Pestilence in Prophecy – George P Ritter – Good News Magazine

Pestilence in Prophecy – George P Ritter – Good News Magazine

Pestilence in Prophecy

War, famine and disease: mankind’s three worst enemies. Much has been written about the first two. We are familiar with the chilling facts, statistics and pessimistic prognostications telling us about the possibilities of some future nuclear holocaust or worldwide food shortages. But what about disease? What does Bible prophecy have to say about the future? Will the human race ever be free from the curse of the grim reaper? Or will mankind once again be engulfed in a tidal wave of disease epidemics that will rival the worst ones of history? The world has yet to see the last of widespread disease epidemics. That, in effect, was what Jesus Christ told His disciples in the pivotal Olivet prophecy recorded in Matthew 24 and Luke 21. Right along with wars and famine came pestilence: …

Pestilence in Prophecy

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About Herbert W Armstrong

Herbert W. Armstrong (July 31, 1892 – January 16, 1986) founded the Worldwide Church of God in the late 1930s, as well as Ambassador College in 1946, and was an early pioneer of radio and tele-evangelism, originally taking to the airwaves in the 1930s from Eugene, Oregon. Mr. Armstrong preached an eclectic set of theological doctrines and teachings that came directly from the Bible. His teachings included the interpretation of biblical prophecy and taught observance of God’s Laws, Sabbath (Saturday), and the Biblical “Holy Days”.
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