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Dear Amazing Facts, MIQ Teens, Question Response Team, Are the 1843 and 1844 charts used by William Miller to explain Bible Prophecy, (such as the 2300 Day / Year Prophecy ,2520 Prophecy etc.) same charts or different charts. Thanks, Gershom
Dear Amazing Facts, MIQ Teens, Question Response Team, Are the 1843 and 1844 charts used by William Miller to explain Bible Prophecy, (such as the 2300 Day / Year Prophecy, 2520 Prophecy etc.) same charts or different charts. Thanks, Gershom
Since I have read te book of Revalation, I know it is full of prophecies and many of them have been fulfilled, but which has not yet been fulfilled.
Today I was reading Hebrews 10, and it talked about willfully sinning. I know that it's wrong to sin willfully, but I'm afraid I didn't understand correctly what God was trying to explain about that type of sin. Is it all over for you if you willfully sin? I thought that even if you mess up after hearing the truth, you still have a chance. But what I read today seems to say otherwise. (See specifically Hebrews 10: 26-31) Thanks for any help in advance.
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