The signs mentioned by Christ in the Gospel which should be the foreshewers of this terrible day, are almost all fulfilled.'" During World War I, The Weekly Evangel, an official publication of the Assemblies of God, carried this prediction: "We are not yet in the Armageddon struggle proper, but at its commencement, and it may be, if students of prophecy read the signs aright, that Christ will come before the present war closes, and before Armageddon...
Münster became a frightening dictatorship under Bockelson's control.
Love isn’t a word thrown around lightly when casually dating.
Let’s consider the signs, to see where you might be. This isn’t always the case, but there’s a chance that if you’re casually dating, you have a friend who’s also single, and you’re having sex on occasion.
Even after Luther's death in 1546, Lutheran leaders kept up the claim of the nearness of the end.
About the year 1584, a zealous Lutheran named Adam Nachenmoser wrote the large volume '[Prognosticum Theologicum]' in which he predicted: "In 1590 the Gospel would be preached to all nations and a wonderful unity would be achieved.This article does not include predictions by authors of sacred texts.