Overcoming the final test by keeping the Commandments of God and the Faith Of Jesus (Rev. 14:9-12)!


Who killed Jesus Christ and what does it mean to be saved by His blood?

Someone gave an experience that went like this: “I have a friend who is a dedicated, principled Christian. The person is generally thorough and logical. I asked the individual the question: “When Christians and the Bible say that Jesus Christ died for us to save us from sin, explain exactly how that works?” The individual humbly confessed that she didRead the rest of this page »


Unity upon the Three Angels’ Messages – Pt 6

Appeal and Conclusion A conviction is felt that this series should be concluded with a personal appeal for unity under the banner of the Three Angels’ Messages. The appeal is for all the different groups that subscribe to the Three Angels’ Messages (be they of the main organization, from among the “independent (or self-supporting) ministries” or the “reformed groups”) toRead the rest of this page »


Opening of the Seven Seals

Following on our earlier presentation, “Seals opened in context of the judgement”, in which we showed that the Seven Seals are opened after the judgement is convened, and we considered the opening of the first seal, we now consider the opening of the remaining seals.  The first seal, when opened, brought to view a white horse which represented the raisingRead the rest of this page »


Unity upon the Three Angels’ Messages – Pt 5

The Unfortunate Scattering It is very important that the earmarks of Babylon be clearly distinguished from those of God’s little flock.  A failure to do this will almost inevitably result in the establishment of false criteria for the identification of’ God’s denominated people. With the passing of time, since the pioneers of 1844 fell asleep, a situation has developed wherebyRead the rest of this page »


Seals opened in context of the judgement

There is an inescapable parallel between the setting of Revelation chapters 4 and 5, in which the seals are opened, and the judgement scene of Daniel chapter 7.  We’ll consider some of the parallel elements and the implications for the present time, but before we do so, the following word of admonition is most instructive: “Study Revelation in connection withRead the rest of this page »


Unity upon the Three Angels’ Messages – Pt 4

Characteristics of Babylon It should now be clearly established that there are distinct differences between the little flock which continued with Christ into the most holy place, after the passing of time in 1844, and the other churches which rejected the judgement hour message and in consequence, were aptly categorized as Babylon. The fallen churches of Babylon are characterized byRead the rest of this page »


The Three Angels’ Messages and the Seven Churches

While it is true that the Three Angels’ Messages contain truth of a general nature – for example, “worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters” – it is also important to note that the vision of three angels flying one after the other, represents a sequence of prophesied events.  These events wereRead the rest of this page »


Unity upon the Three Angels’ Messages – Pt 3

The First Angel When the fullness of time came, God ordained that a message should be proclaimed which would prepare His people for the last phase of Christ’s heavenly ministry on our behalf – the blotting out of sins, also known as the investigative judgement and the cleansing of the heavenly sanctuary. Accordingly, in different lands simultaneously, leading up toRead the rest of this page »


Revelation confirms that God is one, not three

Jesus said: “The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord”.[1]  He said this to a scribe who queried, “Which is the first commandment of all?”.[2]  The scribe responded, “Well, Master, thou hast said the truth: for there is one God; and there is none other but he”.[3]  To this, the DivineRead the rest of this page »


Unity upon the Three Angels’ Messages – Pt 2

Laodicea, not Babylon The Seventh-day Adventist church is not Babylon. The Seventh-day Adventist church is Laodicea (2SM 66)[1]. The Lord has indicated through His messenger, Ellen G. White that the churches of Christendom which have rejected the Three Angels’ Messages are classified in their corporate capacity, as Babylon (2SM 68; GC 389, 390; TM 61)[2]. With respect to these churchesRead the rest of this page »


Unity upon the Three Angels’ Messages – Pt 1

Unity upon the right premises This series was born out of a sincere desire to see unity among believers in the Three Angels’ Messages. After the passing of time in 1844, God raised up a people to do a special work which would prepare His followers to receive the Latter Rain and to hail Christ as their Saviour at HisRead the rest of this page »


The Spirit that Fills Us and the Spirit that Ministers to Us

The spirit of God is to God what the spirit of man is to man – His mind, character and personality – “For what man knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man which is in him? even so the things of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God.” (1 Cor. 2:11). This is theRead the rest of this page »


Righteousness by Faith – Distinguishing the true from the false

There is a popular view that righteousness by faith means that once you accept Christ, you are righteous solely because Jesus lived a righteous life, thus absolving you of any need to resist temptation and live righteously.  This presentation examines the issue of what exactly is righteousness by faith and seeks to distinguish the true concept from false ideas associatedRead the rest of this page »


“Try the spirits whether they are of God”

The Bible says we should not believe every spirit, but we should “try the spirits whether they are of God” (1 John 4:1).  We have been warned that spiritualism will be woven into every form of deception in the last days – “Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light” and “his ministers also” “transformed as the ministers ofRead the rest of this page »


“Thou shalt have no other gods before me”

Christians, Muslims and Jews believe in common that there is one true God.  While they all differ in general beliefs, they are all agreed that this one true God is presented in the Old Testament Torah of the Bible.  The New Testament continues the same concept of the one true God and speaks even more specifically about who this oneRead the rest of this page »


If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand, The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God . . . . Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus - Rev. 14:9-12