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...The war preliminary to Armageddon, it seems, has commenced." The founder of the Calvary Chapel system, Chuck Smith, published the book End Times in 1979.Casual dating is a marvelous way of getting to know all kinds of people, without having to feel tied down to anyone until you’re absolutely ready. That being said, it is important to remember that your dynamic with anyone, regardless of who it is, won’t be as intense or committed as in a serious relationship.Serious relationships tend to be monogamous and long-term—or at least conducted with that intention in mind.Although all Lutherans and Catholics were expelled from that city, the millennium never came." In volume II of The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers, author Leroy Edwin Froom tells us about a prominent Anglican prelate, who made a relevant prediction: "Edwin Sandys (1519–1588), Archbishop of York and Primate of England was born in Lancashire...
Now if this reasoning be correct, as there can be little doubt that the one thousand two hundred and sixty days concluded in the year 1792, and the thirty additional days in the year 1823, we are already entered upon the last days, and the ordinary life of a man will carry many of us to the end of them.
On the jacket of his book, Smith is called a "well known Bible scholar and prophecy teacher." In this book he wrote: As we look at the world scene today, it would appear that the coming of the Lord is very, very, close. It could be that the Lord will wait for a time longer.
If I understand Scripture correctly, Jesus taught us that the generation which sees the 'budding of the fig tree', the birth of the nation Israel, will be the generation that sees the Lord's return; I believe that the generation of 1948 is the last generation.
If this be so, it gives to the subject with which we have introduced this year's ministry a very great importance indeed. Rutherford, who succeeded Russell as president of the Watch Tower Society, predicted that the Millennium would begin in 1925, and that biblical figures such as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and David would be resurrected as "princes".
Charles Taze Russell, the first president of the Watch Tower Society, calculated 1874 as the year of Christ's Second Coming, and taught that Christ was invisibly present and ruling from the heavens since that year. The Watch Tower Society bought property and built a house, Beth Sarim, in California for their return.
The last days would then be close at hand." Nachenmoser offered numerous conjectures about the date; 1635 seemed most likely.