Mather's Theological Compendium Paperback
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Mather's Theological Compendium
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These are exciting times to be living in. It is just before Jesus Christ returns to be the King of kings and Lord of lords. There are many signs that point to this, and I discuss a few of them in this book.
I'm not going to tell you when this happens, because Jesus didn't know when he was here on earth. He said it was not for us to know. But I'm sure He knows now, as He sits at the right hand of God the Father.
One of the ways we know that the time is near is that knowledge has increased dramatically in the last fifty years. Ultimately it all points to God as the creator of the universe. We have the internet to dispense our knowledge, and it is pretty much worldwide. This is one of the ways that an imposter known as the Anti-Christ will take over a worldwide government that has been established and set up his own regime. Everyone will know this is their leader, because it will be broadcast by satellite.
My advice is to read this book to decipher what the Bible says about these exciting times we are living in. As one of my favorite contemporary Christian music groups, Whiteheart, said in the title of one of their albums, "Read the book, don't wait for the movie."
Mather's Theological Compendium by Dennis Mather was published by WestBow Press in March 2014. The ISBN for Mather's Theological Compendium is 9781490821344.
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Details for Mather's Theological Compendium
|Author / Artist||Dennis Mather|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||WestBow Press (March 2014)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||13th September 2017|