Many Adventists that read these statements [From LDE below] will conclude that it is
justified to keep Sunday, and try to avoid the coming conflict.

Left out, are other statements that show that we should set forth
the standard and to make it obvious that we are different. Many of
these statements regarding working in religious lines on Sunday, by
holding Sunday meetings, were addressed to those in her day, who did
face such situations with real Sunday laws. To act in a manner then,
as we should in the last days when it shall become a test, would
have brought a premature persecution upon them. Since it was not
time for the testing message that brought forth the "mark" of the
beast, then it was good advice, but to those who try to apply this
counsel to the future, when it does become a test, it will prove
disastrous for them.

--- In, "Seventh-day Adventist
Church" <religiouslibertythreatened@... wrote:

 LDE - Last Day Events (1992)
 Chap. 9. - Sunday Laws
 Section: Engage in Spiritual Activities on Sunday
 Pages: 139.4 - 140.3
 I will try to answer your question as to what you should do in the
 case of Sunday laws being enforced.  {LDE 139.4}
 The light given me by the Lord at a time when we were expecting
just such a crisis as you seem to be approaching, was that when people
were moved by a power from beneath to enforce Sunday observance,
Seventh-day Adventists were to show their wisdom by refraining from
their ordinary work on that day, devoting it to missionary effort. {LDE 139.5}
 To defy the Sunday laws will but strengthen in their persecution
the religious zealots who are seeking to enforce them. Give them no
occasion to call you lawbreakers. . . . One does not receive the
mark of the beast because he shows that he realizes the wisdom of
keeping the peace by refraining from work that gives offense. . . .  {LDE
 Sunday can be used for carrying forward various lines of work that
will accomplish much for the Lord. On this day open-air meetings
and cottage meetings can be held. House-to-house work can be done.
Those who write can devote this day to writing their articles. Whenever
it is possible, let religious services be held on Sunday. Make these
meetings intensely interesting. Sing genuine revival hymns, and
speak with power and assurance of the Saviour's love.--9T 232, 233
(1909).  {LDE 140.2}
 Take the students out to hold meetings in different places, and to
do medical missionary work. They will find the people at home and will
have a splendid opportunity to present the truth. This way of
spending Sunday is always acceptable to the Lord.--9T 238 (1909).  {LDE