God has given us a weekly sign that reminds us of His commitment to humanity. That sign is the seventh-day Sabbath. How does a day remind us that God is our loyal Creator and Redeemer and where does the Sabbath fit into our Christian experience?
At their heart, Seventh-day Adventist Bible doctrines reveal Jesus. Every major theme of the Bible reveals a beautiful part of God’s character of love.
Bible doctrines gather the major teachings of the Bible and state them in a way that is easy to understand. They are seen throughout the Bible and are supported by numerous texts and passages of Scripture.
Seventh-day Adventist doctrines cluster around the following topics:
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From the beginning God set apart the seventh-day Sabbath as a special time of rest and fellowship. What is the heart of true Sabbath keeping and how do we honor God’s holy day? The Bible has the answers!
Have you ever wondered why some people worship on Sunday and some on Sabbath? Which is the real “Lord’s day?” Find out in this issue of Bible Optics.
We are perpetually tethered to work by our devices. We answer emails and work on projects off the clock. Then we rack up additional screen time scrolling through social media and binge watching our favorite shows. The result—anxiety and depression rates are at all-time highs. Experts are seeking solutions. God has the answer.
God has a sign that tells the world who His true followers are. It’s been the same since the beginning of time. It blesses all our relationships. And it still matters today. Do you know what it is?
Many say that you aren’t filled with the Holy Spirit unless you speak in tongues. Is this true? Discover the true Biblical gift of tongues and why God gives it.
The ancient Hebrew temple teaches us about the mission of Jesus and God’s love for humanity. Christ’s work in the heavenly Holy Place teach us valuable lessons.
Adam and Eve lost their rightful kingdom when they sinned, but Jesus bought it back. Someday soon, the God of Heaven will set up an everlasting kingdom that will never be destroyed.
The kingdom of grace begins in our hearts the moment we accept Christ as our Savior and Lord. We will experience the very real kingdom of glory when Jesus takes us to our heavenly home.
God’s kingdom is open to all of us. The Bible tells us how we can become a part of it today.