There are many myths and misconceptions as to what actually happened in 1844 and the beginnings of the Seventh Day Adventist church. “Tell The World” gives a summary of what happened and why it happened, in an entertaining and clear way. I was actually very impressed by the quality of this production. Well worth the watch regardless of your denomination.
If you wish to dig deeper into this story and history, I recommend you read or listen to “The Great Second Advent Movement” which can be found for free in our audiobooks section.
Thanks to Leonardo Da Vinci, and the book named after him, we have some very inaccurate views of the last supper. This DVD shows us what the last supper would have looked like based on historical evidence of the time. In doing so, you get a far clearer understanding of many of the symbols Christ performed during his last meal with his disciples. Don’t let the poor quality fool you, this is a very powerful video.
Often churches go from being on fire, and gradually cool down to the point where they basically give up. What did Christ have to say about this kind of thing? What were the primary teachings of Christ relating to?
“Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD.” Jeremiah 17:5
I have seen the curse of this first hand, and it isn’t pretty! But has the majority of Christianity inadvertently taken on this curse by trusting their pastors on the topic of the immortality of the soul? What does the bible say about the soul? Is the soul immortal? What actually is a soul?
Very good sermon.
We are often told that we need to overcome sin, but we are rarely told how to do that. In this very practical sermon Mark Turner helps us understand why we get angry, or stressed or depressed, and how a simple shift in perspective can help us on a path to avoiding anger.
People are often incredibly afraid of the concept of judgement, for this reason the investigative judgment starting in 1844 is not a particularly popular doctrine in the SDA church. In this powerful sermon, King Tshuma shows us clearly how judgement is not something to fear, but to crave. This sermon also finishes with a moving testimony about how King was forced to live through the death of his entire tribe, and how he dealt with that.