Tuesday, August 3, 2021
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Present-truth and predicting the future: have Adventists got it wrong?

The attitude of having everything figured out about what will take place in the end times and making these things the main focus requires further examination.

The Gospel in Daniel and Revelation

Most of the Bible is made up of various accounts of how God has worked throughout history to implement the plan of salvation, but the books of Daniel and Revelation focus particularly on the issues of the great conflict between God and Satan.

Revelation Bible studies spike as people search for meaning during COVID-19

Thousands of Adventists and seekers are tuning into online Revelation Bible studies, both within Australia and across the world.

Is this the end?

With the luxurious and comfortable lifestyle that many of us live, Matthew Hunter warns us that we need to "come out of Babylon" (Revelation 18).

Coronavirus and prophecy

Loma Linda theologian Dr Jon Paulien analyses whether COVID-19 is a sign of the End.

Three angels’ messages

Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on the significance of the three angels' messages for Seventh-day Adventists.

My Ministry: Revelation meditations

When a church decides they want to run a prophecy seminar, the budget is usually one of the first things they consider. Pastor Ross Chadwick figured out how to run one for free.

Reading Revelation

Adventists have had an obsession with Revelation for years. But are we allowing it to dynamically speak present truth into modern lives?

144,000: Literal or symbolic?

"Then I heard the number of those who were sealed: 144,000 from all the tribes of Israel" (Revelation 7:4 NIV).

The end of Bible prophecy?

Prophet or pretender: What are we to make of Nostradamus' predictions, many of which seem to have come true?
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