Imposter Claimant to the Elijah Messenger


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I must warn you that the Elijah claimant at the following link is not teaching the truth on the Godhead. The Father and the Son are eternal and co-equal. Ellen White said as much. And in Revelation 22, and other places in that book, Christ claims to be the Alpha and the Omega. Ellen White said that Christ was God in the highest sense. A word to the wise is sufficient. All others are not wise.


This (below) IS NOT a true statement. It is found in part I of the Elijah message at the link above. No true Elijah returned will make an error this serious—which involves the Godhead, which Ellen White says is a pillar, landmark doctrine of true Adventism:

"Believing in 3 co-eternals gives you no option but to deny Christ is truly the son of God. How can you believe God gave his son when really God is 3 co-eternal beings and Christ is a co-member who pretended to be the son.   Sadly many believe this without support from the scriptures.  And many do so willfully, conscientiously knowing that there is only “one God the father” and that “Christ is the son of God.”


                     His Eternal Pre-existence

     And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was. John 17:5. {FLB 46.1}

     Christ was one with the Father before the foundation of the world was laid. This is the light shining in a dark place, making it resplendent with divine, original glory. {FLB 46.2}

     Christ is the pre-existent, self-existent Son of God. . . . In speaking of His pre-existence, Christ carries the mind back through dateless ages. He assures us that there never was a time when He was not in close fellowship with the eternal God. . . . {FLB 46.3}

     His divine life could not be reckoned by human computation. The existence of Christ before His incarnation is not measured by figures. {FLB 46.4}

     Christ was God essentially, and in the highest sense. He was with God from all eternity, God over all, blessed forevermore. The Lord Jesus Christ, the divine Son of God, existed from eternity, a distinct person, yet one with the Father. He was the surpassing glory of heaven. He was the commander of the heavenly intelligences, and the adoring homage of the angels was received by Him as His right. {FLB 46.5}

     He was equal with God, infinite and omnipotent. {FLB 46.6}

     But He humbled Himself, and took mortality upon Him. As a member of the human family, He was mortal; but as a God, He was the fountain of life to the world. He could, in His divine person, ever have withstood the advances of death, and refused to come under its dominion; but He voluntarily laid down His life, that in so doing He might give life and bring immortality to light. He bore the sins of the world, and endured the penalty, which rolled like a mountain upon His divine soul. He yielded up His life a sacrifice, that man should not eternally die. He died, not through being compelled to die, but by His own free will. {FLB 46.7}

     And this wonderful mystery, the incarnation of Christ and the atonement that He made, must be declared to every son and daughter of Adam.
{FLB 46.8}

                         The Great "I AM"

     And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you. Ex. 3:14. {FLB 47.1}


     In Christ is life, original, unborrowed, underived. "He that hath the Son hath life." 1 John 5:12. The divinity of Christ is the believer's assurance of eternal life. {FLB 47.2}


     All the communion between heaven and the fallen race has been through Christ. It was the Son of God that gave to our first parents the promise of redemption. It was He who revealed Himself to the patriarchs. Adam . . . understood the gospel. . . . {FLB 47.3}


     Jesus was the light of His people--the light of the world--before He came to earth in the form of humanity. The first gleam of light that pierced the gloom in which sin had wrapped the world, came from Christ. And from Him has come every ray of heaven's brightness that has fallen upon the inhabitants of the earth. In the plan of redemption, Christ is the Alpha and the Omega--the First and the Last. {FLB 47.4}


Does Scripture support Ellen White that Christ is the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last? Absolutely!


Read the following Bible verses in the context of who is speaking:


Rev 1:8 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.


Who is to come—the Father or the Son?


Rev 1:11 Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send [it] unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.


Rev 21:6 And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.


Rev 22:13 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.


     “It was Christ who from the bush on Mount Horeb spoke to Moses saying, "I AM THAT I AM: ... Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you." This was the pledge of Israel's deliverance. So when He came "in the likeness of men," He declared Himself the I AM. The Child of Bethlehem, the meek and lowly Saviour, is God "manifest in the flesh." 1 Tim. 3:16. {FLB 47.5}


     This unconscious babe was the promised seed, to whom the first altar at the gate of Eden pointed. This was Shiloh, the peace giver. ... This was He whom seers had long foretold. He was the Desire of all nations, the Root and the Offspring of David, and the Bright and Morning Star. {FLB 47.6}


     And to us He says: "I AM the good shepherd." "I AM the living bread." "I AM the way, the truth, and the life.". . . I AM the assurance of every promise. I AM; be not afraid. "God with us" is the surety of our deliverance from sin.
{FLB 47.7}

                       The Creator Incarnate

     And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness:
God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory. 1 Tim. 3:16. {FLB 48.1}


It is antichrist teaching to maintain that Christ was not VERILY GOD IN THE HIGHEST SENSE MANIFEST IN THE FLESH.


     The incarnation of Christ is the mystery of all mysteries. {FLB 48.2}


     Christ was one with the Father, yet . . . He was willing to step down from the exaltation of one who was equal with God. {FLB 48.3}


     That He might accomplish His purpose of love for the fallen race, He became bone of our bone and flesh of our flesh. {FLB 48.4}


     How wide is the contrast between the divinity of Christ and the helpless infant in Bethlehem's manger! How can we span the distance between the mighty God and a helpless child? And yet the Creator of worlds, He in whom was the fullness of the Godhead bodily, was manifest in the helpless babe in the manger. Far higher than any of the angels, equal with the Father in dignity and glory, and yet wearing the garb of humanity! Divinity and humanity were mysteriously combined, and man and God became one. {FLB 48.5}


     It would have been an almost infinite humiliation for the Son of God to take man's nature, even when Adam stood in his innocence in Eden. But Jesus accepted humanity when the race had been weakened by four thousand years of sin. Like every child of Adam He accepted the results of the working of the great law of heredity. What these results were is shown in the history of His earthly ancestors. He came with such a heredity to share our sorrows and temptations, and to give us the example of a sinless life. {FLB 48.6}


     Those who claim that it was not possible for Christ to sin, cannot believe that He really took upon Himself human nature. But was not Christ actually tempted, not only by Satan in the wilderness, but all through His life, from childhood to manhood? {FLB 48.7}


     Our Saviour took humanity, with all its liabilities. He took the nature of man, with the possibility of yielding to temptation. We have nothing to bear which He has not endured.
{FLB 48.8}



Search the Ellen White’s writings using the word co-equal and you will get this result FOR ONE:

BOOKS/7ABC - S.D.A. Bible Commentary Vol. 7A (1970)/Appendix A - Christ's Place in the Godhead

...God's law, Christ, the one equal with the Father, came to ...

...the gift of his Son, equal with himself, possessing the attributes ...

...6}      The world's Redeemer was equal with God. His authority was ...

...who from the beginning was equal with the Father.-- Counsels to ...

...baptized, and these powers will co -operate with the obedient subjects ...

...being in Christ Jesus? Then co -operate with the three great ...

...442. 4}      We are to co -operate with the three highest ...


Also, no true end-time messenger of God will as much as contradict Ellen White on the divestation the Son experienced at His Incarnation, by quoting the Mason Manly Hall. You can take that to the church in heaven, Heb. 12:22, 23. That is a great error of Robert Sessler and his followers, though I don’t know the identity of the latest claimant to Elijah, who is the main subject of this document.