Ultimately all of our views on a variety of life topics are directly affected and shaped by a foundational view. As a Bible Christian, mine are governed by what I have discovered in the Bible through study. These studies have been enlightening and faith building for me and have helped me to "see" the truth in many Bible topics and life issues. I pray that it will be a blessing to you, as it has been for me.
SDAs are (Foremost) Members of the “Synagogue of Satan” (Rev 2:9; 3:9; EW 54-56)
Throughout this blog, it has been stated in various pertinent contexts just how the SDA Church is being the prophetic Synagogue of Satan. (See e.g. here and here). This is a highly deceptive “assembly” which, and just as Satan when mustering a rebellion in Heaven, presents a facade of being dedicated to God, and devotedly about His Work and Glory, when all along they are indeed acting out the various character traits of Satan. Of course they do not believe this about themselves, but it nonetheless, Biblically/Righteously objectively is, as easily documentable, -as summarily/samply here done in this post, the very truth about who they really are, and/from indeed what they truly/actually “Fundamentally Believe”.
The “Synagogue of Satan” entity is one which has been variously manifested amongst God’s People throughout the Great Controversy history. And their chiefest, indeed pointed purpose, of having been constituted by Satan beyond the primary objective of deceiving as many people as possible in order to establish a large enough populace and power base (cf. Rev 3:8b), is to, initiatively/passively, and/or actively, be used by the Devil to persecute the (actual) chosen/elect/commissioned of God (Rev 2:9)...for if/when a “religious” body itself joins with the state/civil power to marginalize, confine or even murderously persecute another religious group, then Satan has exponentially increase his sought after chance to silence the exposing and defeating testimony of that opposing Remnant Elect of God. (=Rev 11:7-10)
So the following “indicting” (Greek: krino) citations against the SDA Church catalog how they have been used by Satan as his foremost, blissfully “stupid”, “uninterested”, “careless” and “indifferent” (=e.g., EW 48.2; 54.2; 247.1, 271.1) pawns in opposing righteousness. (Rev 19:11):
‘Warning of Evil’ (Isa 45:7; 28:5-13, 14-22) to You All Seventh-Day Adventists... (Zeph 3:1-17ff|Matt 23:1-36|DA 610.1-620.4)
...whether core-rotten mainline or sapless offshoot replicates, you have ‘the indifferently oblivious false “hope” that Jesus is coming back soon to save and reward you for your works’ when you are quite wanting in God’s balances as the works that you actually have in the light of your much greater knowledge, blessing, capability, opportunity and responsibility will only provide you your actually long-ago Divinely fashioned, decreed and most craftily sustained reward to burn in Hell at least just shy (if not justly twice) as long as the generation of those who rejected Jesus Christ when He was here on Earth in Person.
True & Full “Revival” and True & Full “Reformation” (Ezek 37:10, 14 & LDE 189.3)
Much more could have been expoundingly and explanatorily said on this most pivotal issue for SDA but, at/by this point, why restate what has already been said throughout this blog, all based on the SOP and the Bible. Indeed why ‘cast your pearls before swines???’ (Mat 7:6a)... What difference would that make but variously be a personal detriment. (Mat 7:6b)
Therefore the following SOP statement should suffice....to even the ‘“half-dead” SDAs:
When one endeavors to study the prophetic topic of Revelation’s Babylon beyond what is commonly, truncatedly, presented and emphasized in SDA circles, namely Rev 17:1-9 & 18:1-8, it is transparently easy to see that much more than a religious aspect of Revelation’s Babylon is being taken issue with by God. This wider study involves, obviously, also studying the rest of Rev 17 & 18, (thus Rev 17:10-18 & 18:9-24). However a commonly neglected contributor to this study is the Old Testament background from which Revelation’s Babylon is drawn from. As many, almost verbatim, quotations and allusions show, that, pointedly in the prophecy in Jer 51, God spoke of the vengeance that He would be taking upon His actually previously summoned king and kingdom of Babylon. Before the full and further prophetic issues in Rev 17 & 18 are discussed, and indeed in order to first have the proper Biblical background for that prophecy, the circumstances and (Theological) issues involved in the Jer 51 judgement of God need to be properly and fully understood.