The Prophecies


Daniel and the Revelation


Uriah Smith

"The prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost." 2 Peter 1: 21.

Table of Contents

Part 1

The Response of History

to the

Prophecies of Daniel

"Surely the Lord God will do nothing, but He revealeth His secret unto His servants the prophets." Amos 3:7                                                                                 

Part 2

The Response of History

to the

Prophecies of the Revelation of Jesus Christ


"We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts." 2 Peter 1: 19


Chapter Title    Page #
Introduction........ 337

I. The Divine Method of Prophetic Revelation.....


II. The Letters of Jesus to the Churches....


III. "Behold, I stand at the Door and Knock"...


IV. Before the Throne of God......


V. The Challenge of the Sealed Book.....


VI. Breaking the Seals on the Book of Prophecy....


VII. The Seal of the Living God...


VIII. The Collapse of the Roman Empire..

IX. The Moslem World in Prophecy.... 493

X. The World-Wide Proclamation of the Second Advent

XI. The Battle Between the Bible and Atheism.. 531
XII. The Background of Religious Intolerance... 549
XIII. The Agelong Struggle for Religious Freedom.... 561
XIV. God's Final Warning to a Wicked World.... 625
XV. Preparing the Vials of Divine Wrath... 681
XVI. Seven Plagues Devastate the Earth.... 685
XVII. A World Union of Church and State.... 707
XVIII. The Doom of Modern Babylon... 715
XIX. King of Kings and Lord of Lords... 731
XX. The World's Millennial Night..... 739
XXI. A New Heaven and a New Earth.... 755
XXII. Peace at Last..... 771



"Believe in the Lord your God, so shall ye be established; believe His prophets, so shall ye prosper." 2 Chronicles 20:20

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The Light of God's Word

O'er all the moral world, where, otherwise,

No light would come, or through its midnight gloom

No cheering ray appear, to dissipate

The darkness, God has set a guiding star-

A luminary bright--whose rays divine

Should pierce the night--the deep'ning shades dispel,

Which o'er the earth in sullen silence brood.

Nay, more, a ray of God's own brightness, sent

Direct to man from off His radiant throne;

That those who gladly should the light receive,

And follow where it led, should here enjoy

A glorious foretaste of the bliss of Heaven.

It is God's Holy Word, immutable,

Through life's bewildering maze alone can guide

The wandering traveler to eternal rest.

Without it, man were lost--lost in the deep,

Dark labyrinth of dread uncertainty-

Where doubts distract, and fearful thoughts arise–

With nought his steps to lead, save the dim lamp

Of human reason, whose misguiding flame

Would serve to make the gloom still more profound,

The darkness deeper, and more keenly felt.

But 'twas not God's design to leave man thus,

In error's devious paths, to grope his way;

So, through His Sacred Word, His will revealed,

And pointed out the narrow path, that bright

And brighter shines, e'en to the perfect day.

(From the poem "The Warning Voice of Time and Prophecy," by Uriah Smith.) ___________________________________________________________________________ Page 15


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