1818-Archibald Mason.-The author gives the occasion and an apology for placing these discourses before the public.Read More
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An Inquiry into the Times that shall be Fulfilled at Antichrist’s Fall, and at the Church’s Entry into Her Millennial Rest.
1818-Archibald Mason.-In this first discourse, Mason carefully describes the change that will occur at the time of the fall of Antichrist and beginning of the Millennial era. This gives an interesting overview of what to expect at that time according to the Scriptures.Read More
1818-Archibald Mason.-In this second discourse, Mason describes the state and condition of the Church throughout the period of Millennial glory. It will a time of peace and purity.Read More
1818-Archibald Mason.-In this third discourse, Mason sets forth the various signs which he believes indicates the time of the Millennium is drawing near. He speculates that the Jews will soon be regathered to the promises land in anticipation for their conversion. This, he thinks, will be after a time of great trouble such as the world has never before seen.Read More
An Inquiry into the Prophetic Numbers which are Contained in the 1335 Days, Mentioned at the End of Daniel’s Prophecy.
1818-Archibald Mason.-In this fourth discourse, Mason gives a very full account of the 1335 days prior to the Millennium. While his starting date for the 1335 days is obviously wrong, his discussion is helpful and useful for the study of the timing of Bible prophecy.Read More
1818-Archibald Mason.-In this fifth discourse, Mason examines the various duties of believers in anticipation of the approach of the Millennium. In this, he discusses the duty of faith and repentance. The believer should be concerned to see this his life is conformed to the high ideals that will characterize the Millennium.Read More