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But look up, O victims! If Satan is the originator of victimization and chief victimizer, Christ has swallowed up victimhood in victory.
GFLGBT+LO appears to be pushing for acceptance of terms and practices that do not please God. This is not the redemptive approach outlined by Jesus for His disciples.
Modern environmentalism and Darwin’s dangerous ideas are coupled like a nest of snakes that are writhing together.
When you begin to think like this you ask questions like, “Is it worse to cut down a tree, or to murder a human? To a philosophically conscientious and consistent environmentalist—“It depends.”
What we Seventh-day Adventists request of the rebels—who are losing the sense of mission that was entrusted us—is to respect what was voted in GC Session, or resign from their administrative leadership.
Like a latent virus, such ideas swirl in the brackish backwaters of Christianity, particularly among some feminists, only awaiting the right circumstance to spread like a contagious epidemic.
Mysticism is not part of our tradition in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, nor should it be.
The Sabbath controversy among Adventists in the Pacific is increasingly being reported in secular media. It is an embarrassment to our church. When will the General Conference act?
But this is not what Jesus was talking about. Jesus said don’t condemn. Merely observing is not condemning.
If it happens that we experience this Amazing Grace, let’s show it to each other. For, blessed is anyone, whose transgression is forgiven.
So groomed greeters, grinning like Halloween pumpkins with candles inside, have been stationed at the entrance doors. And thus the Mega-Church Greeter Wars has been launched.
LGBT+ rights advocates seek to silence Christians transformed by the gospel. Those who long campaigned for tolerance are now the intolerant.
Although we as a denomination still officially hold to a literal, six-day creation for life on earth, that does not mean we are immune to the pervasive influence of Evolution and Pantheism— far from it, as we will see in Part 3 of this article.
It is worth noting that in the southwest, many converts to Adventism are converted Catholics.
No real Christian is a racist. He sees all racism as wrong, not just white racism. Sinful man is inclined to hate anyone not like himself, and thus all races are prone to this problem. Even Al Sharpton is a racist in the truest definition of racism.
I know youth and young adults that are warm, zealous and consecrated. I know many of them. And almost all of them were spanked at least occasionally.
When is the last time you heard that someday your sins will be “blotted out?”
I do believe that in the English language, the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible is by far the best and most reliable Bible translation we have. But that isn't the purpose of this article.
As for me, I have grasped this message and movement tighter over the years. I do not ever plan to leave, God helping me.
The gender voting gap in politics suggests a similar gender-based difference in voting patterns on the various Adventist nominating and governing committees and boards.
Would you believe me if I told you that there is one verse in the Bible that captures the essence, the core, the very heart of what it means to be a Seventh-day Adventist?
According to a recent Pew Research survey, “Among the U.S. public as a whole (including both Catholics and non-Catholics), roughly six-in-ten say they have a favorable view of Pope Francis.”
We spent THE NEXT TWO HOURS getting more and more stressed out as we got covered in wet sand, and were bit by millions of mosquitos the size of small dogs.
In all the debates over the doctrine of justification by faith, there is one point that is usually overlooked by many fundamental Adventists which gives the teachers of error an advantage.
You would think that a decision as momentous as ordaining women as elders would be discussed and voted on directly at a General Conference Session. But it wasn’t.
The exaltation of the Son of God as equal with the Father was represented as an injustice to Lucifer, who, it was claimed, was also entitled to reverence and honor.
I’d like to suggest that if one reads the counsel we have in the Bible and SOP and puts it into practice regarding Christmas there wouldn’t be a problem.
We know that Christmas is a time people associate with Jesus’ birth and thus we have an opportunity to turn people’s minds to the true story of Jesus’ birth.
Recently, Loma Linda University published an article on the news section of their website entitled: Mindfulness and meditation: Key to a healthier brain and body.
“Arise, go to Babylon, that great city, and preach the Three Angels Message that I gave you back in 1844.”