John Nevin Andrews

John Nevin Andrews

April 8, 2021 John Nevins Andrews (“JN Andrews”) July 22, 1829 - October 21, 1883 JN Andrews was born in Poland, Maine in 1829. He was convinced in early youth that Jesus was returning soon and was a part of the Millerite movement. Just prior, at the age of 11, he had...

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Joseph Bates

Joseph Bates

March 4, 2021 Joseph Bates; 1792 - 1872 Joseph Bates was an American seaman and revivalist minister. He was a co-founder and developer of Sabbatarian Adventism, whose followers would later establish the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Bates is also credited with...

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James White

James White

February 3, 2021 James White; August 4, 1821 – August 6, 1981 "I feel that he is the best man that ever trod shoe leather.”Ellen white5mr 208.5 —Document File 733c, pp. 8, 10, 11. (Interview with Mrs. E. G. White, regarding early experiences.) James White was born on...

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Ellen Gould White

Ellen Gould White

January 5, 2021 Ellen Gould Harmon; November 26, 1827 – July 16, 1915 Ellen White, and her twin sister Elizabeth, were born November 26, 1827, to Robert and Eunice Harmon in Maine, USA. She was the seventh of eight children. At the age of nine, Ellen White was hit in...

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A Lovable Christian

A Lovable Christian

April 8, 2021 The strongest argument in favor of the gospel is a loving and lovable Christian.Ministry of healing, p.470.1 It is not argument, knowledge, zeal, or even rigid adherence to the law of God that most draws souls to Jesus, gives our life meaning, and...

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Bible Study on Rachel

Bible Study on Rachel

March 18, 2021 Rachel means “lamb.” She was the beloved wife of the patriarch Jacob. Beautiful in form and appearance, Jacob worked 14 years for her hand. After being barren for many years, the Lord opened her womb, and granted her two sons. Despite her great love for...

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How is Your Courage?

How is Your Courage?

March 4, 2021 A Pastor that I worked with many years ago would, on occasion, ask me, “Well Jason, how’s your courage today?” That was the first time I remember being asked that question, and I would like to ask you today, “How’s your courage?” We are living in...

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Bible Study on Rebekah

Bible Study on Rebekah

February 18, 2021 Rebekah means “kind.” The main theme we studied in the life of Rebekah was the concept of the “election.” Though it may appear at first glance that the Lord’s choosing of Rebekah for Isaac’s wife, and of Jacob to perpetuate the promised seed, is a...

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A New Year of “New Years”

A New Year of “New Years”

February 1, 2021 Now that we are a month into the new year, and the wonderful new years’ service that we had together to usher in 2021 is becoming a little distant, finding its place in the annals of memory, it is a good time to consider our need of daily examination....

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Remember Lot’s Wife

Remember Lot’s Wife

January 21, 2021 The Bible admonishes us to remember Lot’s wife (Luke 17:32). Unfortunately, she is not to be remembered for any good deed. Rather, it is a solemn warning, so that we do not stray off the narrow path and perish with the world. While the Spirit of...

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Lockdown in Canada

Lockdown in Canada

February 4, 2021 A declaration of emergency was made on January 12, 2021 for all of Ontario, Canada. A stay at home order is in effect, and 14.7 million people have been asked to stay at home except going out for necessities such as to the grocery store or medical...

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A Longing for Reformation

A Longing for Reformation

January 5, 2021 The weather was wet and cold, which made for a perfect opportunity to have an afternoon Bible study after church service. Several of our group gathered around the fellowship hall table to enjoy the partaking of the spiritual food. We opened our Bibles...

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Heavenly Trio

Heavenly Trio

A new 285 page book has come out by author and speaker Ty Gibson seeking to trace the journey of Ellen White and the pioneers understanding of the relationship between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The book leaves the reader with the idea that the Trinity is very...

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Barabbas – Another Jesus Another Gospel

Barabbas – Another Jesus Another Gospel

And they had then a notable prisoner, called Barabbas. Therefore when they were gathered together, Pilate said unto them, Whom will ye that I release unto you? [Jesus] Barabbas, or Jesus which is called Christ? For he knew that for envy they had delivered him. When he...

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