Crucial Questions On Christ's Return
Common questions regarding Bible prophecy

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If you have found this series of introduction to prophetic matters helpful, you may like to read or listen to parts 20-24 of the Ezekiel study series:

Also of interest will be the series of studies on the subject of Heaven, entitled 'Glimpses Of Glory'.

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Countdown To Apocalypse, by Pastor Denis Lyle
Denis Lyle is the former Pastor of the Iron Hall Assembly, now ministering at Lurgan Baptist Church, N. Ireland. In this helpful book he shows how to find God's plan for our future from the Scriptures.

As history plunges on shaped by war, economic instability, political uncertainty, and threats of complete destruction, God tells man what to expect. This books seeks to unlock the Bible prophesies that countdown to the Lord's return, showing that the countdown to Apocalypse has already begun.

Available to order from amazon.com and www.icmbooks.co.uk - 208 pages.

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