I was hoping to have begun recording and uploading a new video series by now, but there's been delay after delay. But the transcript for an extra supplemental study I was going to slot in after a few studies on faith is just too encouraging for me to keep it to myself and wait until [...]
I am currently preparing to record a new video series where I will be taking the key thoughts from my seminar series and expanding on them in a new presentation individually. I was just writing out the transcript for Presentation No. 9 and the Lord's message in this transcript is so precious and full of [...]
Many Seventh-day Adventist are waiting for a grand test on the day of the week in which God is to be worshiped. Sadly, many of those who are waiting for that time, unknown to them, are preparing themselves to receive the mark of the beast. The Sabbath test is not simply about which day of [...]
God is not a harsh, vengeful judge, waiting to punish us for our sins. He is "ready to pardon, gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness" (Nehemiah 9:17). He says, "I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked; but that the wicked turn from his way and live: turn ye, [...]
God's word will never fail. But our unbelief can prevent its fulfilment in our own lives, while it will be fulfilled in the lives of others. Concerning His word, God says that which proceeds from His mouth is like the rain that comes down and waters the earth, bringing forth seed to the sower and [...]
Have you ever been afraid of the future? Have you chosen to follow Jesus and then come to a fuller realization of what that really means? “Though to Jordan’s rolling billows, cold and deep?” And as you consider your future experience, does your spine begin to tingle, a dark gloomy shadow envelope you, and your heart tremble and sink with fear?
As human beings we tend to determine reality by our senses. If I can see it with my own two eyes, then I will believe it. If I can hear it with my own two ears, then I will accept that as truth. But how real is your world, really?
What God was offering the Israelites was far more than they could ever have hoped for. But they never received it. Today it is our opportunity to receive the privilege of the Promised Land.
Question: Is the number of the 144,000 made up of only those who are living at the time when probation closes, or does it include any of those who have died since 1844?
Question: If the sealing of the 144,000 commenced in 1848, and some of that number have died and will be resurrected in the “special resurrection”, how can it be said that the 144,000 are translated "without seeing death"?