Duration: 1 hr 21 mins 52 secs
On October 4th, 1831, thirty-five clergymen and fifteen lay people gathered at the country estate of Lady Theodosia Powerscourt, in the small, Irish village of Enniskerry outside Dublin. All who assembled for the first Powerscourt Conference on Biblical prophecy were 'distressed at the condition of the Church', and 'convinced that the hope of Christ’s return should figure more prominently in the thinking of Christians.' Few could have imagined then how great an impact this, and subsequent Powerscourt Conferences would have on the wider Church.
Duration: 1 hr 2 mins 45 secs
... These words were spoken by the Anglican minister, Francis Scott Webster, on December 13th, 1917. The occasion was a crowded public meeting at the Queen’s Hall in London, which had been organised by one of the foremost Evangelical leaders of the day, Frederick Brotherton Meyer (1847-1929). Just four days prior to this historic meeting, British General Edmund Allenby liberated Jerusalem from the Ottoman Turks during the Jewish feast of Chanukah. This momentous event “awoke in the hearts of many students of prophecy a new hope of the Lord’s near return.” ...
Duration: 1 hr 18 mins 15 secs
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Duration: 1 hr 28 mins 24 secs
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Duration: 1 hr 11 mins 21 secs
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