Tares Burned in the Field--The Church

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All farmers burn their tares in the field, and Ellen White, our prophetess stated that the world and the church comprise the field. This was the case in the last destruction of Ezekiel 9, which occurred in AD 70, involving the Temple and the city of Jerusalem. Ezekiel 22:17-31, says that the tares [dross] was and will be gathered into the midst's of Jerusalem, the apostate church, for burning and melting. This applies to all professing formally organized churches, including the Catholic church of course. If Catholics want to maintain that the Catholic Church is "Jerusalem," God's church, then, if they are consistent and believe God's Word, they have to believe that their beloved "Jerusalem" will one day be destroyed with its tares (dross). The same applies to the professing SDA Church. Only a remnant escape, as was the case in the type of AD 70. That remnant is further described in Ezekiel 5:3. Ezekiel 5:9, demands an end-time fulfillment of Ezekiel 5 and 9, because that verse describes the worst thing that God has ever done or will ever again do, and that is the Great Time of Jacob's trouble. Do you believe God? I am not asking you to believe Ron Beaulieu. I am suggesting you had better believe God Almighty!

"The 'field,' Christ said, 'is the world.' But we must understand this as signifying the church of Christ in the world. The parable is a description of that which pertains to the kingdom of God, His work of salvation of men; and this work is accomplished through the church. True, the Holy Spirit has gone out into all the world; everywhere it is moving upon the hearts of men; but it is in the church that we are to grow and ripen for the garner of God." Christ's Object Lessons, p. 70.

The Garner is the heavenly Kingdom, Matthew 13, and Hebrews 12:22, 23. Most will mistake the field for the garner. This is what happened in AD 70. This is what will happen in the next literal manifestation of Ezekiel 9. I, Ron Beaulieu, hereby prophesy this on my eternal salvation. "Study the 9th chapter of Ezekiel. These words will be literally fulfilled; yet the time is passing, and the people are asleep. They refuse to humble their souls and to be converted. Not a great while longer will the Lord bear with the people who have such great and important truths revealed to them, but who refuse to bring these truths into their individual experience. The time is short. God is calling; will YOU hear? Will YOU receive His message? Will YOU be converted before it is too late? Soon, very soon, every case will be decided for eternity. Letter 106, 1909, pp. 2, 3, 5, 7. (To "The churches in Oakland and Berkeley, September 26, 1909.)" E. G. White Manuscript Releases Volume One, p. 260.

"Here we see that the church--the Lord's sanctuary--was the first to feel the stroke of the wrath of God. The ancient men, those to whom God had given great light and who had stood as guardians of the spiritual interests of the people, and betrayed their trust. They had taken the position that we need not look for miracles and the marked manifestation of God's power as in former days. Times have changed. These words strengthen their unbelief, and they say: The Lord will not do good, neither will He do evil. He is too merciful to visit His people in judgment. Thus 'Peace and safety" is the cry from men who will never again lift up their voice like a trumpet to show God's people their transgressions and the house of Jacob their sins. These dumb dogs that would not bark are the ones who feel the just vengeance of an offended God. Men, maidens, and little children all perish together." E. G. White, Testimonies, Vol. 5, 211.

Professing Seventh-day Adventists, like the ancient Jews, need contemporary prophet(s) (visionaries) to interpret what the Biblical prophets were telling them! Nothing has changed! Is there anything new under the sun?


Ron Beaulieu