Author: Stephen N. Haskell
Publisher: Teach Services, Inc.
The book of Revelation pronounces a blessing upon everyone who "reads" or even "hears" it read. Yet, many treat it as a mysterious book that should not be read and cannot be understood. S. N. Haskell has opened the book of Revelation up in an easily read style that explains it and its relation to our day. This facsimile, originally printed in 1905, makes an excellent study book for young and old.
When twenty-two year old Stephen N Haskell first talked with a Sabbathkeeping Adventist, he declared, "If you want to keep that old Jewish Sabbath, you can do so, but I never shall." But later that day in 1853 the Sabbathkeeper, William Saxby, invited Haskell to his home, and explained the heavenly sanctuary and the three messages of Revelation 14. Haskell left Saxby's home deeply troubled, but after further study and prayer decided to follow the plain teachings of the Bible. During the next sixty-seven years Haskell served as an Adventist evangelist, church administrator, missionary, writer, and Bible teacher. In 1914 he published his most famous book, The Cross and Its Shadow, to help others understand the meaning of the sanctuary and its role of pointing to Christ.