As I wrote this article, we were approaching the Thanksgiving season, anticipating the arrival of our family. Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday, primarily because of its spiritual dimension that calls us to reconnect with our Creator in gratitude.
As we have seen, by 1888 the disjunction between Adventism and the evangelical understanding of salvation had become problematic.
God desires for everyone to be saved, thus He sent His Son to make the greatest sacrifice the universe has ever known. Today, Adventists are being called and equipped globally to prepare people for the Kingdom that awaits.
Confidence in Jesus, and yes, confidence in expressing truth in these last days is what we’ve all been called to do.
We are in the midst of such deep political divides today, not only in our country and our world, but our worldwide church also is facing serious tensions and divisions.
A man is not justified by works of the law but through faith in Jesus Christ, . . . by works of the law shall no one be justified (Galatians 2:16 RSV).
Virtually everything, over time, tends to run down. Trees sprout, grow, produce fruit, then begin to decay.