From the Introduction: "This book is primarily written for a study guide. It is meant to be read along with the Bible so that comparisons may be made throughout. It does not attempt to cover the entire subject but it is hoped that what is written can be readily understood by the beginner and at the same time interest those who are better acquainted with the Bible. It is our earnest prayer that this book may contribute toward a better understanding of the kingdom of God and a greater reverence and appreciation of the Messiah as He is presented in the Word of God."
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- Chapter One - The Nature of Bible Prophecy
- Chapter Two - The Significance of God's Covenant with Abraham
- Chapter Three - The Relation of the Law to the Messiah
- Chapter Four - The Purpose of the Law
- Chapter Five - Are the Messianic Promises Still in Effect?
- Chapter Six - What Happened to God's Promises?
- Chapter Seven - Important Events in David's Reign
- Chapter Eight - God's Covenant with David
- Chapter Nine - The Message of Daniel
- Chapter Ten - The Stone Cut Out without Hands
- Chapter Eleven - The Birth of the Messiah
- Chapter Twelve - The Kingdom of the Messiah
- Chapter Thirteen - Why the Jews Rejected the Messiah
- Chapter Fourteen - The Trial and Death of the Messiah
- Chapter Fifteen - The Heralds of the Messiah
- Chapter Sixteen - Heralds of the Messiah (Continued)
- Chapter Seventeen - The Application of the Messianic Rule
- Chapter Eighteen - The Second Coming of Christ
- Chapter Nineteen - Paul's Teaching on the Second Coming
- Chapter Twenty - The Purpose and Meaning of Symbols
- Chapter Twenty-One - Unveiling the King
- Title: The Mission of the Messiah
- Author: H. C. Heffren
- Publisher: Gospel Trumpet
About H. C. Heffren
H. C. Heffren has also authored Five Smooth Stones, The Father's Good Pleasure, and An Examination of Daniel's Prophecy.