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The three blended religions of Sihkism, Zen Buddism, and the Church of God.
The Eternal spake:
"Take what was split
asunder and make
And I saw the
before the Throne
of the Eternal.
Where once there
were six candles
stood three candles.
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Chester had tears in his eyes. The Master waited with respect before giving Chester
final instructions. "You leave tommorow to go back to your home and your people.
Seek and understand the persecuted ones."
Chester dried his eyes. "You refer to the Sabbath keepers who believe in Jesus."
The Master nodded, "They are misunderstood and are a persecuted and scattered flock. Satan
presses hard against them as the End Time approaches. Satan wants to veil all minds
from the blessing of the Sabbath and make it difficult to enjoy the union with God this
special day provides us."
"At the Time of the End, God will be their home." Chester recited it as if trying to remember a lesson."
Church of God
The modern Church of God is a scattered group. Several church organizations trace their
heritage back to the work of Herbert W. Armstrong. Christ revealed to Mr. Armstrong
the Christian spiritual meaning of the Holy Days as kept by Old Testament Israel. The New Testament
meaning of the Holy Days contain the details of the Plan of God for the salvation of all of mankind. His crowning achievment was the book
Mystery of the Ages.
Big Sandy Church of God
Christian Churches of God
Church of God
Church of God, a Christian Fellowship
Church of God, Berean fellowship
Church of God News
Church of God, International
Church of God (Seventh Day)
Church of the Great God
Friends and Helpers
Intercontinental Church of God
Living Church of God
Philadelphia Church of God
Restored Church of God
Triumph Prophetic Ministries
United Church of God
Worldwide Church of God
Doctrinally, Seventh-day Adventists are heirs of the interfaith Millerite movement of the 1840s which predicted
the return of Christ in 1844, in what was later called the Great Disappointment. The movement experienced
a later rebirth from the leadership of Ellen G. White.
She enjoyed God's special guidance as she wrote her counsels to mankind.
She was the trusted spiritual counselor of the Adventist's for over seventy years until her death in 1915.
She was blessed with a knowledge vision of "The Great Controversy Between Christ and His Angels and Satan and His Angels",
which is the subtitle of her 219-page book, Spiritual Gifts, volume 1, published in 1858.
Adventist (400 page resource)
Official Ellen G. White Website
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Seventh-day Adventist Churches Directory
Seventh Day Adventist Outreach
Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement
Seventh-day Adventist Web Sites
Russian Adventist Global Mission
A d v e n t i s t M e d i a
Seventh Day Adventist Websites
The primary goal of the Messianic Jews and Jews for Jesus is to reach Jewish people
with the Gospel of Yeshua Hamashiach, Jesus the Messiah. These Jews believe that God has fulfilled
the promise He made to the Fathers: The Messiah has come (Acts 13:23) "Of this man's seed hath God according to his promise, raised unto Israel a Saviour, Jesus!"
Christian Jew Foundation
EliYah's Home Page
Emmanuel Messianic Jewish Congregation
First Fruits of Zion
International Federation of Messianic Jews
Jesus Messiah Fellowship
Jews for Jesus
Lion and Lamb Ministries
Beth Messiah Congregation
Messianic Bureau International
Messianic Jewish Alliance of America
Messianic Jewish Movement International
Society for the Advancement of Nazarene Judaism
Tikvat Israel: A Messianic Jewish Congregation
Other Sabbath Resources
7th Day Sabbath Keepers Directory
Bible Sabbath Association
Crowns of Glory
Global Sabbath Network
Jesus Messiah Research
Seventh Day Sabbath
The Christian Sabbath
The Truth About Sabbath and Sunday
The True Christian Ministry
Sabbath Keeping Christians
The Essenes were a third religious sect during the time of Christ that lived away from the towns. Instead they lived in simple communities. The Essenes practiced the seventh day sabbath, non-violence to all living creatures and the sharing of all material possesions. They were uninvolved in the politics of the Sadducees and Pharisees and shunned publicity. Because of the discovery of dead sea scroll material, this ancient sect and their teachings are back alive. The dead sea scrolls were hidden by this ancient people long ago in the caves of Qumram. Josephus writing around 80 A.D. said that the Essenes were Jews by birth but semed to have a greater affection for one another than they did for the Pharisees and Sadducees. Their piety toward God was extraordinary. They wore chitw garments. They used no profanity. They were ministers of peace. They spend a great deal of time studying the writings of the ancients.
The Gospel of the Holy Twelve
The Gospel Of Perfect Life
The Essene Nazarean Church
Essene Church of Christ
Essene Church of Jesus Christ
The Essene Resource
Essene Church Group
The Essene New Life Church
Dead Sea Scrolls (Introduction)
THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS PROJECT
The Dead Sea Scrolls
Dead Sea Scrolls Home Page
University of St Andrews Dead Sea Scrolls Web Page
Dead Sea Scrolls Theories
The Qumran Library
Dead Sea Scrolls Links
7th Day Sabbath Mormons
History and Succession
The church was organized in New York on April 6, 1830. Since 1838 they have continuously been called the “Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints” in the same style most often used before 1844, without the British hyphenation later adopted by the other Mormons.
Joseph Smith Jr. presided over the church from 1830 to 1844, and James J. Strang presided from 1844 to 1856.
Joseph Smith Jr. appointed James J. Strang to be his successor with a document that survives at Yale University. Scholars have determined that it has an authentic postmark “Nauvoo, June 19, 1844” on an envelope addressed in the same hand as the whole document. The envelope is block-printed in a style strikingly similar to that occasionally used by Hyrum Smith’s scribe, but is probably in the rare printing of Joseph Smith Jr. himself. The text of the document matches the language, style, and passion of Joseph Smith Jr. The document is published with the Revelations of James J. Strang.
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