The Songbird of Prophecy’s New “Love” Song

My fellow Israelite:

Did you ever in your wildest dreams think the day would have come when the Seventh-day Adventist Church would be “celebrating” the pope’s arrival on its doorsteps in Washington DC, to address the joint houses of the US congress, and the world, in his bid for a one-world church with a one world Sabbath day—Sunday?  Well, that day has actually arrived, and rather than singing the familiar theme of the Third Angel: “If any man worship the beast and his image… The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God,” (Rev. 14: 9, 10), our denomination’s front-line leaders are hosting a “musical” in honor of the pope’s arrival!  Don’t let the front of “ten commandments” theme of the musical fool you, that’s all it is, a ploy of the enemy to make you believe they are celebrating in earnest the sanctity of Ten Commandments, when it truth and in fact it is the celebration of papal resurgence in the Christian world that is being celebrated.

Listen closely to what Lonnie Melashenko, from the Voice of Prophecy, has to say about this event in the following trailer clip:

I can assure you this much: if you should ever go to that event and distribute a copy of The Great Controversy or some of our distinctive doctrinal literature, it would be considered not in good taste, and those who will venture in such a path will be denounced and disowned by the Church leaders!  We’ve seen this playbook before, and are familiar with the techniques of the enemy: he will make you feel like you’re serving YHWH, when his own cause is being advanced.  Think of the flowering tone in which Lonnie promotes the pope as, “the well-loved pope Francis,” and his weekly commemorative—“family day”!  And which day do you suppose the “well-loved” pope will be promoting as “family day?”  The seventh-day Sabbath, you say?  Think again!  T’is “the Lord’s Day” my friends that he will be promoting—the papal Sun-day.  And this has excited such an overwhelming thrill that the songbird of prophecy will lisp a new song—“Love at Work.”

Can you think of why it is called “Love at Work”?  I surmise that because we are saved by grace, we need not advance the distinctiveness of YHWH’s commands, so we will show “love” instead.  So we are reduced to a sort of cheap grace, just love everyone gospel, free from the condemnation of the commandments calling us to holy living. I am not being overly critical here, just reading between the lines, and being true to the script from which they are singing this new song.  What did Neal C. Wilson say about the Adventist theology as it relates to the papacy again?  Let’s take a read:

“Although it is true that there was a period in the life of the Seventh-day Adventist Church when the de-nomination took a distinctly anti-Roman Catholic viewpoint…that attitude on the church’s part was nothing more than a manifestation of widespread anti-popery among conservative Protestant denominations in the early part of this century and the latter part of the last, and which has now been consigned to the historical trash heap so far as the Seventh-day Adventist Church is concerned.”—Read the full article on this subject, beginning on page-2 of the last issue of The King’s Journal, at this link:

There are a few things you need to also know about this coming September and early October—the “seventh month” of the Biblical year.  Ever since 1844 Adventists have thrown away the prophetic almanac, and have stopped observing the passage of time since the memorable date of October 22, 1844, and so have every year celebrated the church’s anniversary on that date as the Day of Atonement (DOA).  Because they did not keep pace with the light, Adventist theologians are not aware that the DOA is not a fixed date as with December 25th, but a fixed event based on the seventh lunar cycle of the Creators’ calendar.  Not knowing this fact they have traditionally commemorated the Church’s historic roots on the Sabbath closest to October 22nd of each year (at least those Adventists who still believe in the relevance of the 2,300 days of Daniel 8: 14 as taught by our pioneers).  Why is this important in light of the pope’s arrival and pubic address to the nation, you may ask?  Read on.

The pope will address the joint houses of the US Congress, a very historic event, on the most holy day of the Biblical year—the Day of Atonement.  The Day of Atonement this year falls on September 24.  It was not without satanic design that the pope will address the world through the US congressional pulpit on this holiest day of the year!  On September 27th, the pope will again make another public address, that time in Pennsylvania, in the city of brotherly love, in celebration of Sunday sacredness, also known as “Family Day.”

On the evening of September 24th, after the pope’s ecumenical address, the earth will have welcomed the solemn Day of Atonement, while that night the sky will be silhouetted with a total lunar eclipse,  called  a “blood moon.”  On Sunday September 27th, the Pope will conclude his epic journey to the US and Cuba with the theme of “the World Meeting of Families.”  That evening will be the opening night for the biblical Feast of Tabernacles.  Coincidence? No indeed! It is the out working of his satanic majesty in the advancement of his career on earth in the titanic struggle called the Great Controversy.

So on October 3rd, the 6th day of the eight-day festival known as Tabernacles, instead of celebrating the holy feast, the Adventists will be chanting cadenced messages to the “beast,” in complete jubilation at the “well-loved” pope’s message of unity and ecumenical convergence. Truly did our Savior counsel, “Take heed therefore that the light which is in thee be not darkness,” and “If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!” Luke 11: 35, Matt. 6: 23.

My friends, the night is far spent and the day is at hand, let us put on the righteousness of Messiah, and walk even as he walked—having His mind, girding our hearts to follow the Lamb of God “whithersoever he goeth.”

Just a bit of background on the National Cathedral. This is not a Protestant shrine, but a national symbol of the Roman Catholic Church, under the auspices of the English (Anglicized) Roman Catholic Church. So in celebration of the “well-loved pope Francis” the Adventists will be serenading in the national symbol of his dragon-appointed plenipotentiary ecclesiastical authority.

Let it not escape your attention the similarity between the arches forming the doorway to the National Cathedral and those on the papal “mitre” of Dagon, the fish god.  The venue is perfect for the occasion–a celebration of the growing influence of “the Holy Roman Catholic Church.”

Pope's "Miter" similar to arches in National Cathedral.Take a look at the pope’s “mitre” (crown or hat), then look at the arched entrance and windows to the National Cathedral, and determine if there are any similarities.  Then also, look over at Dagon’s hat, and see if there are any similarities.  From my vantage point, I see a resurrection of the ancient Babylonian religion.  How about you?  What do you see? Tell us in your comments.

Most SDA’s are content with believing that the Sunday Law will be the only decisive issue in these last days, but they are wrong! While there will be conflicts with a national Sunday Law, that will only be the capstone in a series of compromises which have been made, and so Adventists will not hesitate in making the final step, because they have already compromised in so many other places before. Be reminded of this fact, that the 144,000 who declare the Loud Cry of the Third Angel’s message, have this insignia as their badge of honor, “The Commandments of YHWH and The faith of Y’shuah (Jesus),” (Rev. 14: 12), and not “the Sabbath commandment alone and the faith of Y’shuah”.  So the final issues will surround “the commandments” of God, and not just the Sabbath question.  For instance, homosexuality is as much a part of the mark of separation from holiness, as is Sunday sacredness in the last days. This goes to show that these closing issues are bigger than just lisping the Sabbath.  Think of the many Jews who keep the Sabbath, yet promote homosexuality!  To break one of the precepts of the Torah is to break all, and keeping one at the expense of others, is both folly and madness.  “These things ought we to have done,” says the Saviour, but not to leave the others undone.

“As the storm approaches, a large class who have professed faith in the third angel’s message, but have not been sanctified through obedience to the truth, abandon their position and join the ranks of the opposition. By uniting with the world and partaking of its spirit, they have come to view matters in nearly the same light; and when the test is brought, they are prepared to choose the easy, popular side. Men of talent and pleasing address, who once rejoiced in the truth, employ their powers to deceive and mislead souls. They become the most bitter enemies of their former brethren. When Sabbathkeepers are brought before the courts to answer for their faith, these apostates are the most efficient agents of Satan to misrepresent and accuse them, and by false reports and insinuations to stir up the rulers against them.” The Great Controversy, p. 639

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2 thoughts on “The Songbird of Prophecy’s New “Love” Song

  1. You may be just generalizing things but that don’t mean that ,is also what happening in America were our world wide head quarters is also happening for Africa which represents all nations at the general conference.under Southern Indian ocean division of the Seventh day Adventist church.


    1. Understood. Try to appreciate this passage, then explain to us: how “well” can the body be when “the whole head is SICK”?

      “Why should ye be stricken any more? ye will revolt more and more: the whole head is sick, and the whole heart faint.” Isa. 1: 5


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