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A Premillenialist View of Our Lord's Return
by Arthur W. Pink




Reprint Edition
Revival Literature, 2003, 296 pgs.
Price $13.00 USD (softcover only)

"'This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.  For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy.'  'Men shall be lovers of their own selves' -- two things, closely connected, are referred to: selfishness and egotism.  Self-lovers!  Was there ever a time when there was so much self-seeking and self-pleasing, and so little self-sacrifice by professing Christians?  "Covetous" -- money-lovers.  What fortunes are now amassed by those who claim to be not their own but bought with a price!

Our average church-member is as greedy and grasping as the worlding.  "Boasters"--intellectual boasting--laying claim to the possession of a wisdom and scholarship unknown to our forefathers; ecclesiastical boasting, evidenced in denomination pride; and what is most obnoxious of all, spiritual boasting--the profession of superior piety, the advertising of a "victorious life," baptism of the Spirit," "sinless perfection," etc.  "Proud"--proud of their culture, liberality and broadmindedness."



  1. The Necessity of the Redeemer's Return
  2. The Hope of the Redeemer's Return
  3. The Fact of the Redeemer's Return
  4. The Time of the Redeemer's Return
  5. The Imminency of the Redeemer's Return
  6. The Signs of the Redeemer's Return
  7. The Beneficiaries of the Redeemer's Return
  8. The Churchward Results of the Redeemer's Return
  9. The Worldward Results of the Redeemer's Return
  10. The Consummation of the Redeemer's Return
  11. Conclusion



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