When did the stars fall, as here predicted?

Answer

November 13,1833.
NOTE - On the morning of November 13, 1833, there occurred the most wonderful exhibition of
shooting stars the world has ever seen. Those who witnessed it, says Professor Olmsted, the celebrated
astronomer of Yale College, "probably saw the greatest display of celestial fireworks that has ever been
since the creation of the world, or at least within the annals covered by the pages of history." The extent of
this shower, he says, was such as to cover no inconsiderable part of the earth's surface." And, like the
darkening of the sun and moon, it was considered by many who saw it as "the harbinger of the coming of
the Son of man."
 


In contrast with the pride and self-exaltation exhibited by Satan, what spirit did Christ manifest?
What record answers to this prophecy?
How intimate is His union with believers?
What is the essential principle of the law of God?
What is the result of willful sin?
How does this association regard the Catholic Church on this point?
Will the world be prepared to meet Him?

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