Watchman's Guide to End Time Repentance: Large Print Edition

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Scripture consistently communicates what God requires of His people for them to inherit the coming Kingdom of God. Yahweh, the God of the Bible, is the best communicator to His people, no one is better. His word is straight forward and clear. All Scripture is true and Yahweh says what He means. He also states that He has not written us anything that we cannot read and understand. This includes what Yahweh expects of His people in the "Time of the End," when He is preparing to return and establish His kingdom on ...
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Overview

Scripture consistently communicates what God requires of His people for them to inherit the coming Kingdom of God. Yahweh, the God of the Bible, is the best communicator to His people, no one is better. His word is straight forward and clear. All Scripture is true and Yahweh says what He means. He also states that He has not written us anything that we cannot read and understand. This includes what Yahweh expects of His people in the "Time of the End," when He is preparing to return and establish His kingdom on earth. In addition to His requirement of repentance there are specific things we must do in the "Time of the End." Now is the time to turn away from the teachings and traditions of Man and turn in obedience to Yahweh and His commands.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477577202
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/31/2012
  • Edition description: Large Print
  • Pages: 166
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard H. Perry, author of the books The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Last Days, Of The Last Days: Listen, I Tell You A Mystery, The Time Has Come: Our Journey Begins and the website www.lastdaysmystery.info He has studied the Bible for twenty-eight years. His particular focus has been on the Time of the End and the return of the Messiah, called the Christ. In addition to the Bible, his research has led him to consult over 170 eschatological works published over the last 300 years including writings from Sir Isaac Newton to the popular Christian author Tim LaHaye. Perry's primary source is the Bible, and he guides his readers to an understanding of the Time of the End by showing how Scripture interprets Scripture. His interpretation of Time of the End and the Second Coming Scripture is similar to that of scholars George Eldon Ladd, Robert Gundry and Marvin Rosenthal. Richard and his wife reside in North Georgia where he frequently speaks and teaches on the topic of the End Time. He has studied at Elim Bible Institute and holds Bachelor of Science degree from Rochester Institute of Technology.
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