His bulletproof motorcar eased its way through the crowded streets of the world's most famous city, to the applause of thousands jostling for a glimpse at the aged but celebrated and Pius patriarch. With compassionate eyes and a warm smile, he waved slowly at his admirers. It was indeed a historic event when Pope John Paul ll visited Egypt in February, then Jerusa lem in March. The roar of the hordes of spectators told us that everyone new it. Read the full article here.
It has been said by some that it matters not whether one understands the subject of the 144,000 or not, so long as he does right. This is certainly true if we do right, but how do we know whether we do right or not, except we understand Bible doctrines? How can we know whether we keep the right Sabbath, or belong to the right church, unless we understand that doctrine? Click here to read more.
Fast breaking news event of international scope with intensifying magnitude are daily blanketing the earth. Earthquakes, natural disasters, economic instability and political strife are escalating. Treaties, agreements and man-made covenants even of a clandestine nature fail to address or arrest the real issues of this rapidly approaching avalanche of global developments. In the process, religious liberty and national sovereignty are being eradicated. Politically, economically, and religiously bound together by coercion, the nations of the earth are being forcibly moved towards a "New World." Read more here.
Because of their erroneous belief that God's throne has always been in the sanctuary and that Christ after ascending on high sat there at the right hand of His Father, men have put forth every effort possible to prove that Christ entered "within the veil" immediately after He left His disciples. Click here to read more.
To truly understand Davidian Seventh-day Adventists and their struggles, one must burro into a mine laden with exceptional fortitude and a people of resilience. It is a narrative of the human spirit and that enigma of enigmas—faith. Fasten your seat belts; you are in for a ride.
Our journey begins in a hamlet called Raicovo, nestled in the Rhodope Mountains of southwestern Bulgaria. There, March 2, 1885, Victor Tasho Houteff was born. Read the full story here.