Why is there so much suffering in the world? Why is there death? Why Suffering and Death Who is the cause of trouble and sorrow? Is it God? Does God make people sick? Did God plan death? How can God be a God of love and allow suffering and decay? Is there any hope of release? Will it always go on like this? Continue Reading Continue Reading Does the new testament teach us that the earthly sanctuary was a type and a shadow of the one in heaven? Why Study the Sanctuary? God’s people needed the earthly sanctuary to help them understand the heavenly sanctuary and the plan of salvation. When the lamb was put on the altar it was to signify Jesus’ great sacrifice for our sins as the only way to find pardon and enter into eternal life. Continue Reading Which day is the true Sabbath? What Bible authority have we for this? WHY keep the Sabbath day? The Bible gives no indication that the Sabbath should be changed from Saturday to Sunday. The Roman Catholic Church claims responsibility for the change. Continue Reading Why So Many Churches? Bible, Buildings, and Babylon WHY SO MANY CHURCHES? In the question Why so many churches we see the battle between good and evil played out. We call it The Great Controversy. Satan wants to sow confusion. If he can't keep people from the Bible and from church, at least make it so complicated, with so many options to choose from that you might as well give up on religion altogether. Continue Reading Bible prophecies are witnesses of Jesus Christ, given freely for all to understand (Rev 1:1) Interpreting Bible Prophecy It reflects God's loving character and timelessness that He not only speaks history before it occurs (revealing present truth and foretelling future truths), but gives men insight to that which would cause them to stray from His salvation (John 14:6). Continue Reading

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He Speaks to Those Who Listen, January 28
The Holy Spirit Is Our Guide

He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches. Revelation 2:29. {SD 34.1}How man can be a counterpart of Jesus Christ is beyond human comprehension. But the Holy Spirit can strengthen our spiritual eyesight, enabling us to see what our natural eyes cannot see, or our ears hear, or our minds comprehend.

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Quote of the day

In Christ’s parable teaching the same principle is seen as in His own mission to the world. That we might become acquainted with His divine character and life, Christ took our nature and dwelt among us. Divinity was revealed in humanity; the invisible glory in the visible human form. Men could learn of the unknown through the known; heavenly things were revealed through the earthly; God was made manifest in the likeness of men. So it was in Christ’s teaching: the unknown was illustrated by the known; divine truths by earthly things with which the people were most familiar.

Ellen White, Christ’s object lessons 1,1