The Last Days Unsealed: An Examination of the Five Major Events of the Last Seven Years which Cover the Last 42 Months of the Sixth Seal and First 42 Months of the Seventh Seal

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Agreka Books, 1999 - Religion - 198 pages
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A Provocative Examination of Imminent Last Days Events. The many Mormon latter-day myths about the last days have lulled people into a false security. They think that because the LDS Church has a living prophet, they will be warned when the tribulation is about to come. But the Lord has already told us all he intends-and this is made clear in Isaiah. People are waiting for certain preliminary signs to occur before they really start to prepare for the coming destruction, but by then it will be too late. What this book explains, with supporting scriptures, will be new to most of you. Prophesied last days events are reported that you may have never heard before-and they are presented in chronological order with a supporting chart. By knowing these things and making the necessary changes and preparations, we can survive the coming judgments. Robert Smith completed his Ph.D. in Historical Linguistics at the University of Utah, following studies at the University of Texas. He has done post-doctoral studies in Hebrew and Biblical Hebrew at the University of Utah and at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has taught at colleges in Utah and California. He is revising his first book, currently out-of-print, Scriptures of the Last Days, and expects to publish an enlarged edition in late 1999. For the past several years, he has been involved in research in Central and South American native languages--Quechua, Aymara, Proto Cholan and Nauatl. This research is to identify the language families from which they came and to confirm their relation to Asian Semitic languages. The author is also doing new translations and commentaries on the Old Testament prophetic books. Volume I of a three-volumetranslation and commentary of the twelve prophets is nearing completion.

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