IN MILLENNIUM - TIMES OF RESTITUTION BEGUN

 

(A study by a few brethren in. Chicago who prefer to remain a anonymous.)

 

(This item is being reprinted.  It originally had 23½ pages.  To cut down reprinting cost it is now condensed.  Nothing is omitted, but the condensed study will require very careful attention and concentration that the directions not be misunderstood.  The extra effort will reward the student with information from the Pastor's pen that will be a satisfaction to the heart and head.)  NOTE:  A = Millennium.  B = Restitution.  C = Seventh Day.

 

VOLUME ONE – 1952 EDITION

 

A:      Though in this work . . . the pure in heart."   Page 10, par. 2.

 

A:      Succeeding chapters. . . dawning Millennial Day."  Page 63, par. 1, last sentence.

 

A:      "But God's plan . . . light of God to men."  Page 86, par. 2, first three lines.

 

B:      "And he shall send .   of all things."  Page 89, par. 1, first three lines.

 

C:      "For God has . . during the seventh thousand."  Page 94, par. 1, last sentence.

 

A & B:        "The Apostle informs . . restitution of all things."  Page 94, par. 3, first six lines.

 

A:      "Hence his plan   . thousand years of his presence."  Page 105, par. 2, last sentence.

 

A:      "Let those of the Church . . its glory and blessing."  Page 113, par. 3, last sentence.

 

C:      "According to the plan. . . consequences by Jesus Christ."  Page 167, par. 1, starting        with line ten.

 

A:      "Now, however . . . in the light of the dawning day."  Page 218, top, last sentence.

 

A & B:        "A 'harvest' constitutes. . . Millennial age beginning."  Page 224, par. 2, first   sentence.

 

A:      "Another thought.   reign of Messiah."  Page 336, par. 2, first 9 lines.

 

A & B:        "The partial lifting of the veil. . . perfection and everlasting life."  Page 338, par: 1.

 

A:      "If all is not . . . above other times."  Page 346, par. 2, last sentence.

 

VOLUME TWO – 1955 EDITION

 

A & C:        "The Bible chronology . . entered the great Seventh Day."  Author's 1916      Foreword.  Page viii, par. 2, first two sentences; par. 3, 8th and 9th lines.

 

A:      "And the very fact. . . wise should understand."  Page 18, par. 2, second sentence.

 

A:      "They awaited . . and dispensation dawns."  Page 23, par. 2, last sentence.

 

A:      "Let none, then, . . changes now occurring."  Page 31, par. 1, third sentence.

 

A & C:  "In this chapter . . under the whole heavens."  Page 33, par. 1.

 

C:      The Bible by . . seventh millennium."  Page 38, top, begin line 8.

 

A, B & C:  "Here we furnish.   . faith and obedience."  Page 39, par. 2.

 

          "The Apostle Peter intimates . . seventh day in God's reckoning." Page 40, par. 1,   second sentence.

 

          "This calls to mind. . . cheer to the saints."  Page 40, par. 2, second sentence.

 

A & C:  "Nor is the pointing out of the seventh epoch, or Millennium, the only clue of       chronology."  Page 41, par. 2, first sentence.

 

C:      ". . and 1873 A. D. . . of earth's history."  Page 53, par. 2, last four lines.

 

C:      "And we begin hopefully. . growing darker."  Page 54, par. 1, last sentence.

 

A:      "This gathering . . introduces the Millennial Age."  Page 104, par. 2, lines 9 to 12.

 

A:      "If, therefore, we see. . . and the other opening."  Page 149, par. 2, second sentence.

 

A:      "It will be consuming wrath . . . now of such rank growth."  Page 151, par. 1, 2nd and      3rd sentences.

 

B:      "The next chapter . . . and hence the Lord’s return."  Page 170, par. 3, first sentence.

 

A & B:        "In this chapter . . of all things."  Page 175, par. 1.

 

A & B:        "While in the typical . . . a thousand years."  Page 179, par. 1.

 

B:      "Yes, we answer; . . or Restitution age."  Page 179, par. 2, 7th sentence and last      sentence.

 

A & B:        Page 180, par. 2, "We know that such a cycle. . "--3rd sentence.  "An antitype        never follows its type. . "  this entire sentence.  Also the following sentence--"Hence   the 2500th year . ."  The next sentence –“But instead of being a year . . the    Millennium."  Last sentence:  "So here, . . . antitype or Restitution times."

 

A & B:  "With that date definitely established . . "  Page 181, par. 1,  last sentence.  Page   182, par. 1, entire paragraph.  Note chart on page 186.

 

B:      "But this is not the type. . "--Page 187, par. 1, last sentence.  Page  187, par. 2, first          sentence--"Thus we see . . Earth's Great Jubilee."  Page 187, par. 3, third sentence to    end of par.:  "First we infer. . .”

 

B:      "On the strength .   by the Jubilee arrangement."  Page 188, first sentence.

 

B:      "Another reasonable expectation . . . we have already briefly hinted at."  Page 190,   par. 1, first half of paragraph.

 

A:      "And our dear Redeemer. . . be not afraid"  Page 190, par. 2, last two/thirds of        paragraph.

 

B:      "The period of the 70 cycles . . began, Oct., A.D. 1874"  Page 194, near bottom of           page.  Chart on page 195.

 

A & B:  "Calculate, and you will see . . . yet to be examined."  Page 196 starting about one-        half way down on page.  "If these time-prophecies . . 'day of wrath.'"  Page 196, par. 1,    first sentence.

 

B:      "Let no reader . . Restitution work."  Page 197, par. 1.

 

B:      "These reforms . . more favored class,”  Top page 199  "All these things. . work out         ultimate good."  End of par. middle page 199

 

B:      "We learn that the time . . . second advent of our Lord."  Page 211, par. 1, middle of        page.  "The date of . . first features of restitution work."  Page 211, par. 2, first two      sentences.

 

B:      "Thus far we have . . very beginning of it."  Page 211, par. 2, last sentence.

A:      yet the work of each of these ages lap over upon the age succeeding it."  Page 222, par. 1, lines 4 and 5.  "Thus the turning point . . harvest of Gospel age."  Page 222,     par. 1, second sentence.  "Thus the lap. ."Page 222, par. 1, last sentence.  "A double         work or dispensation."  Page 222, par. 2, first sentence.

 

A:      "And the harvest . . in 1874."  Page 234, par. 1, second sentence.

 

A, B & C:    "The Jubilee cycles prove that our Lord Jesus was due to be present and begin        the restitution work in the fall of 1874 A.D." Page 241,  par. 2, middle of par.  "No,          they are not accidental in fall of 1874."  Page 242, par. 1, first 7 lines.  ". . given us evidence . . and of the Chronology."  Page 242, par. 1, begin line 12. Note chart page   246 and 247.

 

A:      ". . and in addition . . think intelligently for themselves."  Page 258, top.

 

B & C:        "The Time is at hand . . Restorer was also due."  Page 363, par. 1, first 9 lines.        "The establishment . . is now in progress." Page 363, par. 1, lower half, two sentences.

 

A:      "Another object . . now in progress."  Page 364, par. 2, 2nd sentence.

 

VOLUME THREE – 1952 EDITION

 

A & C:        Author's Foreword, 10/1/16.  Page i par. 2, and 1st sentence of par. 3.

 

A & C:        Page 62, 3rd par.:  "If in the eleventh chapter . . Gal. 6:16.)" "All found written .       . during Millennial age."--2nd sentence below quote above.

 

A, B & C:    "For instance, . . of restitution times."  Page 127, par. 1, 2nd sentence.

 

B:      "And since. . years reign of Sin."  Page 128, par. 1, 1st half of last sentence.  Note where Millennial Kingdom is shown on chart on page 131.

 

C:      "They have shown us that since 1873 we have been living in the seventh Millennium."        Page 305, top.

 

A:      "We have presented . . . with its change of earth’s rulership."  Page 341, par. 1, first 5       lines.  "Christ's second advent . . influences of the Day of the Lord."  Near end of paragraph 1.

 

VOLUME FOUR – 1949 EDITION

 

A:      "The great trumpet . . unto the Lord."  Page 601, par. 2, except last sentence.

 

VOLUME FIVE – 1948 EDITION

 

A:      ". . for the full measure . . God shall help her early in the morning." Page 436, par #8,        in last half of paragraph.

 

VOLUME SIX – 1955 EDITION

 

A & C:        Six thousand years past . . accomplished its design."  Page 50, par. 1, first five        lines.

 

A & C:        "The hour cometh . . John 5:28, 29 R.V."  Page 665, par. 8.

 

OUR MOST HOLY FAITH

 

B:      "The only thing necessary . . typified by Israel's jubilees."  Page 112, par. 1, 2nd     sentence.

 

A:      "Our Lord's parousia . . continue throughout the age."  Page 132, par. 1, first two    sentences.

 

PASTOR RUSSELL’S SERMONS

 

A:      "It is our opinion . . will meekly submit."  Page 103, par. 2, first two sentences.

 

A:      "Thank God, however . . in dawn of the glorious Millennial Kingdom."  Page 554, par.      2, last two sentences.

A:      "We are now . . it is the 'due time.'"  Page 555, par. 1, last sentence.

 

A & C:  THE DAWNING BEGAN IN A. D. 1874, page 792, 2nd par.

 

A & C:        "It may surprise some . . few have noticed them."  Page 793, par. 1.     "Prophecies respecting streams in the desert . . having fulfillment. . "  Page 793, par. 3,          first two lines.

 

A:      "We are in the morning . . How thankful the whole world should be!" Page 794, par. 2,      first four lines.  Also last two sentences.  "No! in proportion . . . an intelligent     Creator."  Par. 3, 1st 5 lines.

 

A:      "Through the Prophet . . just at sunrise."  Page 795, par. 2, second sentence.

 

THE PHOTO DRAMA OF CREATION (1914

 

A:      "The Dawning light. . ."  Page 41, par. 5, last sentence.

 

A & B:        "Bible students reason . . We are living in the beginning of the New Era."  Page        48, par. 4, except last sentence.

 

C:      "Many of His mighty works. . through the merit of Christ's sacrifice." Page 64, par,. 2,      except first two sentences.

 

A:      "Are we not in the midst . . dawn with greater blessings."  Page 90, par. 5, first two sentences.

 

A:      "We are evidently in the Time of the End mentioned, and well we may rejoice in the oncoming New age."  Page 91, middle of 3rd par.

 

B & C:        "Pursuing the thought . . God-like rulers of Earth's affairs."  Page 95, par. 1, first     three sentences.  "Already we see . . in a natural way."  Page 95, par. 3, first three sentences.

 

REPRINTS

A:      "That we are living . . fully awake to the fact." Page 3, par. 2.

 

B:      "These are the times . . when Christ comes."  Page 6, par. 3, middle.  The path of the        just . . glorious millennial day."  Page 8, par. 3.

 

A:      "This day of the Lord . . is already dawning."  Page 20, col. 2, par. 3, second sentence.

 

A:      "The day of the Lord . . the other commencing."  Page 25, par. 10. "This dark day . .        morning of joy."  Page 25, par. 10, 6th sentence.

 

A:      "Thank God, it is . . already dawns."  Page 49, col. 2, par. 1, after poem, lines 2 and 3.

 

A;      "(We understand . . from Adam ended)."  Page 88, par. 2; near end of par.  "The    evidence . . by a brother."  Page 88, par. 3, first 3 lines.

 

B:      "The Jubilee Cycles . . here present?"  Page 123, col. 2, par. 9.

 

A:      “True we are now .   and the sunrise."  Page 124, col. 2, par. 6, lines 3 and 4.

 

B:      “ . . which show us . . He is present."  Page 125, col. 2  par. 8, lines 2 to 7.

 

C:      "It was on the Sabbath . . so here also."  Page 213, col. 2, par. 5, last 5 lines.

 

C:      "One day is . . not on the Sabbath."  Page 230, par. 3, 1st 5 lines.

 

A:      “’ The path of . . that glorious, Millennial day."  Page 259, col. 2, par. 2,

 

B:      " . . Jesus takes . . coming of Christ."  Page 278, par. 1, last 5 lines.

 

A:      "The Millennial morn . . Morning Star."  Page 348, col. 2, par. 4, lower half of         paragraph.

 

A:      "On the contrary . . incoming Millennial age."  Page 377, par. 2.

 

A:      "'The day of the Lord'   . the other commencing."  Page 409, par. 4.

 

A:      "Thus far had . . is dawning. "  Page 419, par. 6, last 7 lines.

 

A:      "it is because . . the glorious beams."  Page 506, par. 2, last sentence.

 

B:      "If these are not .   work of healing."  Page 749, par. 1, first 2 lines.  "Now the work of      restitution . . progresses to completion." Par. 3, lines 8 to 11.   "Apparently the Lord . .   have a beginning." par. 5, last sentence.  "The Lord willing. . " Entire 10th paragraph.

 

A, B & C:    "Six thousand years . . multiplied ages to follow."  Page 763, par. 2, first six lines.  "But the now dawning. . I--par. 2, last sentence.  "It is variously . . obedience to          God's will."--par. 3, except last 2 lines.  "The awakening from death . . not one of   first." par. 6, first 2 lines.  "And how fitting . . men as among angels." par. 11, last        sentence.

 

A, B & C:  "And beyond . . six thousand years."  Page .764, col. 2, par. 4, last sentence.

 

A:      "Slowly and surely    " Page 842, par. 1.

 

B:      "And then remember . . until that time."  Page 904, col. 2, par. 4 last sentence.

 

A:      "The Scripture now opening up in the dawn of the approaching Day." Page 915, par.        6, lines 4 and 5.

 

A:      "So then we, . .   teachings of the Scriptures."  Page 916, col. 2, par. 6, first two lines.

 

A:      "We see beyond . . right direction."  Page 968, par 1, lines 5, 6, 7.

 

A, B & C:    "The Lord's day . . opening before us."  Page 975, col. 2, par. 4, lines 5 to 7.

 

B:      RESTITUTION PROGRESSING  "Below we print . . and well populated." Page   1173, par. 7 & 8.  "And as with . . old order of things."  Last par. on page, except last   four lines.

 

B:      “In Acts 3:19 - 21 . . . since world began."  Page 1414, par. 6.

 

B:      "God did not permit . . due at that time."  Page 1483, par. 3, last 8 lines.

 

B:      "It reads . . to be actually realized."  Page 1494, par. 7, last half.

 

C:      "Verse 3 . . his ordering of time."  Page 1609, col. 2, par. 2nd from bottom.  Also last       par. --"We have hereto shown . . seven-thousand-year day.". first 6 lines.

 

C:      "If thus . . the divine plan."  Page 1610, first par.

 

B:      "Then these times . . reign on earth."  Page 1618, col. 2,  par. 6, first three lines.

 

A:      "With the church . . FIRST RESURRECTION.”  Page 1654, par. 3, lines 5 to 8.

 

A:      "The 'brethren' are . . is breaking."  Page 1760, par. 2.

 

A:      "But the bride . . that Millennial day."  Page 1832, col. 1, par. 4.

 

A:      "Those living . . entire millennium."  Page 1855, col. 2, par. 2, last half of par.

 

A:      "The long, dark night . . just dawning. . "  Page 1868, par. 5, lines 7 to 9.  "Each      should be . . now shining."  Par. 5, near end of par.

 

C:      "To me . . presence in 1874."  Page 1874, col. 2, par. 3, 2 lines.

 

B:      "Hence, the year . . 1874."  Page 1980, col. 2, par. 4.

 

A & B:  "We make general answers . . are spreading gradually."  page 1997, bottom of page       to top of page 1998.

 

A:      "And is it not because . . No."  Page 1998, col. 2, par. 6 & 7--last sentence of par. 6         and 1st sentence of par. 7.

 

A & B:        "But we see, too, . much as we do see it." Page 2008, col. 2, last half par. 2.  "In     the light of our  present location in the dawn of the Millennium."  par. 2, last 2 lines.         "The saints who abide . beginning of restitution blessings."  Par. 4, first 4 lines.

 

A & B:        "Especially . . privileges in prayer. . "  Page 2009, col. 2, par. 6, first three lines.       "And now . . life for such."  Par. 6, lines 8, to 10.

 

B:      "In answer . . gradually to the people."  Page 2030, to first column.

 

A:      "That blessed day . . (Psalm 46:5, margin)."  Page 2064, par. 12.

 

A:      "Our Lord, . . Psa. 46:5,  margin.   Page 2109, Col. 2, last of par. 3.

 

B:      "The Apostle Peter. . Lord Jesus Christ."  Page 2323, col. 2,. last sentence.

 

B:      "And this restitution   . our Lord Jesus."  Page 2425, col. 2, top.

 

A:      "The promise . . EARLY in the morning."  Page 2504, col. 2, par. 1.

 

A:      "The great time of trouble. . (Amos 9:13)."  Page 2627, start bottom of column 1.

 

A:      "As our Lord . . early in the morning."  Page 2650, col. 2, par. 1.

 

B:      "Our thought is, . . are complete."  Page 2676, par. 1, last half.

 

A:      "No man can . . of that day."  Page 2759, col. 2, par. 1 at end.

 

B:      "We find Peter . . should be due."  Page 2859, col. 2, par. 1.

 

B:      "Respecting restitution;  We . . should not expect personal, physical restitution now."       Page 2901, par. 3.

 

A:      "And so the deliverance . 9 Psa. 46:5."  Page 2918, par. 3.

 

A:      Our watching . . with the natural eye."  Page 2973, par. 4, first sentence.  "We are to          watch . . (in the morning).’”  par. 5.

 

B:      "None can see . . second advent of Redeemer."  Page 2977, col. 2, par. 2, last        sentence.

 

B:      "The only thing . . by Israel’s Jubilees.”  Page 2978, par. 1, middle of par.   "It is since      . . would begin."  Par. 3, near top.

 

A:      "Our Lord's PAROUSIA . . of the Millennial age."  Page 2983, par. 3.

 

B & C:        "In the Millennial Dawn Series . . of all the holy prophets."  Page 2992,  par. 3,        begin with 6th line.

 

A:      “After having summarized . . of God's Kingdom. . .”  Page 2993, col. 2, par. 1, first 4       lines.  "Here the entire work . . under this 7th trumpet."  Par. 1, middle.  “And all this       rewarding . . sounding of seventh trumpet."  par. 2, begin with 7th line.

 

A:      "In view of . . great Life Giver. Page 3033, col. 2, par. 1.

 

A & C:        "Thus counting the matter . . kingdom of the Lord."  Page 3037, col. 2, par. 2,        begin with 16th line.

 

A:      “ . . and the construction . . of the Millennial day.”  Page 3259 par. 2, start with 10th          line from bottom of par.

 

A.      "For instance . . are fulfilled."  Page 3354, col. 2, par. 2, middle.

 

A:      "The kingdom time . . multiplying on every hand."  Page 3365, col. 2 top.

 

A & C:        "The destruction of . . early in the morning. "  Page 3375, par. 4, first half.

 

A:      "THE MORN COMETH AND A NIGHT ALSO" (subheading)  "As we near. purify        the elect."  Page 3519, col. 2, par. 5, first half.

 

A:      "Revised Swedish Bible. . (for more information)."  Page 3531, par. 3 and 4.

 

A:      "We today, . . character and plan."  Page 3569, par. 1, begin 7th line.

 

A:      "The declaration . . in the morning."  Page 3701, col. 2, par. 1, last sentence.

 

A:      "Thank God . consistencies, harmonies."  Page 3904, col. 2, par. 2, begin with 5th line.

 

A:      "Now, however. . Millennial morning."  Page 3916, col. 2, par. 1, first 2 lines.

 

A:      "Bro. Russell . . early in the morning."  Page 4081, col. 2, par. 3.

 

A & C:        "Their hope is   . seventh is already dawning."  Page 4148, col. 2, top, 13th line       from bottom, start.

 

A:      "But even in this . . there was a nation. . .”  Page 4149, col. 2, par. 1, start line 4.

 

A & C:        "We live . . already begun."  Page 4401, col. 2, par. 6, last sentence.

 

B:      "Grape culture . . in Holy Land.”  page, par. 3.

 

B:      "WE ARE IN THE MORNING OF THE NEW DISPENSATION" (subheading).  "Outward signs . . is near at hand."  Page 4737, par. 1, begin 4th line.

 

A:      "But thank God,  out of our confusion."  Page 4781, par. 5.

 

C:      "The question may arise . . world, has experienced."  Page 4879, par. 8, except last 4        lines.

 

A:      "THE OUTLOOK IS PROMISING" (subheading).  "But the colporteurs favorable to      the colporteur work; . "  Page 4937, col. 2, par. 1.

 

A:   "The Apostle tells us . . We answer that . . thousand-year day."  "The Apostle says that .     . obtaining more liberty."  Page 4976, dol. 2,  par. 2.  ·The Apostle tells . . truce-         breakers- violent."  col. 2,  par. 4.

 

A:      "St. Paul declares . . new dispensation."  Page 5017, col. 2, par. 7, begin line 3.

 

A:      "We have not yet . . the early gray dawn."  Page 5062, par. 1, last sentence.

 

A, B & C:    "Six thousand-year periods   . Page 5139, bottom col. 1, six lines of par.   The        seventh day . . from present degradation."  Col. 2, last par. begin with 8th line from          bottom of paragraph.  "The seventh day of . . or 49,000 years."  Col. 2, par. 5.  "At          that moment following is climacteric."  Col. 2, last par.

 

C:      "We read that . . 'Let there be light'."  Page 5140, col. 2, par. 5,  last 7 lines.

 

A:      THE MILLENNIUM HAS COME( (subheading).  "Everything is getting ready        foretaste of them."  Page 5153, col. 2, par. 5, last 2 sentences.

 

A:      "Many of our readers . ,. thousand-year day."  Page 5155, par. 3, first 6 lines.

 

A:      EVIDENCES OF THE NEW DAY (subheading).  "His light is given . . of the         morning."  Page 5256, col. 2, par. 6.  "Others will not see . . to different causes."  Col.        2, par. 7, lines 1 to 7.

 

A:      "We can see . . bringing it about."  Page 5357, par. 1, first 2 lines. "How careful we . .       household of faith.”  Par. 3.

 

A, B & C:    MAKING THE WILDERNESS BLOOM (title of article).  "Bible students     coming through human enlightenment."  Page 5262, par. 6, 7 and first 3 lines of par. 8.

 

A & C:        "It has been . . the seventh thousand-year day."  Page 5273, par. 3, last sentence      and first 2 lines of par. 4..

 

A:      "They are looking . . now coming in.  Page 5297, col. 2, par. 1, lines 2, 3 and 4.

 

C:      THE LAST DAY (subheading).  "Which is the last day? . . seventh day." Page 5339,        col. 2, par. 2, lines 3 and 4.  "From this standpoint of the Lord."  Begin with line 9.

 

A:      "Looking from . . Millennial morning."  Page 5458, col. 2, par. 5, lines 1, 2 & 3.  "It is       no part . . morning time."  Par. 5, lines 8, 9, 10.

 

A:      "Has the kingdom . . We so believe. . "   Page 5567, par. 5, lines 4 & 5.  "The saints . .     in the morning."  Col. 2, par. 5, lines 10, 11.

 

C:      "He that rejecteth me . . since 1874." Par. 5574, par. 1, lines 11, 12.

 

C:      "Mount Horeb . . . by St. Paul."  Page 5752, col. 2, last paragraph.

 

C:      "Many Bible students . . in the flesh."  Page 5753., par. 1, first 4 lines.  "While in this .       . shall be afterward."   Par. 2, first 6 lines.

 

A & B:        MESSIAH’S KINGDOM BEGUN.  (Subheading).  "Many Bible students . .           great time of trouble,"  Page 5762, par. 1, except last line.  RESTITUTION    BLESSINGS IN KANSAS (Subheading).  Top of 2nd column.

 

A & C:        "There was . . the Millennium."  Page 5891, col. 2, par. 1, first three lines.

 

A &C:         THE DAWNING BEGUN IN A. D. 1874 (Subheading).  “Let us not stop . .           few have noticed them."  Page 6013, last 3 par.

 

A:      "According . . just at sunrise."  Page 6014, par. 7, first 6 lines.

 

A & C:        (REPEAT)  "The Bible chronology herein presented shows that the six great thousand-year Days. beginning with Adam are ended, and the great Seventh Day, the       thousand years of Christ's Reign, began in 1873, the events of these 43 years, which         this volume claims as the beginning of the Millennium, we still find fully corroborating    Bible prophecies, as herein set forth. . "  "Surely this well attests the claim of this     Volume that we have entered the great Seventh Day." 1916 Foreword Vol. II, page     VII I, par.. 2 and 3.

 

A & C:        (REPEAT)  "Although we disclaim anything akin to inspiration in connection           with these STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES, nevertheless we are glad that because   we are in the dawning of the New Dispensation, the light of truth is shining so clearly.        . . that scarcely a word of the Volume would need to be changed if it were written           today--26 years later.  The Time of the End has emphasized this more and more as the      years have gone by, especially since we entered chronologically the great Seventh      Day."   1916 Foreword Vol. III, page I, par. 2 and 3.