“Five Men Slay After One Sets a Mark”
The subject of our study is found in the ninth chapter of Ezekiel. We shall begin with—
“A Rod That Speaks ... Creates Great Controversy”
Micah 6:1, 2-- "Hear ye now what the Lord saith; Arise, contend thou before the mountains, and let the hills hear thy voice. Hear ye, O mountains, the Lord's controversy, and ye strong foundations of the earth..."
“Lessons of the Firstborn”
One of the saddest of all Bible records is that concerning the failure of those whose privilege has been that of being the first in accepting God's message; of being, so to speak, the first born.
“Doubt, and the Testimony of Jesus”
The human mind is not so susceptible to any other curse preying upon it, as it is to that of doubt.
“The Church and the Home”
Making the church and the Kingdom the patterns for the home, the Bible thus implicitly reveals that the Christian must carefully study these two divine blue prints in order to model his home exactly after them.
“The Sealing of the 144,000”
The mystery concerning the sealing of the 144,000 is probably peer to any vexed Bible subject. Theory has crowded theory, only the more to mystify and confuse the truth of it.
“Qualifications for Soul Winning”
A serious reflection on our duty in soul winning, will not only enlighten us on the principles of Gospel missionary work, but will also stimulate a heart searching investigation and scrutiny of our lives—past, present, and future.
The God of glory appeared unto our father Abraham, when he was in Mesopotamia, before he dwelt in Charran, and said unto him, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and come into the land which I shall shew thee.
Dear Brethren in Laodicea, do you know that prophecy positively declares that the people of God in the Laodicean church are in a critically dangerous condition and know it not?
As the church of today is conversant with past church history, but totally ignorant of the Divine prediction concerning herself, we, in an endeavor to enlighten her, shall set forth in this article the reason for her ignorance of the prophecies.
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How can one prove that the "great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world...nor ever shall be" (Matthew 24:21), is not the "time of trouble such as never was since there was a nation"? Daniel 12:1.
Is not the slaughter of Ezekiel 9 to be fulfilled by the seven last plagues?
If "The Shepherd's Rod" is correct that "where there is no type, there is no truth," then where, may one ask, is the type of the work of the "Rod," itself?
The statement in "The Symbolic Code," July 1935, Vol. 1, No. 13, p. 9, that "if the individual does not reform at the moment he is convinced of the Truth, neither will he do it later," makes me fearful. For if it is so, then I have done things to cause me to be lost. What hope is there for me?
Because his prediction of the fall of the Ottoman Empire on August 11, 1840, was strikingly fulfilled, was Josiah Litch correct in claiming that the prophecy of Revelation 9:5, 15-20, was thus perfectly enacted?
What part do we play in the process of sanctification, and when is a person sanctified?
"If the slaughter of Ezekiel Nine takes place in the church before the close of probation, then why does 'The Great Controversy' p. 656 say: 'Now all have made their decision; the wicked have fully united with Satan in his warfare against God ...The mark of deliverance ...
"Please explain 'The Testimonies for the Church,' Vol. 5, pp. 80, 81 and give proof for a literal slaughter."
Since Jesus says "the kingdom of God is within" us (Luke 17:21), how, then, can it be an earthly kingdom?
What is the marriage spoken of in “Christ’s Object Lessons,” p. 307 and in “The Great Controversy,” p.427?
"How can I prove to a brother that the slaughter of Ezekiel 9 is literal?"
"Christ's Object Lessons," p.123, says: "When the work of the gospel is completed, then immedi¬ately follows the separation between the good and the evil." Does not the separation here mentioned take place at the second advent?
Why is the Rod taking so much time to teach the doctrines and the prophecies? Why not spend more time on the love of Jesus—the most important part of the Bible?