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Destruction of Modern Jerusalem

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Manipol, Willie M



ISBN-13: 9781572585461

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Table of Contents


Preface ........................................................... vii
Introduction (By E.G. White)
Chapter 1 The Destruction of Jerusalem
Chapter 2 Jesus Christ Prophecy
Chapter 3 Who is Modern Jerusalem?
Chapter 4 Warning to Modern Jerusalem!
Chapter 5 Ancient and Modern-Parallelism
Chapter 6 Modern Jerusalem Not Babylon
Chapter 7 Philadelphia vs. Laodicea
Chapter 8 The New World Order
Chapter 9 Remnant Will Escape
Chapter 10 Destruction of Modern Jerusalem

Book Description


"The Saviour's prophecy concerning the visitation of judgments upon Jerusalem is to have another fulfillment, of which that terrible scene was but a faint shadow.—4 Spirit of Prophecy, p. 37 "Modern Israel are in greater danger of forgetting God and being led into idolatry than were His ancient people."—1 Testimonies, p. 609 "The desolation in the days of Jeremiah is a solemn warning to modern Jerusalem."—Prophets and Kings, p. 417 "As He warned His disciples of Jerusalem's destruction, giving them a sign of the approaching ruin that they might make their escape, so He has warned His people of the day of final destuction, and given them sign of its approach, that all who will may flee from the wrath to come. Those who behold the promised signs are to "know that it is near, even at the door."—4 Spirit of Prophecy, p. 39 The Destruction of Modern Jerusalem is a compilation of Bible and Spirit of Prophecy quotations that are relevant to the issues facing modern Jerusalem/Israel of today–the Seventh-day Adventist church. It is hoped that this humble work will awaken the ten virgins in the church when the final loud cry is given. "And at midnight was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him." (Matthew 25:6)—Willie Manipol






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