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The Watchtower Reprints, October 15, 1917, p.6157

"Accordingly Abraham should enter upon the actual possession of his promised inheritance in the year 1925 A.D."

The Watchtower, November 1, 1920, p. 334

"Some one asked me the other day: Suppose you should be here in 1925 what would you do? I said, I believe I will be home in the Pleiades before then;É"

Millions Now Living Will Never Die, 1920 ed., pp. 89-90

"Therefore we may confidently expect that 1925 will mark the return of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and the faithful prophets of old,..." Millions Now Living Will Never Die, 1920 ed., p. 97 "That 1925 shall mark the resurrection of the faithful worthies of old ..."

The Golden Age, March 16, 1921, p. 381

"That period of time, beginning in 1575 before A.D. 1, of necessity would end in the fall of the year 1925, at which time the type ends and the great antitype must begin. What, then, should we expect to take place? In the type there must be a full restoration; therefore the great antitype must mark the beginning of restoration of all things...there will be a resurrection of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob...we may expect 1925 to witness the return of these faithful men of Israel from the conditions of death,...Then Jerusalem will become the captial of the world,...Because that time is at hand we can confidentlly say: Millions now living will never die."

The Golden Age, March 1, 1922, p. 350

"Lo, our King is here, and the year 1925 marks the date when all shall see His mighty power demonstrated in the resurrection of the ancient worthies, and the time when 'millions now living will never die'."

The Watchtower, July 15, 1922, p. 217

"There exist, however, well established relationships among the dates of present-truth chronology. These internal connections of the dates impart a much greater strength than can be found in other chronologies. Some of them are of so remarkable a character as clearly to indicate that this chronology is not of man, but of God. Being of divine origin and divinely corroborated, present-truth chronology stands in a class by itself, absolutely and unqualifiedly correct."

The Watchtower, September 1, 1922, p. 262

"The date 1925 is even more distinctly indicated by the Scriptures because it is fixed by the law God gave to Israel. Viewing the present situation in Europe, one wonders how it will be possible to hold back the explosion much longer; and that even before 1925 the great crisis wil be reached and probably passed."

The Watchtower, April 1, 1923, p. 106

"1925 is definitely settled by the Scriptures, marking the end of the typical jubilees....As to Noah, the Christian now has much more upon which to base his faith than Noah had (so far as the Scriptures reveal) upon which to base his faith in a coming deluge."

The Watchtower, July 15, 1924, p. 211

"The year 1925 is a date definitely and clearly marked in the Scriptures, even more clearly than that of 1914."

The Watchtower, January 1, 1925, p. 3

"The year 1925 is here. With great expectation Christians have looked forward to this year. Many have confidently expected that all members of the body of Christ will be changed to heavenly glory during the year. This may be accomplished. It may not be. In his own due time God will accomplish his purposes concerning his own people. Christians should not be so deeply concerned about what may transpire during this year that they would fail to joyfully do what th Lord would have them to do."

The Watchtower, September 1, 1925, p. 262

"It is to be expected that Satan will try to inject into the minds of the consecrated the thought that 1925 should see an end of the work, and that therefore it would be needless for them to do more."

The Watchtower, August 1, 1926, p. 232

"Some anticipated that the work would end in 1925, but the Lord did not so state."

Vindication I, 1931 ed., pp. 338-339

"There was a measure of disappointment on the part of Jehovah's faithful ones on earth concerning the years 1914, 1918, and 1925, which disappointment lasted for a time. Later the faithful learned that those dates were definitely fixed in the Scriptures, and they also learned to quit fixing dates for the future and predicting what would come to pass on a certain date."

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