Apocalypse: The Coming Judgment of the Nations by Grant R. Jeffrey

By Grant R. Jeffrey

Written in layman's phrases via prophecy instructor furnish Jeffrey, Apocalypse may also help you realize the interesting and mysterious prophecies inside the booklet of Revelation.

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17 We will return to Lewis’s description in chapter 6. Or again, Hay relates the story of someone who had a spiritual experience at home. The person testified: The experience itself is very difficult to describe. It took me completely by surprise. I was about to start shaving at the time, of all things. I felt that my soul was literally physically shifted—for quite a number of seconds, perhaps 15 or 20—from the dark into the light. €. I must stress here that prior to this experience, I never used to use the words such as “soul” or “salvation” or any such “religiously coloured” words.

I must stress here that prior to this experience, I never used to use the words such as “soul” or “salvation” or any such “religiously coloured” words. But in order to make even the slightest sense of what happened to me, I find it imperative to use them. ╯Hay, Something There, 14. €S. Lewis, Surprised by Joy (New York: Harcourt, Brace, & World / Harvest Books, 1955), 180–81. ╯Hay, Something There, 15. 19 We will take this up in the next chapter. Or to reference Hay again, As a child (not younger than 6, not older than 8) I had an experience which nowadays I consider as kindred, if not identical with those experiences related by Wordsworth in Prelude, Bk I, lines 379–400.

I must stress here that prior to this experience, I never used to use the words such as “soul” or “salvation” or any such “religiously coloured” words. But in order to make even the slightest sense of what happened to me, I find it imperative to use them. ╯Hay, Something There, 14. €S. Lewis, Surprised by Joy (New York: Harcourt, Brace, & World / Harvest Books, 1955), 180–81. ╯Hay, Something There, 15. 19 We will take this up in the next chapter. Or to reference Hay again, As a child (not younger than 6, not older than 8) I had an experience which nowadays I consider as kindred, if not identical with those experiences related by Wordsworth in Prelude, Bk I, lines 379–400.

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