Select works of Oliver Goldsmith, Containing i. The vicar of Wakefield, ii. The traveller and iii. The deserted village. With memoirs of the life and writtings [sic] of the autor [sic] by R. Anderson

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Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918) was an investigator with Scotland Yard, who turned his investigative skills to the book of Daniel.

This book examines Daniel, especially the 70 weeks, and the coming of the Antichrist, but also provides apologetic evidence for the genuineness of the book of Daniel, examining its date and authorship.

He is also the author of several other books such as, Forgotten Truths, The Lord From Heaven, Daniel in the Critics' Den, The Silence of God, Types in Hebrews, Redemption Truths, and more.

CHAPTER 1: Introductory … 34
CHAPTER 2: Daniel And His Times … 43
CHAPTER 3: The King’s Dream And The Prophet’s Visions … 50
CHAPTER 4: The Vision By The River Of Ulai … 57
CHAPTER 5: The Angel’ s Message … 63
CHAPTER 6: The Prophetic Year … 72
CHAPTER 7: The Mystic Era Of The Weeks … 77
CHAPTER 8: “Messiah The Prince” … 83
CHAPTER 9: The Paschal Supper … 94
CHAPTER 10: Fulfillment Of The Prophecy … 101
CHAPTER 11: Principles Of Interpretation … 107
CHAPTER 12: Fullness Of The Gentiles … 117
CHAPTER 13: Second Sermon On The Mount … 122
CHAPTER 14: The Patmos Visions … 129
CHAPTER 15: The Coming Prince … 140

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"This classic interpretation of the book of Daniel, dealing with the prophecy of the ninth chapter in particular, has long been considered a standard volume in the field, often quoted, and original in its fresh exposition of Daniel's seventy weeks.... This book belongs on the shelf of every pastor and layman intelligent in the study of the prophetic Word." (Dr. John F. Walvoord)

"This is the ablest explanation of Daniel's seventy weeks and related subjects in existence." Dr. Frederick A. Tatford 

"This book contains so many hidden gems, it should be read slowly to mine all it value. "(Michael D. Fortner, author of Discoveries in Bible Prophecy, and The Beast and False Prophet Revealed) 

Money Management Turn Bad Credit Into Good Credit:


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The problems you have with your credit score can be very dramatic and you might not be fully aware of what affects your credit score or how valuable it is to you.


Those people who pay off their debts and lines of credit with on-time payments will be more likely to have better credit ratings. There are many things relating to your credit score that should be explored that go well beyond just your payment history.


Financial Budgeting:


Everyone has an opportunity to grow their money and get out of debt, but you must start to make this a reality. Be warned, though, when your income starts to grow, it is easy to fall into temptation and start spending more than you are earning again.

Refrain and continue saving and investing your money.


Every small step counts. Every coin kept and invested counts. If you use the profit you make, you will be unable to grow your wealth. Instead, allow your investment to grow by using the profits as part of the next years principal. With time, you will have a venture that can not only buy you whatever you want but one that will continue to grow over the years.


Taking advice from experts in the field you wish to invest is critical to your investment. Would you go to a farmer when you are sick, or would you seek out a doctor? The same way, take your investment knowledge from those who understand the market dynamics and can offer you advice to help grow your investment.


Manage your credit cards with responsibility, or they will sink you into a hole. The easiest way to get into debt is to spend more than you earn. You need to keep your expenses lower than your income at all times. Watch your credit card spending because that’s how we often find ourselves overspending.


To get out of debt is to pay. The longer it takes you to pay, the higher the interest rate you will be required to pay. Either consolidate your debt or tackle one debt at a time. You might want to reduce your expenses, so you have more money to spread around. Always start by saving 10% of your income. A safety net is essential for your peace of mind.


Budgeting does not have to be complicated. The more you simplify it, the better. As long as you track your expenses and stick to your budget, it will work for you. Ensure that you don’t view it as a task but as a necessary tool to help you stay ahead, get a real financial picture, and manage your money correctly.

Everyone has an opportunity to grow their money and get out of debt, but you must start to make this a reality. Be warned, though, when your income starts to grow, it is easy to fall into temptation and start spending more than you are earning again.

Refrain and continue saving and investing your money.


Every small step counts. Every coin kept and invested counts. If you use the profit you make, you will be unable to grow your wealth. Instead, allow your investment to grow by using the profits as part of the next years principal. With time, you will have a venture that can not only buy you whatever you want but one that will continue to grow over the years.


Taking advice from experts in the field you wish to invest is critical to your investment. Would you go to a farmer when you are sick, or would you seek out a doctor? The same way, take your investment knowledge from those who understand the market dynamics and can offer you advice to help grow your investment.


Manage your credit cards with responsibility, or they will sink you into a hole. The easiest way to get into debt is to spend more than you earn. You need to keep your expenses lower than your income at all times. Watch your credit card spending because that’s how we often find ourselves overspending.


To get out of debt is to pay. The longer it takes you to pay, the higher the interest rate you will be required to pay. Either consolidate your debt or tackle one debt at a time. You might want to reduce your expenses, so you have more money to spread around. Always start by saving 10% of your income. A safety net is essential for your peace of mind.


Budgeting does not have to be complicated. The more you simplify it, the better. As long as you track your expenses and stick to your budget, it will work for you. Ensure that you don’t view it as a task but as a necessary tool to help you stay ahead, get a real financial picture, and manage your money correctly.


Each chapter in this book holds nuggets that will be valuable to you and those around you. Read this book and re-read it. Practice the tips outlined and stay focused and disciplined. Write your financial goal and stick it where you can see it every day, and it will motivate you to keep working on your plan and to achieve your goal.

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