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Three Angels Messages

In the fourteenth chapter of Revelation, there are three angels who give a final warning message to the world just before the return of Jesus. Mankind is to make a choice between worshipping God or the beast. There are three phases of the judgment mentioned in the Scriptures: the investigative judgment, preceding the second advent; the judgment of the lost world and wicked angels by Christ and the saints during the one thousand years following the second advent; and the executive judgment, or punishment of the wicked at the close of this period.   Read More >>

Three Angels Messages

Sanctuary

As we consider the sanctuary symbols, let's look at the first earthly sanctuary - the one that Moses had the people construct in the wilderness. This portable tent was often called the "tabernacle." Moses did not simply dream up what he thought this structure should look like. In the same way God spelled out the precise dimensions for Noah's Ark, God gave Moses exact plans for everything in the sanctuary, even to the minutest detail of the accessories.  Read More >>

Sanctuary

Snares of Satan

”The great controversy between Christ and Satan, that has been carried forward for nearly six thousand years, is soon to close; and the wicked one redoubles his efforts to defeat the work of Christ in man's behalf and to fasten souls in his snares. To hold the people in darkness and impenitence till the Saviour's mediation is ended, and there is no longer a sacrifice for sin, is the object which he seeks to accomplish.    Read More >>

Snares of Satan

What is it Like Beyond the Grave

 

There are so many conflicting beliefs about death and what it is like beyond the grave, that it becomes difficult to know which beliefs are true. But God has not left His people to wonder about this important subject without giving them insights into the truth on this issue. First of all, what is death? The Bible refers over and over again that death is likened to sleep. In Old Testament times, when someone died it was declared that he "slept with his fathers". In New Testament times, death was also likened to sleep. Jesus plainly states this same idea when referring to the death of his friend Lazarus.  Read More >>

What is it Like Beyond the Grave

Death and Resurrection

 

If Christ had not come, the human situation would have been hopeless, and all who died would have perished eternally. Because of Him, however, no one need perish. Said John, "'For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life'" (John 3:16). So belief in Christ not only abolishes the penalty for sin, but it also secures for believers the priceless gift of immortality.  Read More >>

Death and Resurrection

Does God's Grace Blot Out the Law

 

Listen; there is a reason why works will not justify a soul. If a man is found guilty of stealing and is sentenced to ten years in jail, he may indeed justify himself by works. By serving the time of his sentence, the man may satisfy the claims of the law. He is considered perfectly justified and innocent because he has worked out his deliverance by fulfilling the sentence. In the same manner, a murderer may be justified by works if he serves the fifty years of his sentence. But suppose the sentence is death instead of fifty years? Can the prisoner then justify himself by works? Never!  Read More >>

Does God's Grace Blot Out the Law

Perfect - a Must or an Option

 

Perfect seems to be an appropriate goal for everything but the Christian life. People try to attain a perfect weight or a perfect figure; they look for a perfect job or a perfect car. The athlete tries to play a perfect game. Perfect is perfect for everything, it seems, but the Christian life. Not only do people feel uncomfortable with the term, but also some would even fight against it.  Read More >>

Perfect - a Must or an Option

Christian Perfection

 

I read in Rev 14:1-5 of 144,000 saints "who follow the Lamb wherever He goes, . . .And in their mouth was found no guile, for they are without fault before the throne of God." Do you believe the church can indeed reach that perfect standard? Answer: Some have difficulty with that. But if the church fails to reach perfection, God's plan of salvation will be a failure. For when He gave His Son as a ransom for our race, He paid an infinite price. If He obtains a faulty church in return, not only will He be grieved, but all creation will remain under the curse of sin.  Read More >>

Christian Perfection