Satan knows that if he can gain the hearts and minds of Seventh-day Adventist children, in time he can gain control of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. This is why he has attacked its educational institutions from the time they were established. Seventh-day Adventist schools are supposed to be safe places where children can be educated to know and love God; but tragically, many teachers lead their students to love the world. In this episode, we show how Satan is winning the affections of Seventh-day Adventist students.
Under the guidance of God, the Seventh-day Adventist Church was instructed to establish health and educational institutions to help spread the three angels’ messages. In this episode, we will see that many Seventh-day Adventist hospitals no longer fulfill that purpose. Have they also been affected by spiritualism?
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Seventh-day Adventist Church was threatened by the alpha of deadly heresies when Dr. John Harvey Kellogg began teaching pantheism at the heart of the work. That crisis was met, but Ellen White predicted that the church would face a similar crisis, which she termed the omega. Today, that time has come. Through panentheism, spiritual formation, discipleship and the acceptance of Eastern mystical practices, spiritualism has infiltrated the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Ellen White warned that false music would be introduced into our churches just prior to the close of probation. That time has come. In an effort to make church attractive and for church growth, many Seventh-day Adventist churches have adopted Satan’s music. But what does God think about these worship services?
We are living in the last days of this earth’s history, when Satan is gathering his church into a worldwide ecumenical body. The Seventh-day Adventist Church claims it has not officially joined any ecumenical body, but does that mean it is not involved in ecumenism? In this episode, we reveal how the church is, in fact, involved with ecumenism, even if it has not joined organizations like the World Council of Churches.