New Adventist president reaffirms cooperation with China's Protestant Ecumenical Organization
“What hath my beloved to do in mine house, seeing she hath wrought lewdness with many, and the holy flesh is passed from thee? when thou doest evil, then thou rejoicest.” Jeremiah 11:15
Many SDA’s are rejoicing in a false sense of revival and reform because the new SDA GC President elect has taken a stand on the literal creation week.
That is a false and forced sign of revival. I say forced because if the SDA new movement gave up the literal creation week, it would have no reason for existence. It could not justify its place as a separate denomination and its name Seventh-day Adventist.
Thus, it is FORCED to prattle the truth on this issue while it has committed unpardonable sin via the Trinity Doctrine, the Babylonian antichrist position on the human nature of Christ, and ecumenical liaison with Babylon. That is when God says not to pray for a people, Jeremiah 11:9-15. That is pure traitorship to the cause of God, the Midnight Cry and the three angel's message commission.
Defense of a literal creation week does not correct the unpardonable sin the new movement has imbibed. The prime reasons Ezekiel 9 will literally begin at SDA new movement Sanctuaries around the world is because of the following violations:
· Violation of Isaiah 8:9-12, via the church’s ecumenical liaisons with Babylon in violation of the second angel’s message and the Midnight Cry, which gave power to the second angel’s message.
· Adoption of the central abomination of Rome, the trinity doctrine. The omega of apostasy was to have to do with the personality of Christ and the trinity doctrine violates the very sacrifice of the soul of the life of Christ.
· Adoption of mainline Christianity’s doctrine on the human nature of Christ.
The above antichrist abominations (especially the latter two) sweep away the entire Christian economy. Apostate Israel conspired with God’s enemies in Jeremiah 11:9-15. The fact that this is an act of unpardonable sin is evinced by the fact that God told Jeremiah not to pray for that generation of Jews who did this. Those verses also give a separation message, when in verse 15, the questions is asked: What hast my beloved (bride) to do in my house, my Temple (church) seeing she (the church) has wrought lewdness with many (whoring around with God’s enemies). Then she rejoices—Celebration Movement!
"The Lord Jesus will always have a chosen people to serve Him. When the Jewish people rejected Christ, the Prince of life. He took from them the kingdom of God and gave it unto the Gentiles. God will continue to work on this principle with every branch of His work. When a church proves unfaithful to the work of the Lord, whatever their position may be, however high and sacred their calling, the Lord can no longer work with them. Others are then chosen to bear important responsibilities. But, if these in turn do not purify their lives from every wrong action, if they do not establish pure and holy principles in all their borders, then the Lord will grievously afflict and humble them and, unless they repent, will remove them from their place and make them a reproach.
God is not 'worshipped with men's hands, as though he needed any thing' (Acts 17:25). E. G. White, The Upward Look, 131.
Here is what pre 1957 leaders thought of the ecumenical movement:
SDA Encyclopedia on the Ecumenical Movement—“On the basis of Bible prophecy and the writings of Ellen G. White, SDA’s anticipate the eventual success of the ecumenical movement, both in eliminating the divisions of Protestantism and in reuniting Christendom by bridging the gulf that separates non-Catholic communions from Rome. The ecumenical movement will then become a concerted effort to unite the world and to secure universal peace and security by enlisting the power of civil government in a universal religio-political crusade to eliminate all dissent. SDA’s envision this crusade as the great apostasy to which John the revelator refers as “Babylon the great.” They understand, also, that God’s last message of mercy to the world prior to the return of Christ in power and glory will consist of a warning against this great apostate movement, and a call to all who choose to remain loyal to Him to leave the churches connected with it. See Rev. 13:15-17; 14:6-11; 16:12-14; 17:1-6; 18:1-4; GC 444, 445, 573, 588, 589, 615.” SDA Encyclopedia, p. 411, and page 362 in some later editions.