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I read your booklet, Restoring Apostolic Christianity. It touched me, because for several years I have prayed that God put in willing minds and hearts how He wants to be worshiped. Not man's opinions or traditions, but His will be done. I have felt something was missing for so long. Your booklet interested me deeply, and I would love to read more.

E.G., Boaz, AL

I want to thank you for helping my mother. She has been receiving your magazine for a couple of issues now. Just last month, my mother lost her job. And if it hadn't been for your magazine, Mom probably would have gone crazy. After she lost her job, she started reading your magazines and studying her Bible. And it has really helped her in her time of need. Mom has really enjoyed your magazine, so I am asking you if you would please send it to me, too.

T.M., Jacksonville, IL

I am truly blessed by Tomorrow's World literature that I have been receiving. My prayers were answered when my blinders were taken off by the power of God through our literature. I have just finished reading your booklet, Is This the Only Day of Salvation? I often wondered about the unsaved, but could not find any answer that I knew in my heart to be true. Now I know. Please continue to instruct me.

L.M., Farmers Branch, TX

I cannot express my gratitude for the peace and joy your Bible Study Course has given me. You do not make "the father's house a house of merchandise." Thank you all for helping me to look more carefully at the Word of God.

<p class="letterAuthor>J.B., Lakeside Park, KY</p> </div> <div class=" editorletter"="">

Just a note of appreciation for the Tomorrow's World booklets, which I have been receiving for some time now. When I receive a new one, I can hardly put it down until I have gone through it. I really enjoy the instructive information I get from them. Thank you so much. I am a 90-years-of-age mother, who wants her oldest son, 67 years of age, to be introduced to your publications.The first time I discovered Tomorrow's World was when I was just flicking through the Christian channels on TV, and your program caught my eyes. It has been such a blessing to me that things I do not understand in my Bible can be answered on your telecast and Web site. I have ordered various booklets concerning end-time events, and what puzzles me is that practically most of the world nations will have a part to play in the events to come, but why hasn't Africa been mentioned? I would really like to know where as a continent Africa stands.

T.M., Irvine, Scotland, United Kingdom

Editor's Note: Of the more than 200 world nations recognized at present, many will be little more than peripheral players in the final end-time events, when several dominant world powers will have emerged out of end-time economic turmoil. By the time of Christ's return, even the United States, long a dominant superpower, will be no more than a vassal state, subservient to European power. From Scripture we can infer that some nations in northern and eastern Africa will be part of, or allied with, the "King of the South"—but we do not know the exact configuration of that alliance. Of course, we know that African nations will be blessed in the Millennium; we even read in Ezekiel that, "Israel will be one of three with Egypt and Assyria—a blessing in the midst of the land, whom the Lord of hosts shall bless, saying, 'Blessed is Egypt My people, and Assyria the work of My hands, and Israel My inheritance'" (vv. 24–25). But even today, all who are "spiritual Israel"—converted Christians from all nations, who obey God and live His way—can share in His blessings.


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