How extensively is this message to he proclaimed?


"To every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people!' Verse 6, first part.

What was required in order to effect this reconciliation?
Of what were the works of Abraham an evidence?
For what purpose did Christ come to this world?
2. What attitude of rivalry was the Papacy, represented by the little horn, to assume toward the Most High?
How did the Israelites in the wilderness on the sixth day prepare for the Sabbath?
What is Neander's conclusion regarding this theory?
How much did this promise comprehend?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle