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The Story of Daniel the Prophet
     

The Story of Daniel the Prophet

by Stephen Nelson Haskell
 

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In the Story of Daniel the Prophet, a few of the interesting facts in regard to God's dealings with His people have been gathered into a simple narrative. The book is the result of much prayerful study. It is sent forth with an earnest prayer, that in the hands of the parents it may be the means of making the study of the Bible in the family a blessing to young and

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In the Story of Daniel the Prophet, a few of the interesting facts in regard to God's dealings with His people have been gathered into a simple narrative. The book is the result of much prayerful study. It is sent forth with an earnest prayer, that in the hands of the parents it may be the means of making the study of the Bible in the family a blessing to young and old; and that the teacher in the schoolroom may see precious rays of light flashing from its pages, pointing both teacher and pupil to the Great Divine Teacher. God grant that as it falls into the hands of the careless and unbelieving, they may be influenced to read, and as they read, may behold the beauty of our God, and be led to worship toward His holy temple. We trust that while its simplicity will attract many who might not be inclined to read a deep argumentative treatise: the most studious will find food for thought, and thus become better acquainted with the character of our Heavenly Father. We earnestly pray that even the skeptic may not cast this book aside; but rather give it a careful reading, and while tracing the fulfilled prophecy in the history of the world, learn to prize the Word of God.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781495384837
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/30/2014
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.34(d)

Meet the Author

When twenty-two year old Stephen N Haskell first talked with a Sabbath-keeping Adventist, he declared, "If you want to keep that old Jewish Sabbath, you can do so, but I never shall." But later that day in 1853 the Sabbath keeper, William Saxby, invited Haskell to his home, and explained the heavenly sanctuary and the three messages of Revelation 14. Haskell left Saxby's home deeply troubled, but after further study and prayer decided to follow the plain teachings of the Bible. During the next sixty-seven years Haskell served as an Adventist evangelist, church administrator, missionary, writer, and Bible teacher. In 1914 he published his most famous book, The Cross and Its Shadow, to help others understand the meaning of the sanctuary and its role of pointing to Christ.

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