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The "Three Messages of Revelation 14:6-12," which was written by John Nevins Andrews in 1860, is a study of what the symbols of Revelation mean (with emphasis on the two-horned beast). This early Advent book examines the three angel's message of Revelation 14, their timing, and meaning and the role of the United States in Bible prophecy. Chapter include "Time When the Proclamations of Rev. 14 are Made," "The Proclamation of the First Angel," "The Proclamation of the Second Angel," "The Fall of Babylon," "The Proclamation of the Third Angel," "The Two-Horned Beast," "The Work of the Two-Horned Beast," "The Penalty Threatened by the Third Angel," and "Chronology of the Third Angel." The Bible is full of the references to the second coming of the Savior and the events of the great day of God. The language of the inspired writers expresses in the most vivid manner the awful and terrific scenes of that day in which God arises from His place to punish the inhabitants of the earth. God always warns before He sends His judgments. As He warned Sodom and Gomorrah before sending fire and brimstone and the antediluvian world through Noah before the flood, even so today He is sending a message of warning. In "Three Messages of Revelation 14:6-12," author and Biblical scholar John Nevins Andrews presents the three angel's message which is being heralded around the world.
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John Nevins Andrews (1829-1883) born July 22nd, was the son of Edward Andrews, a believer in the Advent message who lived in Paris, Maine. Soon after the disappointment of 1844, the Sabbath truth came to the Andrews home through T M Preble's article in The Hope of Israel, and seventeen-year-old John believed at once. A few years later he was traveling with Elder and Mrs James White, preaching and writing. His contribution as a writer matched his other achievements. Beginning as a corresponding editor of the Review and Herald, he produced a large quantity of periodical and book material. He was on the editorial staff of the Signs of the Times from 1875 to 1881. Elder Andrews at once became prominent, and later served as president of the General Conference, 1867-1869. He became the first Seventh-day Adventist foreign missionary by going to Switzerland in 1874, to preach, write, and organize the Central European Mission. He was founder and editor of Les Signes des Temps. He died in Basle, Switzerland on Oct 21, 1883.
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