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Three Angels Messages


Everlasting Gospel

 

Embedded in the very heart of Revelation is heaven’s word for those who live in earth’s closing hours. What is God trying to tell us? No one should be ignorant of this message. In Rev. 13, is presented Satan’s final and most successful effort to control the world. In Rev. 14 is presented God’s answer to Satan’s final attempt. The Three Angels’ Messages present a dire warning to all who refuse to resist the popular trends of the last days.  Read More >>

Everlasting Gospel

To Every Nation

 

Throughout all ages the faithful servants of God have delighted to share the knowledge of the mighty saving acts of their God with their fellow men. The impelling power of the Holy Spirit has pulsated through every nerve and fibre of their bodies. Enoch and Noah were such messengers in their day, Elijah and Elisha in theirs, and John the Baptist in his. Especially have God’s messengers intensified their witness at times of great moment such as the flood and at the first advent of Jesus. But none of these witnesses equal the unprecedented awakening around the entire world that heralds the return of . . .   Read More >>

To Every Nation

Fear God

 

Fear God! This is an imperative which we can ignore only at eternal peril. Countless times God directed this command to His people as He strove to bring salvation to them. What is involved in the command, to fear God? (Deut. 10:12, 13.) “And now, Israel, what doth the LORD thy God require of thee, but to fear the LORD thy God, to walk in all his ways, and to love him, and to serve the LORD thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul, To keep the commandments of the LORD, and his statutes, which I command thee this day for thy good?  Read More >>

Fear God

Give Glory To Him

 

On initial examination, God’s demand for mankind to render Him glory has all the appearance of an impossible request. All would feel an empathy with Paul’s admission, “I have nothing to glory of” (1Cor. 9:16) God is all-glorious and we have no innate glory whatsoever. When imperfectly understood, God’s demand would appear more unreasonable that a demand by a billionaire for a million dollars from a penniless pauper.  Read More >>

Give Glory To Him

Hour of His Judgment

 

Some religions believe that there will be a Judgment Day sometimes in the future, while others don’t. Christians believe that the judgment is definitely going to take place, because one of the central themes of the Bible is the Day of Judgment. Let’s see what the Bible has to say on the subject. (Acts 17:30-31.) - “And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent: Because he hath appointed a day, in the which he will judge the world  . . .   Read More >>

Hour of His Judgment

Worship Him

 

For every requirement of God, Satan provides a counterfeit. In Jesus’ time the majority of the Pharisees offered a counterfeit worship. Jesus gave ample testimony to this fact. Speaking of these Pharisees, Jesus said, “But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men” (Matt. 15:9) God alone is the creator and only him we are to worship and the Creator [Jesus] confirms the Sabbath. How did He confirm? God tested the Israelites when they came out of Egypt. He rained down Manna for six days and on the seventh day, he rained down none (Ex 16:4-28) . . .   Read More >>

Worship Him

Babylon is Fallen

 

The term "Babylon" is derived from "Babel," and signifies confusion. (Gen. 11: 9 quoted) The name of the city was Babel, because the Lord confused the languages of all the earth. And it is the same with the spiritual Babylon, since all the nations are confused because they have been made drunk with her wine. “All nations” means that the nature of the apostasy is universal. The substitution of human laws for the laws of God and the enforcement of religious decrees by the state will become universal.  Read More >>

Babylon is Fallen

The Beast

 

One of God’s strongest warnings for the last days is against receiving the mark of the Beast. But before we can identify the mark of the Beast, we first need to know what the Beast is.  Where does the Beast come from? (Rev. 13:1) – “And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.”  The Beast rises up out of the sea. In Rev. 17:15 we learn that water or the sea mean multitudes of people. The Beast arises among many people.  Read More >>

The Beast

Image to the Beast

 

What is an image to the beast? “An image of something is a copy or an exact reproduction of that thing. The beast is the papacy, therefore, an “image to the beast” will be a reproduction of the Dark Ages papacy when it was at the height of its persecuting power, and in verse 12 it says that the USA will exercise “all the power of the first beast before him. The “image to the beast” represents that form of apostate Protestantism which will be developed when the Protestant churches shall seek the aid of the civil power for the enforcement of their dogmas.   Read More >>

Image to the Beast

Mark of the Beast

 

You would think that no one would choose to receive the Mark of the Beast. But on the contrary, the Bible shows that in the final crisis nearly everyone in the world will have the Mark in the forehead or hand. In view of what God says, we should make up our minds, even if it takes our lives, we will never receive the Mark of the Beast. Yes, there are people who will get victory over the Mark of the Beast. They are the ones who have purified their souls in the time of trouble preceding the return of Jesus.  Read More >>

Mark of the Beast

Wrath of God

 

We would not deign to suggest that we fully understand this wine of God’s wrath. However, we do have full confidence that even this cup is poured out from the heart of love, for the good of those punished, and for the inhabitants of the universe in general. One point does help us however to understand. The wine of Babylon is her false doctrines; therefore the wine of God must be His truth. Truth unleashed in all its power is the wrath to sin and sinners. When we recognise that the entire purpose of the plan of salvation is to rid the universe of the principle of sin, . . .  Read More >>

Wrath of God

Patience of the Saints

 

It is clear that this word patience does not possess the limited connotation of its present-day meaning. Here is a description that is reserved for but a few of earth’s teeming masses. It is a characteristic that denotes strength, unshakable confidence in Christ, irreversibility of life’s direction, and irremovable resolution in the face of the most unbearable opposition and persecution, with a steadfast allegiance to the Creator and Redeemer.  Read More >>

Patience of the Saints

Commandments of God

 

Some people claim that Christ abolished His Father’s law at the cross, and that we are not bound to keep the Ten Commandments any more. There is no scriptural support for this claim. If it were possible for the 10 Commandments to be abolished or changed, there wouldn’t have been any need for Christ to die, to save man from the penalty of sin. The death of Christ, instead of abolishing the Law, proves that it is unchanging.   Read More >>

Commandments of God

Faith of Jesus

 

Illustrating the lack of faith among the professed children of God by the parable of the Pharisee and the publican, Jesus asked the question, “...when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?” Luke 18:8). The answer is a resounding “Yes!” The distinction between the lost and the saved rests basically with the issue of faith, for we cannot keep the commandments of God except as we keep the faith of Jesus.   Read More >>

Faith of Jesus

The Loud Cry

 

The cry of this mighty angel carries an urgent message to those who are found to be associated with the apostate churches. Here the beast power is identified as Babylon, This is a fit description for ancient Babylon as we have seen it develop from Babel (confusion). Those religious powers which have not followed the truth of God have been satisfied with a confusing admixture of truth and error. These have left their adherents without any sure platform for their faith and practice.  Read More >>

The Loud Cry

Come Out Of Her

 

God’s plea to His people has ever been to “come out of Babylon, and be ye separate.” God’s people from the earliest post-diluvian times were to be found in Babylon, for we find that Abraham and his father Terah and his brothers lived in the vicinity of the Chaldean empire where the worship of the gods of Babel was practiced. . . Because it appeared well nigh impossible for God’s people to practice the purity of the faith while living in the midst of Babylonian worship, God gave His first command to “come out of Babylon.” It was addressed to the receptive heart of Abraham.   Read More >>

Come Out Of Her