Ronald William Beaulieu
"The prophet [messenger] was thus essentially a spokesman for God, an interpreter of the divine purposes for man.... The modern concept that a prophet is essentially one who predicts the future obscures the fact that some of the greatest prophets of all time had little or nothing to say about future events. A prophet [messenger] is simply a man bearing a message from God." Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary, Vol. 5, 383.
"The watchmen have not kept pace with the opening providence of God, and the real heaven-sent message and messengers are scorned." The E. G. White 1888 Materials, Vol. 2, 831.
"God has not appointed any man guide, nor made any man
conscience for another; therefore let human hands be withheld from restraining
His servants who feel the burden to enter His vineyard to labour. Let God work
with His own chosen agents by His Holy Spirit....
The Lord does not ask permission of those in responsible positions when He wishes to use certain ones as His agents for the promulgation of truth. But He will use whom He will use. He will pass by men who have not followed His counsel, men who feel capable and sufficient to work in their own wisdom; and He will use others who are thought by these supposedly wise ones to be wholly incompetent." E.G. White, Review and Herald, July 23, 1895.
In no way do I presumptuously equate myself with Ellen G. White. I believe and teach that no one will begin to equal her contribution before Christ comes again. However, I do have a definite end-time warning message for the professing Seventh-day Adventist church and the world which has been given me via vision by the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
Ronald William Beaulieu, was born to Arlene Louise Lawrence\Beaulieu and William Joseph Beaulieu, in Gardiner, Maine, on October 12, 1941. Gardiner Maine is not far from the birthplace of Ellen G. White. Ron is the only son of five children, and is the second born. His father William Joseph Beaulieu, was an ordained Seventh-day Adventist Minister, and on his Mother's side, he is a fourth generation Seventh-day Adventist.
Ron's Grandmother on his mother's side, Carolyn (O'Flaherty) Lawrence, loved Ellen White, as did his mother Arlene Louise, and thus Ron was early schooled to love and appreciate the best of Ellen White, and her remarkable contribution to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Ron attended many SDA Church Schools in his early years, and later attended Pacific Union College and Southern Missionary College, now Southern College. He served as a non-combatant Medical Corpsman in the United States Army, and was released with an honorable discharge in 1963. Because of exemplary conduct and leadership ability, Ron served as an officer leader of a squadron of men during basic training and during Advanced Medical Training at Fort Sam Houston Medical Training Center, in San Antonio, Texas. He also served as a legal clerk with the Adjutant General 's Office in Seoul Korea. While in Seoul, he served as Librarian on his post, which was the 301st Medical Group. On January 23, 2007, Ron became a Canadian citizen.
Ron Beaulieu is an accomplished Landscape Artist, and taught art, until called by the Lord to devote all his time to the advancement of the Three Angel's Messages, and the Heavenly New Jerusalem Church Kingdom of Hebrews 12:22, 23.
Ron's integral, irrefutable and comprehensive conclusions, based strictly on the weight of evidence formula prescribed by Ellen White, sustain and sanction his credential's as a God ordained Swift Messenger to the professing SDA Church, and to the World at large. The reason his conclusions are irrefutable, is because he has strictly followed the "weight of evidence formula," as advocated by Ellen White, in interpreting ALL THE EVIDENCE, SO THAT NOTHING CONTRADICTS. Ellen White said that in so doing, one could know that he/she was not in error.
When investigating Ron Beaulieu's integral and comprehensive conclusions, it will be self-evident to the careful and thorough, deep-digging scholar, that he has been blessed with very astute and singular God endowed spiritual discernment which transcends that of the most revered thought leaders ever to trod the Midnight Cry Lighted Path of True Seventh-day Adventism. Ron takes no personal credit for this ability, and gives all the credit to the Almighty God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
Ron fully believes that the prime reason he was called of God to do what he is doing, is because he has always been most ready and willing to bear all the calumnies associated with the task, and they are myriad. Many have fallen and reneged while attempting to engage this monumental responsibility of eternal magnitude.
Notwithstanding, Ron Beaulieu, according to an astute and highly educated first elder of the Canadian Union College Church for over 40 years, (J. Wilfred Johnson, now deceased), has carried the fulfillment of this duty “to monumental proportions by assembling far more pieces of the jigsaw puzzle of truth than heretofore achieved by the most recognized thought leaders of professing Seventh-day Adventism.” [From a private letter by Mr. Johnson to Ron Beaulieu some months before his demise].
Ron has been publishing his exposure of the errors of professing Seventh-day Adventism since 1986. The servant is worthy of his hire. The published Word is as important as the preached Word. We published The Omega Journal and The Omega Update for years, but now Omega Ministries reprints the materials on this Website which receives a worldwide readership reaching every country of the world.
If the Holy Spirit so inspires you to help with this ministry, we can certainly put your financial aid to proper use in disseminating the pure truth. Make checks and/or money orders out to Omega Countdown Ministries, and send to RR 3, Site 3, Box 1, Rimbey, Alberta, Canada, T0C 2J0. Strangely, the pure truth does not receive a lot of financial support. This has always been the case. On the other hand, error oft receives much popular support. This is why we truly need the help of those who believe pure and present truth.
Noted scholars of Adventism and Ellen G. White, have marveled at the insights and unusual spiritual discernment Ron Beaulieu has demonstrated in interpreting Ellen White and Scripture in a way which is extremely devastating in exposing over one-hundred CHERISHED ERRORS of the professing SDA church. This exposure is well-nigh comparable to and reminiscent of Luther's 95 Theses, and proves to be all as devastating to professing Adventism, as Luther's Theses were to the Roman Catholic Church! High placed Nicodemus's have come to Ron Beaulieu by night and have admitted to him that his conclusions are right, but they do not want to be identified, and thus fail to come to the help of the Lord, involving some of the greatest crimes against God, ever committed by any professing church of historical record.
In the past, God has chosen humble instruments apart from among the so-called wise and learned as the world measures. Consider the disciples of Jesus Christ. Consider John the Baptist and Elijah, out in the wilderness, with a simple message without flowery endowments. Ellen White and Ron Beaulieu both came from humble roots, and neither wrote with the style of a Louis Walton, but God chooses the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty, 1 Corinthians 1:27. With all the entertaining writing style of Louis Walton; what with his great personal achievements; and in full recognition of his entertaining writing style, he has never portrayed nor seen the complete picture of truth you will find in the pages of this Web Site.
Too Hot to Handle!
Honest and sincere investigators of Ron Beaulieu's interpretations of serious topics regarding the teachings of Scripture and Ellen White, will be forced by the weight of evidence to accede that the integrity of his conclusions cannot be gainsaid. If you are truly and sincerely hungering and thirsting for irrefutable, pure, but most startling truth, you will not be disappointed by an in-depth study of the Midnight Cry Final Hour Message given by God and His Holy Spirit, to R. W. Beaulieu, for the SDA Church and the World.