What was to follow the great earthquake?
"And the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood." Same verse, latter part.
NOTE - This refers to the dark day and night of May 19, 17801 when the darkness and gloom
were such as to give the general impression that the day of judgment was at hand. See readings on pages 9,
16. How did Christ reprove those who, though familiar with the letter of the Scriptures, failed to understand them?
What does Christ thus become to the believer?
What saved the people from the predicted overthrow?
Upon whom is God's fury to be poured?
Why did God reprove Eli?
Where are the Ten Commandments recorded?
If John, therefore, referred to a day of the week, on what day must he have been in the Spirit?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle