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Revelation of Things to Come



SKU# 9781909545182

By Robert J. Wieland

ISBN: 9781909545182 | 240 pages | Stanborough Press, dist by Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2014

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A light that shines through history's midnight, to eternity's dawn.

God has always been concerned that man should have adequate warning of events to happen in the future.

Revelation contains these warnings - a set of prophecies spanning human history from beginning to end.

This vital book describes itself as 'the Revelation of Jesus Christ,' and He is certainly its central figure. Not only does it picture Him as revealing what is to come, but it shows that He will come personally - as the only hope for a world in chaos.

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A light that shines through history's midnight, to eternity's dawn.

God has always been concerned that man should have adequate warning of events to happen in the future.

Revelation contains these warnings - a set of prophecies spanning human history from beginning to end.

This vital book describes itself as 'the Revelation of Jesus Christ,' and He is certainly its central figure. Not only does it picture Him as revealing what is to come, but it shows that He will come personally - as the only hope for a world in chaos.

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Robert J. Wieland


Robert J. Wieland was a retired missionary and an ordained minister. He served the church in varying capacities for over 50 years.

Born into a Lutheran home, he discovered the Sabbath truth while attending Sunday School at a Presbyterian church when he was in High School. After attending Southern Junior College for two years, he had to withdraw when he could not pay his tuition. He later went on to attend Washington Missionary College, and it was there that he discovered the beauty of the gospel by reading The Glad Tidings, by E. J. Waggoner. His love for these truths met with opposition, and he was told that there was no place “in the work” for him. As a result, he colporteured for a short time, with little success, and it was then that the General Conference publishing director helped him eventually find a position pastoring a small church. From there, he went on to become a missionary in Africa.

In the 1950’s, he, along with Donald K. Short, first started to raise the General Conference’s consciousness about the church’s rejection of the message of Righteousness by Faith, as proclaimed by E. J. Waggoner and A. T. Jones at the 1888 General Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Since then, Wieland and Short (who is now deceased) have continued to proclaim this message, ultimately publishing the book 1888 Re-Examined in 1987. In addition to this book, he has also published over 20 other books, including Corporate Repentance, In Search of the Cross, and Grace on Trial.

He passed away in 2011 at the age of 95.