This is a Sabbath sermon that deals with how, although God is a God of love, He did not spare the angels of heaven when they persisted in sin and rebellion. God did not spare the antediluvian world when they rejected and mocked His mercy. God did not spare Sodom and Gomorrah when they continued […]
This is a Sabbath sermon that shows that we, as Seventh-day Adventists, should not even be here in this world. We should have been in heaven years ago. What went wrong?
This is a Sabbath sermon that describes the spiritual crisis in which the nation of Israel found itself. God wanted to bless them, but they weren’t ready. Some were, but most were not. This was true in every generation, as well as in our day.
“When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him.” Isaiah 59:19. The enemy has entered, and will continue to come in with more errors, with more ferocity and with a confederation of allies like a flood against the people of God. And as […]
This is a Sabbath sermon on the final test, the closing of human probation and the second coming of Jesus. These events are closely related and will take place in close proximity to each other.
This is a Sabbath sermon that shows that only those who hold on to their faith, who have a strong prayer life and who are connected to the word of God will be ready for the coming of Jesus. “Now the just shall live by faith: but if any man draw back, my soul shall have […]
This is a Sabbath sermon that summarizes the themes that Jesus actually covered when He was preaching. “Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God, And saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel.” Mark 1:14, 15. Join the conversation […]
This is a Sabbath sermon that shows that we don’t have much time left. Christ, John the Baptist and all the prophets knew clearly the time in which they lived. Do we?
This is a Sabbath sermon based on Isaiah 58. Follow us on YouTube by subscribing to our channel.
This is a Sabbath sermon based on Numbers 14:40-42 and describes how the majority in Israel did not enter Canaan. What a tragedy—God’s people on the borders of Canaan and unprepared to enter!