Berean Seventh-day Adventist Church


 
 

The Officers and members of Berean would like to extend a hearty "welcome" to
our  Visitors and Friends. We are privileged to have you in our midst today.
Please come again and worship with us in the home of the Lord. "Surely the
righteous shall give thanks unto thy name; the upright shall dwell
in thy presence." (Psalm 140:13)


Pastor Homer Hart
Senior Pastor
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Spirit of Prophecy

 

To prepare a people to stand in the day
of God, a 
great work of reform was to be
accomplished. God saw 
that many of His
professed people were not building for

eternity, and in His mercy He was about
to send a message 
of warning to arouse
them from their stupor and lead them

to make ready for the coming of the Lord.

This warning is brought to view in
Revelation 14. 
Here is a threefold message
represented as proclaimed by 
heavenly
beings immediately followed by the
coming of the 
Son of man to reap “the
harvest of the earth.” The first of

these warnings announces the
approaching judgment. The

prophet beheld an angel flying “in the
midst of heaven, 
having the everlasting
gospel to preach unto them that 
dwell on
the earth, and to every nation, and
kindred, and 
tongue, and people, saying
with a loud voice, Fear God, 
and give
glory to Him; for the hour of His
judgment is 
come: and worship Him
that made heaven, and earth, and

the sea, and the fountains of waters.”
Revelation 14:6, 7.

This message is declared to be a part
of “the 
everlasting gospel.” The work of
preaching the gospel has 
not been
committed to
angels, but has been
entrusted to 
men. Holy angels have been
employed in directing this 
work, they
have in charge the great movements
for the 
salvation of men; but the actual
proclamation of the gospel 
is performed
by the servants of Christ upon the earth.

Faithful men, who were obedient to the
promptings 
of God’s spirit and the
teachings of His word, were to 
proclaim
this warning to the world. They were
those who 
had taken heed to the “sure
word of prophecy,” the “light 
that shineth
in a place, until the day dawn, and the
daystar 
arise.” 2 Peter 1:19. They had
been seeking the 
knowledge of God more
than all 
hid treasures, counting it “better
than the merchandise of silver, and the
gain thereof 
than fine gold.” Proverbs 3:14.
(The Great Controversy,

pages 310-311)

 

 

 

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