Jeffrey Harrison (1909-1990) grew up in a religious home in the North West of England, but was not converted until he heard the gospel in his late teens. Soon after WW2 he launched forth in full time preaching and teaching. Working with a Gospel Tent and a caravan in the country of Norfolk, he saw numerous souls saved and a few assemblies established. Back in Merseyside in 1960 he began to travel widely expounding the scriptures. He was well versed in eschatology and often preached series of sermons on the topic with accompanying charts. Here he preaches powerfully in 1965 on the coming of the Lord, one of the messages in his “Seven World Crises” series. This is the kind of prophetic ministry that was very common in the early to mid decades of the 20th century. Readings: John 14:1-7, 1 Thess 4:13-18.