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The Seven Angels

The Seven Angels

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Published by Yoda&Soda
The cover picture is of grain ready for the reaper on a farm midway
between Toowoomba and Warwick on the Darling Downs in south-east
Queensland, Australia. The crop was gathered very soon after the picture
was taken, and symbolically represents the great harvest to be gathered at
Christ's second coming after all seven angels' movements have com-
pleted their work.
The study of the seven angels is essentially the study of first-fruits and
harvests. The 144,000 are the former and the righteous dead of all ages
are the latter. That which makes the relationship between these two quite
critical is the strict and inviolable law that there can be no gathering of the
harvest until the first-fruits have fulfilled their appointed role. Therefore,
Jesus cannot return in the clouds of heaven until the 144,000, during the
ministry of the fifth, sixth, and seventh angels' movements, have faithfully
and completely carried out their commissions.
Therefore, those among today's living who would successfully occupy
a place among the 144,000 during the final conflict, must be thoroughly
conversant with the subject of first-fruits and harvests, and the relation-
ship each bears to the other.
The cover picture is of grain ready for the reaper on a farm midway
between Toowoomba and Warwick on the Darling Downs in south-east
Queensland, Australia. The crop was gathered very soon after the picture
was taken, and symbolically represents the great harvest to be gathered at
Christ's second coming after all seven angels' movements have com-
pleted their work.
The study of the seven angels is essentially the study of first-fruits and
harvests. The 144,000 are the former and the righteous dead of all ages
are the latter. That which makes the relationship between these two quite
critical is the strict and inviolable law that there can be no gathering of the
harvest until the first-fruits have fulfilled their appointed role. Therefore,
Jesus cannot return in the clouds of heaven until the 144,000, during the
ministry of the fifth, sixth, and seventh angels' movements, have faithfully
and completely carried out their commissions.
Therefore, those among today's living who would successfully occupy
a place among the 144,000 during the final conflict, must be thoroughly
conversant with the subject of first-fruits and harvests, and the relation-
ship each bears to the other.

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TheSeven Angels
F.T. W
RIGHT
 
Seven
The Study of Harvests and First-fruits
by
F. T. WRIGHT
Printed by309 Chevallum Road
MSI
2071Palmwoods,
Queensland, 4555
Australia
December, 1985
10,000 copies.
 
COVER PICTURE:
The cover picture is of grain ready for the reaper on a farm midwaybetween Toowoomba and Warwick on the Darling Downs in south-east Queensland, Australia. The crop was gathered very soon after the picturewas taken, and symbolically represents the great harvest to be gathered at Christ's
second coming 
after 
all 
seven
angels' 
movements
have
com- pleted their work.The study of the seven angels is essentially the study of first-fruits and 
harvests. The
144,000
are the former and the righteous dead of all ages
are the latter. That which makes the relationship between these two quitecritical is the strict and inviolable law that there can be no gathering of theharvest until the first-fruits have fulfilled their appointed role. Therefore, Jesus cannot return in the clouds of heaven until the 144,000, during theministry of the
fifth,
sixth,
and 
seventh
angels' 
movements,
have
faithfully
and completely carried out their commissions.Therefore, those among today's living who would successfully occupya place among the 144,000 during the final conflict, must be thoroughlyconversant with the subject of first-fruits and harvests, and the relation- ship each bears to the other.

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