for which he is best remembered is his 1909 dispensational premillennial Scofield Reference Bible.

by Michael James Stone
Aug 5, 2012 12:02:17 GMT -8
No New Posts The Coming Prince - Sir Robert Anderson

Sir Robert Anderson was the chief inspector for Scotland Yard. He was greatly respected for his skill as an investigator. When Anderson wasn't writing on subjects related to crime, he wrote books on Christian prophecy. He helped establish the fact that 69 of Daniel's 70 weeks have now transpired, and that the tribulation will be the 70th week. Sir Robert Anderson's book, The Coming Prince, has become a foundational resource for all dispensationalists.

by Michael James Stone
Aug 15, 2012 12:34:02 GMT -8

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Featuring classic authors first, we seek out to study the sources where most End Times people have learned from or adapted from material presented by others. There has always been from wide a varied parts of the Body of Christ accurate and biblical Men of God who have studied and discussed "the End Times" we now live in.
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t: Ike permission to print your end times timeline to use in a youth group that I lead. Nov 5, 2014 8:25:50 GMT -8
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