God's Eagles By G. D. Watson
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A series of Bible expositions describing the destiny of the saints clear through all the ages, from the time of the new birth, on through life and death, translation and resurrection.God’s Eagles is a series of Bible expositions describing the destiny of the saints through all the stages of life, from the time of the new birth, through life and death, translation and resurrection. Here, too, are examinations of the judgment of the saints, the marriage supper of the Lamb, the chaining of Satan, the millennial reign, and the New Jerusalem. Popular author George D. Watson strives to present a continuous history of the saints to the final consummation of all things. Though completely orthodox throughout, some of Watson’s assertions in this book may seem a little controversial to many of today’s students of prophecy. But the study of eschatology was not as mature in his day as it is in ours. Early in the book, however, it becomes readily apparent this is completely in keeping with the main theme that permeates all his writing: entire sanctification. This book has long proven a mighty inspiration to the children of God everywhere. (#250X / 254 pages) Trade paperback.
This Schmul Publishing Co. edition is not a scanned facsimile of a used book. It has not been “updated” or edited into modern English, punctuation or grammar, but is accurate to the author’s own style and usage. It has been carefully proofread for accuracy and typeset for easier reading by today’s readers. Consequently there are no odd characters or missing text.