National Sunday Law Project
National Sunday Law was written by A. Jan Marcussen in 1983, which by 2016 had printed 41.7 million copies in 70 languages! National Sunday Law focuses on prophetic apocalyptic interpretations and warnings from the Biblical books of Daniel and Revelation, focusing on the Three Angels Messages. More importantly, it points you to the solution of the crisis, our wonderful Saviour, Jesus.
A fascinating book and a must for anyone in search of the truth. National Sunday Law is a small paperback book with less than 100 pages and medium size print, a very quick read.
The blurb on the back cover reads: “A stupendous crisis awaits us. The book you have in your hand takes you behind the scenes and explores the shocking ‘Who’, ‘How’, and ‘When’.”
About Great Controversy book
The Great Controversy describes the gradual limiting of our personal freedoms. This is one of the most dangerous developments in our time. You can now get to know the background of these efforts.
Behind the scenes of world politics, there is a battle for power that goes beyond the limits of our planet. This book contains both shocking revelations as well as comforting hopes for our future.
In it, Ellen White describes the “Great Controversy theme” between Jesus Christ and Satan, as played out over the millennia from its start in heaven, to its final end when the remnant who are faithful to God will be taken to heaven at the Second Advent of Christ, and the world is destroyed and recreated.
If you would like a free copy of the Great Controversy book or National Sunday Law book, you can download a pdf for free – see below.
National Sunday Law The Great Controversy
Death rates from alcohol reach new high in
England and Wales
More people have died in England and Wales from drinking alcohol during the first three quarters of 2020 than at any other time in the past two decades, according to records kept by the UK’s Office of National Statistics (ONS). In a new report released on Tuesday, the ONS found that alcohol was a contributing factor in 5,460 deaths in England and Wales between January and September This indicates a 17-percent increase on booze-related fatalities over the same period of the year before. In 2019, there were 11 deaths per 100,000. That rate increased to 12.8 in 2020. “Research showed that at the end of last year more than one in two over-50s were drinking at a level that could cause health problems now or in the future, with nearly one in four classed as high risk or possibly dependent.” said Julie Breslin from a drug, alcohol and mental health charity in the UK. READ MORE