Prepare for the Sunday Law – By Pastor Jeremiah Davis

6 responses to “Prepare for the Sunday Law – By Pastor Jeremiah Davis”

  1. To pastor David, thanks so much for your videos. I stumbled upon them just a few days ago around August 17 (2014). The video I was a watching was made it seems I 2008. Your position on the economy is very good. Unfortunately now in 2014 we still seem to be hanging on to the last bit of hope that the economy will turn for the better. I have not seen you latest videos and I am anxious to find out what your latest views are on the current events

    1. Praise God that you were blessed by this video. Please continue to look at the other videos by pastor David. The Lord is guiding him through these presentations, and he is building a case. The supposedly economic recovery is a lie, there will be no recovery. God in His mercies has allowed the economy to limp along a little longer, so that we can get ready, but this will soon come to an end. The end of all things is at hand. No man will soon be able to buy or sell without the mark of the beast (see Revelation 13). There is a preparation that you and I have to make. God bless, let me know if there are any questions.

  2. Can someone comment on this next passage?
    We are not of that class who define the exact period of time that shall elapse before the coming of Jesus the second time with power and great glory. Some have set a time, and when that has passed, their presumptuous spirits have not accepted rebuke, but they have set another and another time. But many successive failures have stamped them as false prophets.—Fundamentals of Christian Education, 335 (1895). {LDE 34.1}

    God gives no man a message that it will be five years or ten years or twenty years before this earth’s history shall close. He would not give any living being an excuse for delaying the preparation for His appearing. He would have no one say, as did the unfaithful servant, “My lord delayeth his coming,” for this leads to reckless neglect of the opportunities and privileges given to prepare us for that great day

    1. The exact day and hour of His coming has not been revealed. Christ told His disciples that He Himself could not make known the day or the hour of His second appearing. But He mentioned certain events by which they might know when His coming was near. – {SJ 175.4}
      “There shall be signs,” He said, “in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars.” Luke 21:25. And He speaks still more plainly: “The sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven.” Matthew 24:29. – {SJ 175.5}
      Upon the earth, He said, there shall be “distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth.” Luke 21:25, 26. – {SJ 175.6}
      “And they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And He shall send His angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together His elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.” Matthew 24:30, 31. – {SJ 175.7}
      The Saviour adds: “Now learn a parable of the fig tree; when his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh: so likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors.” Matthew 24:32, 33. – {SJ 176.1}
      Christ has given signs of His coming. He says that we may know when He is near, even at the doors. When the trees put forth their leaves in the spring, we know that summer is near. Just so surely, when the signs appear in the sun and the moon and the stars, we are to know that Christ’s coming is near. – {SJ 176.2}

  3. Can someone comment on this passage as well?
    Time-setting Leads to Unbelief {LDE 34}

    Because the times repeatedly set have passed, the world is in a more decided state of unbelief than before in regard to the near advent of Christ. They look upon the failures of the time-setters with disgust, and because men have been so deceived, they turn from the truth substantiated by the Word of God that the end of all things is at hand.—Testimonies for the Church 4:307 (1879). {LDE 34.3}

    I understand that Brother [E. P.] Daniels has, as it were, set time, stating that the Lord will come,within five years. Now I hope the impression will not go abroad that we are time-setters. Let no such remarks be made. They do no good. Seek not to obtain a revival upon any such grounds, but let due caution be used in every word uttered, that fanatical ones will not seize anything they can get to create an excitement and the Spirit of the Lord be grieved. {LDE 34.4}

    We want not to move the people’s passions to get up a stir, where feelings are moved and principle does not control. I feel that we need to be guarded on every side, because Satan is at work to do his uttermost to insinuate his arts and devices that shall be a power to do harm. Anything that will make a stir, create an excitement on a wrong basis, is to be dreaded, for the reaction will surely come.—Letter 34, 1887. {LD

  4. Pastor Davis is not time setting, he is simply lining up events, as they occur and was prophesied by the Bible and SOP. “The Bible says, “this generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled”(Matthew 24:34)-by this statement we can know when we are in the last generation (40 years) further more based on the events that are taking place we know what will happen next, because, everything will happen in its order.
    “The history which the great I AM has marked out in His word, uniting link after link in the prophetic chain, from eternity in the past to eternity in the future, tells us where we are today in the procession of the ages, and what may be expected in the time to come. All that prophecy has foretold as coming to pass, until the present time, has been traced on the pages of history, and we may be assured that all which is yet to come will be fulfilled in its order.” – {Ed 178.3}

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