Second Coming of Christ

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  • Essay on Thessalonians

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    letter was to clear up some of the misunderstandings about the return of Christ. The second letters purpose was to still clear up some of the misunderstandings about the Day of the Lord for they thought the day had already come. The first letter to the Christian community was sent from Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy, though Paul was the main author. Paul was writing to them to clear up their misunderstandings about the return of Christ, also considers it as instructions in holy living. Paul wrote about

  • Analysis Of The Second Coming By William Butler Keats

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    The Apocalypse on earth has started and The Anti-Christ a beast of half-human, a half animal is rising, and the world is being pulled into the darkness of hell through the gyre. This is what the poem “The Second Coming” by William Butler Keats is about. Even though “The Second Coming” is about Revolutions, to the reader Keats was left looking at the events of the world around him and trying to take in all the violent acts of war and left with the devastation. Keats uses the narrator, the language

  • The Main Message Of The Parable For Christ's Gospel

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    disciples to be vigilant in their walk with the Lord and be ready at all times for Christ’s second coming. Be alert and treat every day as if this is the day when Christ will come. In this parable Christ represents the master of the house and the disciples represent the servants in charge of feeding the household while the master is away. Jesus’ central message to His disciples was, as representatives of Christ, the disciples had a responsibility to be faithful to Jesus and keep His Word. They were

  • Analysis Of The Second Coming By William Butler Keats

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    The Anti-Christ a beast of half-human, a half animal is rising, and the world is being pulled into the darkness of hell through the gyre. This is what the poem “The Second Coming” by William Butler Keats is about. Even though “The Second Coming” is about Revolutions, to the reader Keats is left looking at the events of the world around him and trying to take in all the violent acts of war and the devastation, that leaves him struggling to understand religion. The Poem “The Second Coming” from William

  • Essay about An Analysis of Yeats' The Second Coming

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    An Analysis of Yeats' The Second Coming Yeats' poem "The Second Coming," written in 1919 and published in 1921 in his collection of poems Michael Robartes and the Dancer, taps into the concept of the gyre and depicts the approach of a new world order. The gyre is one of Yeats' favorite motifs, the idea that history occurs in cycles, specifically cycles "twenty centuries" in length (Yeats, "The Second Coming" ln. 19). In this poem, Yeats predicts that the Christian era will soon give way apocalyptically

  • The Lord 's Second Presence

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    of our Lord 's second coming is definitely settled by the Scriptures.. The Scriptures show that his second presence was due in 1874.. This proof shows that the Lord has been present since 1874 .. The indisputable facts, therefore, show that .. the Lord 's second presence began in 1874." {WT Mar 1 1922 67-} 1874 "The Lord did not come in 1844, and the world was not burned up with fire .. this was a great disappointment to those 'holy people ' who had so confidently looked for Christ ( 'Michael ')

  • A Venomous Breed Of Atheists Essay

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    A venomous breed of Atheists, known as Antitheists, not only believe that The Bible is untrue, they believe it is evil. How they come up with a philosophical basis for calling anything inherently evil is another matter altogether. They have proudly attacked The Bible’s credibility with vitriolic attempts to discredit its accuracy as a historical document while accusing its very teaching as incoherent. But it does not stop there. People like Richard Dawkins and the late Christopher Hitchens have attacked

  • Anti Belief Of The Bible Essay

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    As in the Days of Noah Atheists known as anti-theists are those who not only don’t believe that the Bible is true, they believe it is evil. (Just how they come up with a philosophical basis for calling anything inherently evil is another matter altogether.) They proudly attack the Bible’s credibility with vitriol; on one hand discrediting the Bible as an inaccurate historical document while on the other hand accusing its very teaching as incoherent. But it doesn’t stop there. People like Richard

  • Essay Why are People Attracted to Destructive Leaders?

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    Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, Jesus Christ, Mahatma Ghandi, Lucifer; the list could go on. All these men had one thing in common; they were extraordinary leaders who gained loyal followers. These men also had several differences; the biggest being that some were destructive with their power and their ideals weren’t exactly on par with normality. Yet, what made people follow and respect the wishes of leaders

  • Who Am I? What Do I Believe? Essay

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    believe there is a God. I believe it is the God of the Bible. I believe Jesus is his son and the he is the perfect representation of God the father. 2: I believe that love is the essence of human purpose. To love God first, and to love his people second. 3: I believe this world is beautiful. Not just the flora and fauna and environment, though that is a big part of it, but also

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