"The Great Controversy"


"Where the Bible Ends; an Amazing Story Began"

What happened when the Bible ended? What happened to the people of God? and to the Bible? What were the forces at work that tried to destroy both?

In the book, Great Controversy this story is told. Four thousand years of history are given us in the Bible. But a powerful story began when the Bible ended. A story that would affect the people of God to the end of time. Paul had been beheaded in 64 A.D. by Nero. and Peter was crucified soon after. Only the aged John was left to pen his books on the isle of Patmos.

Violent forces were gathering that would soon seek to sweep away Christianity altogether. In the last week before His death. Jesus predicted the holocaust that was coming: and, in urgent words He foretold the massive destruction of Jerusalem, the ages of persecution that were to follow, and the crises of our own time.

The powers of earth and hell arrayed themselves against Christ in the person of His followers. And a systematic effort to blot out the church began. But in vain were Satan's efforts to destroy it by violence. For by death they conquered. Their wonderful message penetrated even into regions inaccessible by the eagles of Rome. "You may kill us, torture us, condemn us . . Your injustice is the proof that we are innocent . . Nor does your cruelty avail you . . The oftener we are mowed down by you, the more in number we grow, the blood of Christians is seed!" Tertulltan, to the Emperor Septimius Severus, c. 206 A.D., quoted in chapter two of Great Controversy.

But a century later, Satan introduced a new tactic to devastate the church of God and though rarely mentioned, it is still destroying churches and Christian families today. Come, view the powerful coverage of this unusual book and the stories around it!

The First Edition of Great Controversy 1858

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