God is Leading Out

A People

 

31 And the remnant that is escaped of the house of Judah shall again take root downward, and bear fruit upward: 32 For out of Jerusalem shall go forth a remnant, and they that escape out of mount Zion: the zeal of the LORD of hosts shall do this.

 

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----- Original Message -----

From: Gar

To: Adventist-fm@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2010 6:07 PM

Subject: Re: [Adventist-fm] Re: The General Conference no longer the voice of God.

 






I am encouraged and blessed as I realize that the God of Israel is still guiding His people, and that He will continue to be with them, even to the end. . . .  {MR311 16.2}

 

Ron responds: God will certainly guide His people to the end. That means all who keep His commandments and heed the Laodicean message in its entirety, not an apostate, new movement church that is teaching antichrist doctrine.

 

 God is leading out a people.  He has a chosen people, a church on the earth, whom He has made the depositaries of His law. He has committed to them sacred trust and eternal truth to be given to the world. He would reprove and correct them. The message to the Laodiceans is applicable to Seventh-day Adventists who have had great light and have not walked in the light. It is those who have made great profession, but have not kept in step with their Leader, that will be spewed out of His mouth unless they repent. The message to pronounce the Seventh-day Adventist Church Babylon, and call the people of God out of her, does not come from any heavenly messenger, or any human agent inspired by the Spirit of God.  {MR311 5.1} 

 

Ron responds:

 

        Yes, God is leading OUT a people, straight out of apostate Jerusalem, as well as Babylon.

        The Laodicean (lukewarm) message does not apply to a church once it has committed COLD SRICTLY FORBIDDEN APOSTASY after knowing the truth. The Laodicean message does not apply to a church that has separated itself from God and is teaching antichrist doctrine.

 

Ellen White said-- 

"Those who have published the Loud Cry [DVD] tract have not consulted me upon the subject. They have quoted largely from my writings and put their own construction upon them. They claim to have a special message from God to pronounce the Seventh-day Adventist Church Babylon, proclaim her fall, and call the people of God to come out of her, and try to make the Testimonies substantiate their theory. These publications are misleading minds, and increasing the prejudice already existing, and tend to make it more difficult to get access to them to present the message God has given in warnings to the world of altogether a different character from the ideas presented in these pamphlets [DVD]."  {RH, November 8, 1956 par. 1} 

 

Gar

 

The above statement was written to Stanton and Caldwell in 1893 when Ellen White said that the church was keeping the commandments and heeding the Laodicean message.

 

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