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Dear Arno,

I “found” Midnight Call when I was attending additional studies at the University of North Texas around 1985 and have been with you ever since.

I do thank my God and Savior that I was already born again when I picked up my first issue of Midnight Call magazine, because after reading your belief statement, the Holy Spirit told me that Midnight Call’s ministry is for real!

Your writings have been of great help to me in my walk with Messiah Christ. I just began Dear God, Thank You for Not Answering My Prayer and found that chapter one’s explanation of a person’s spirit, soul and body is truly the most thorough and best insight I have ever read. This writing has helped me understand what God did in my mind, heart and spirit that day I called out to Him in confusion and anguish. I wanted to KNOW Him. He answered that prayer! But, until today, I had not grasped the concept of soul vs. spirit. This insight will be of great value as God allows me to minister Christ to others.

So, I am just saying, thank you so much for writing this book. And, you are so very correct: we who love Jesus must study His Word. It is alive! It speaks! It corrects! It comforts! The Bible is our only and true guide.

Again, thank you for speaking the truth in love through authorship of this book about prayer.

-C. Snokhous, TX
Dear Mr. Froese,

I have been a long-time supporter and contributor to MCM. I plan on continuing it and receiving the MCM magazine.

My question is, what is your opinion on Jewish Voice Ministries and President Jonathan Bernis? Are their views and beliefs along the lines of what you believe on prophecy, etc.? I receive their telecast and would like to know if you would consider them to be good to view along with me receiving MCM magazine.

-R. Candler, NJ
Dear Arno Froese,

I would like your comment on this Scripture: Matthew 16:28 NIV, “I tell you the truth, some who are standing here will not taste death before they see the Son of Man coming in His kingdom.”

I looked in a Bible commentary, and some thought Jesus was talking about the Transfiguration, while others thought he was talking about the coming of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. I think he was talking about his persecution.

-W. Estes, OK
Dear Editor,

I thought Nebuchadnezzar did not tell his dream deliberately because he wanted a true answer. Where do you get the idea that he forgot the dream?

-K. Burcham, IN
Dear Editor,

You have indicated that all the people who go into the millennium would be unbelievers. Revelation 13:15 seems to support your position. I had assumed that it would be believers that would go into the millennium. One reason for this was that I thought the 144,000 Jews would be protected by God and that Satan could not kill them. Another reason is I assumed that Christ was setting up a perfect Kingdom, and if that is so it seems strange to have nonbelievers starting it. Is Revelation 13:15 the only verse that speaks to who will go into the millennium? Thanks for all the teachings in the Midnight Call.

-E. Schalin, AZ
Some people thought Christ would return in the year 2,000. But, according to Israel’s calendar, the year 2,000 has not yet arrived. Could the idea of 6,000 year history and then the millennium be based on Israel’s calendar?

-D. Pickle, VA
Dear Midnight Call:

My family members have been Masons for many years and they are Christians.

I am a past Grand Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star. The Eastern Star (5 points) tells us about the lives and legacies of Adah, Jephthah’s daughter, Ruth (who assisted Naomi), Esther (Queen), Martha (whose sister was Mary and brother Lazarus) and Electra (who lived in St. John the evangelist’s day).

Our mission is to aid in our communities and state, and further Christian work. We sponsor a nursing home and assisted living and do other charity work.

The Grand Lodge is not a church, but a group of men who also do community missions.

The Shrine Club sponsors and supports hospitals for children who need assistance.

The Knights Templar sponsors medical work for children in need of eye care.

Other groups support mission work in other areas of need.

One of the main requirements to join is to believe in God and not be afraid to confess.

I’m sending this yearly statement to you as it tells about the “Long Life” of Masonry as it began in the building of “Solomon’s Temple at the Beginning of Time.” These are true statements and needs to be honored with dignity.

-E. Steptoe, SD
I remember many years ago Wim Malgo wrote an article in Midnight Call about the strong possibility of the Kurds in Northern Iraq, etc. coming from the Northern division of Israel after their 722 B.C. captivity and dispersion by Assyria.

What is your view of this?

Do you still have that article? It probably was 30-35 years ago.

I have never heard anyone else mention this, but have always thought it was a good possibility after reading his article. Thanks for your response.

-R. Bauer, IL
Dear Arno Froese,

Greetings in the name of Jesus, our soon coming King. And…
• He is coming soon!
• I have always been interested in The Endtimes.
• The Midnight Call is truly endtime!

The MC August 2014 issue states on page 10: “While Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever, the Church…is not the same. Why not? Because the beginning is the foundation, and the completion is when the last Gentile is added to the Church. The Church is pictured for us in Scripture as a building, a…spiritual temple. When it is completed, the Church will be raptured into the presence of God.”

Please explain this Church under construction, because we are truly living in the last days.

Please explain when and how we will know when the last Gentile is added to the Church!

In these last days, there are so many people who don’t believe in His coming. Please respond.

-E. Garrett, MO
Dear Sir,

I’ve studied, prayed, and read commentaries, but still it is not clear: Revelation 12, War in Heaven.

One commentary says this happened before Adam and Eve, which stands to reason because of the temptation.

A second casting out was at Jesus’ crucifixion, “It is finished.”

This also stands to reason because Jesus would not “lead captive” into Heaven with Satan still there, and I do not believe a war would be in Heaven with the Old Testament saints there.

Finally, the last casting out of Satan in Revelation for a thousand years.

Is this right? Can I teach this as dogmatic? If not, please enlighten me.

-J. Palmer, IL
Dear Arno,

Your statement of your recent letter stating that “the only book ever written giving precise details about the past, the present, and the future is the Bible” is not quite accurate. Another book was written and published in 1888, called The Great Controversy Between Christ and His Angels and Satan and His Angels, giving precise details about the past, present, and future. It’s the most amazing and revealing book ever published in modern times, and no wonder! It is the writing of one who was given actual visions of these details and commanded to write them out.

If you would like a copy, I’ll send you one “free” under a new title, “America in Prophecy.” You’ll be astounded with the information you’ll receive. And, you’ll never be the same again.

Just let me know; there’s no cost to you, except perhaps a little humility.

-W. Hargreaves, AL
I like reading Midnight Call. I have a question. Do you believe that once you give your life to Christ, repent and are converted and baptized, that you cannot lose your home in heaven? What if you become lax in prayer and His Word and fall back into the sinful life? Your life is taken at this point; you have not repented and been forgiven—what about your eternal home?
Were not the angels once saved who were expelled from heaven?

I have been taught that you can lose your salvation if you have unrepented of sins on your conscience and you die without repenting.

I would appreciate your comments on the above. Keep up with the Lord’s work.

-E. Stoller, OH
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