I Shall Come Again

by Hushidar Hugh Motlagh

Publisher: Hushidar Hugh Motlagh

Publication Date: May 11, 2015

ISBN: 9781301347766

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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That is the day when I come like a thief. Happy the man who stays awake.
Christ (Rev. 16:15)
Do not let Him find you sleeping. What I say to you, I say to everyone: “Watch!”
Christ (Mark 13:36)
Did you know that the Bible contains 16 time prophecies concerning the year of the Second Advent? No wonder so many scholars discovered the same date. Did you also know that all those 16 prophecies point to the same year: 1844? Bahá’ís believe that the promise of the Second Advent has already been fulfilled, precisely as predicted. Christ did return in 1844, “like a thief,” in a way that the News of His coming did not draw much attention. And as the Book of Revelation predicts, God gave Him a new name: Bahá’u’lláh, meaning the Glory of God.
Obviously we expect you to be very skeptical, but we invite you to stay spiritually awake, to “watch,” to pay close attention, and to investigate this most glorious News. How can you do this? Start your search by examining the evidence presented in I Shall Come Again, the first of a six-volume series on the fulfillment of biblical prophecies by Bahá’u’lláh, the Glory of God.
I Shall Come Again, written after three decades of research, takes you step by step through 16 prophecies that point to 1844, and hundreds of other prophecies, concerning the return of Christ. It proves how these prophecies, without exception, were fulfilled by Bahá’u’lláh (the Glory of God) and His martyred Herald, the Báb (the Gate), who appeared in 1844. I Shall Come Again is one of the most fascinating books of our time. If you have faith in God’s promises and a desire to know the truth, you will receive incomparable joy and hope from reading it.
Imagine if the News of the Return of Jesus is true and you choose not to investigate and not to know Him! Imagine also if the News of His Return is true and your investigation leads you to recognize Him!
I shall come again and receive you to myself, so that where I am you may ...