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Identifier: ourdayinlightofp00spic (find matches)
Title: Our day in the light of prophecy and providence
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Spicer, William Ambrose, 1866-
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Publisher: Oshawa, Ont., Canadian Watchman Press
Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto
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o the ears of men: If thou hadstknown, even thou, at least in this thy day, the things whichbelong unto thy peace! Luke 19:42. Part II Having foretold the destruction of Jerusalem, and givento the believers signs by which they might find deliverancein the day of its overthrow, Christ yet more fully answeredthe second part of the disciples question, What shall be thesign of Thy coming, and of the end of the world? Matt.24:3. * Apollonius, the friend and counselor of Titus, left a similar testimony tothe latters conviction that there was something supernatural about the forcesof destruction let loose upon Jerusalem : After Titus had taken Jerusalem,and when the country all round was filled with corpses, the neighboring racesoffered him a crown ; but he disclaimed any such honor to himself, saying thatit was not he himself that had accomplished this exploit, but that he hadmerely lent his arms to God, who had so manifested His wrath.—Philos-tratus, Life of Apollonius, hook 6, chap. 29.
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THE CATACOMBSNEAR ROME In these underground passages persecutedChristians found a hiding place, held theirservices, and buried their dead. Signs of the Approaching End 73 The Period of Tribulation Quickly He passed to the events of the latter days. Butfirst He sketched, in a few words, the tribulations throughwhich His church was to pass during the intervening centu-ries. Daniel the prophet had written of this experience, fore-telling the long period during which the papal power was towear out the saints of the Most High. Dan. 7:25. Ofthese times, Christ said in His prophetic discourse: Then shall be great tribulation, such as was not sincethe beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.And except those days should be shortened, there should noflesh be saved: but for the elects sake those days shall beshortened. Matt. 24:21, 22. It is evident that Christ referred to the time of tribulationforetold by Daniel, not to the trials attending the flight ofthe Christians from J

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