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THE ENSIGN MESSAGE

WHERE DID THE TWELVE APOSTLES GO?

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WHEN Paul preached the gospel at Rome, where was Peter? Why is the Book of Acts strangely silent about the twelve apostles after their departure from Palestine? Here, revealed at last, is one of history’s best-kept secrets! WHY HAS the truth about the journeys of the twelve apostles been kept from public knowledge? You read…

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A JUDGEMENT FROM HELL

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CHRISTIANS who believe that homosexuality is a sin, and who are not prepared to mislead children in their care, regarding this, are unfit, it seems, to foster children. This is the judgement of two High Court justices, Lord Justice Munby and Mr Justice Beatson, in a precedent-setting case interpreting the Sexual Orientation Regulations which were…

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NO “SECRET RAPTURE” IN SCRIPTURE

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THE RAPTURE Introduction THERE is great uncertainty amongst the children of God concerning the Second Coming of Christ and in which time relationship this glorious event stands with regard to the Rapture and the Tribulation. Will the Christian believers be raptured by the Lord and taken into heaven before the Great Tribulation comes upon the…

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WHO KILLED CHRIST?

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WHAT saith the Holy Scriptures? Being a treatise on the Bible account of Jesus’ death on Calvary’s Cross, and the true identity of those who hated and crucified our LORD. In any murder investigation, the authorities usually seek answers to the following questions: Were there any previous attempts to kill the deceased, and if so,…

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CHRISTMAS IN ZIMBABWE

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(Formerly of Zimbabwe, now living in Brixham, Devon) The only really recognisable part of Christmas was at St. Paul’s. No, not Big Brother on Ludgate Hill, but his minion in Marlborough, Zimbabwe. With an enthusiastic congregation and Junior Church, a full programme of worship was always held, starting with a Crib Service (ostensibly for the…

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