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The war behind all wars will be carried on till close of time

FRIDAY MORNING MANNA                                             April 13, 2018

Nathaniel Fajardo                          email:natfajardo777@yahoo.com

Biblical Numerology: NUMBER SEVEN – Part 43

The war behind all wars will be carried on till close of time

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

God never forces the will or the conscience; but Satan’s constant resort—to gain control of those he cannot otherwise seduce—is compulsion by cruelty.”

– E. G. White, Great Controversy, p. 591, par 3.

Mr. Evolutionist, lend an ear. Humanity is sobbing non-stop, pleading, expecting, and hoping that this brand and Read more

Only Four Empires Struggle for World Dominion

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Biblical Numerology: NUMBER FOUR & FORTY– Part VII

Only Four Empires Struggle for World Dominion

Source: Daniel and the Revelation, by Uriah Smith, Ch. VII, pp. 105-147, Revision Copyrighted in 1944, 1972 by  the Southern Publishing Association.

     Daniel 7: 1. “This is the same Belshazzar mentioned in Daniel [chapter] 5. Chronologically, this chapter precedes the first chapter but chronology here is disregarded in order that the historical part of the book may stand for itself.

    “Verse 2. Daniel Relates His Own Vision. – All Scripture language is to be taken literally, unless there exists some good reason for regarding it as figurative. Read more

The Beast, His Image, and the Mark of the Beast

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Biblical Numerology: NUMBER THREE- Part XLII

 The Beast, His Image, and the Mark of the Beast

Throughout these series on end-time prophecies the word “church” refers to the host of worshippers, generally the Christian churches of America but more specifically the once-Protestant churches of once-Protestant America while “Church,” even as the secular media constantly alludes to, is the Church of Rome, or in specified instances, state churches such as the Church of England. Below we continue quoting fromThe Great Controversy by Ellen G. White, 1911 ed., pp. 443-458. Comments and emphasis by this compiler are so indicated and/or enclosed in brackets.      Read more