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The Return of Jesus Christ: What Does the Bible Really Say?
     

The Return of Jesus Christ: What Does the Bible Really Say?

by Richard F. Salmon
 
An introduction to the events leading up to, and covering, the return of the Lord Jesus Christ, His Millenial reign on earth, and Eternity – as prophesied in the Holy Bible.

Overview

An introduction to the events leading up to, and covering, the return of the Lord Jesus Christ, His Millenial reign on earth, and Eternity – as prophesied in the Holy Bible.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412054843
Publisher:
Trafford Publishing
Publication date:
07/19/2005
Pages:
140
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.33(d)

Meet the Author

Richard Salmon, the youngest of three brothers, was born in the village of Havenstreet on the Isle of Wight in 1951. He went to Sunday School at St. Peters Church of England, Havenstreet, and later served at the alter until the age of about thirteen. Even at a young age he believed that God existed and that Jesus was the Son of God who came to earth as man - that He died on the cross, rose from the dead and ascended back into heaven. The problem was, he never understood why!

He left school at the age of fourteen and started a boat building apprenticeship. But his thoughts were of distant lands and travelling the world.

After a brief spell in the Royal Marines and a short time back at boat building, at the age of seventeen he went to sea in the Merchant Navy. This was the start of a downward spiral into the depths of sin and, ultimately, his deep conviction that all was not well with his soul. As Richard says in his book: While I was a deck hand in my teens on a Merchant ship docked in St. John, Newfoundland, an elderly Christian man came aboard and gave me a New Testament. It was like handing me a time bomb! . . . the New Testament that he gave me was what the Spirit of God used to convict me that I was not right with God and that hell awaited the pleasure of my company.

It was not until two years later, in New Zealand, that Richard finally surrendered himself to Christ and received forgiveness of sins and eternal life. He was twenty years old.

Now, in his fifties and with well over thirty years of Christian experience behind him, Richard is happily married to his wife Jane. They live in Newport on the Isle of Wight, England, where theyfellowship with other Christians at Bethany Evangelical Church. He occasionally preaches and ministers the word of God.

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