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    The Second Coming of Christ D&C 1:12 12 Prepare ye, prepare ye for that which is to come, for the Lord is nigh; D&C 34:6 6 To lift up your voice as with the sound of a trump, both long and loud, and cry repentance unto a crooked and perverse generation, preparing the way of the Lord for his second coming. D&C 34:7 7 For behold, verily, verily, I say unto you, the time is soon at hand that I shall come in a cloud with power and great glory. D&C 34:8 8 And it shall be a great day

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    Latin and means “pre (before) in fulfillment.” It is expressing time fulfilled. Preterits believe that most or all of Bible prophecy has already been fulfilled in Christ and the ongoing expansion of His kingdom. They hang this belief of past-fulfillment on different verses, including the witness that Jesus and His apostles said that His coming (or presence) and the end of all things would occur soon (in that generation).” This view-point believes that, “all of Jesus’ predictions in the Olivet Discourse

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    time of Christ’s second coming are unknown, all that is for sure known, because of scripture, is that He will return and His believers should be prepared. Throughout the entire New Testament there are many mentions of Christ’s second return. The mentions are not as detailed as some people may like, but the truth is the time and details of Christ’s return remain unknown. The New Testament does guarantee that Christ will return. Even though the Bible does not say when the second coming will be it does

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    An Analysis of Yeats' The Second Coming

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    An Analysis of Yeats' The Second Coming Yeats' poem "The Second Coming," written in 1919 and published in 1921 in his collection of poems Michael Robartes and the Dancer, taps into the concept of the gyre and depicts the approach of a new world order. The gyre is one of Yeats' favorite motifs, the idea that history occurs in cycles, specifically cycles "twenty centuries" in length (Yeats, "The Second Coming" ln. 19). In this poem, Yeats predicts that the Christian era will soon give way apocalyptically

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    Drenched in a dark pessimism, and nightmarish imagery, Yeat’s intent with “The Second Coming” from a text-based perspective, is a prophetic warning to post-WWI Europe. As the narrator is personal - despite his minimal use of first person - and orates alike a prophet who’s illustrating a desolate vision he’s witnessing in real-time. The first stanza is the portrayal of his vision. A collapsing post-WWI society, sitting on and than exceeding the threshold of crisis, represented by symbolic lines such

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    1984, written by George Orwell. However, there were also those individuals who felt that the world was going to come to a rapid end if people did not learn to appreciate the things that had been given to them, as William Yeats speaks of in "The Second Coming". In both pieces, the author has a very evident fear of the future and what is to come. "The blood-dimmed tied is loosed, and everywhere the ceremony of innocence is drowned". As many currently see our society today, Yeats was in fear of what

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    William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) was a twentieth century poet who used past events to write poems about the future. Yeats had a very interesting philosophy. He combined his interests in history, art, personality, and society and wrote poems about how these subjects created conflicts in the world. Yeats used his poems and other writings to display his passion for mysticism. Yeats liked to use gyres to show how two different forces struggle against each other. In his mind, these struggles could

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    The Children of Thunder

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    people were murdered by the Helzer Brothers (Glenn and Justin) and Justin’s girlfriend, Dawn Godman. The three members named their cult The Children of Thunder and committed these murders because they believed the murders would usher in the return of Christ. The victims were 22 year old Selina Bishop, who was the daughter of the blues guitarist Elvin Bishop, Jennifer Villarin and her companion James Gamble, and a couple who have been married for 55 years, Ivan and Annette Stineman. Their bodies were

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    Armageddon-The Threat is Real

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    of Armageddon form the Bible is from the book of Revelation 16:16 speaks of a final, climactic battle at the time of the Second Coming that is centered at a place in the land of Israel called Armageddon. Because of this, the term Armageddon has come to be used as a shorthand way to label the period of conflict in which the human and spiritual forces of evil on Earth resist Christ as He returns to set up His Millennial Kingdom. (BibleStudy.org, n.d., p. 1) While the contemporary definition is any

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    Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, Jesus Christ, Mahatma Ghandi, Lucifer; the list could go on. All these men had one thing in common; they were extraordinary leaders who gained loyal followers. These men also had several differences; the biggest being that some were destructive with their power and their ideals weren’t exactly on par with normality. Yet, what made people follow and respect the wishes of leaders

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