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    Hw d we kmw,SDA is da reminant church that is gna tke us o help us 2 go to heavn??

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    • SDA is remnant church in context of major christianity fallen from obidience to God even to be free to change law of God. Existence of Sda give us proclamation of Biblical truth. Aldouth we are also siners we didnt adapted law of God to indulige ourselfs. In that way that is helpfull to all men and us.

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    • You have posed a good question here Bonginkosi. First of all lets be careful not to think that just because our church has truth that it makes us saved automatically. Remember the Jews were the true church in Christ's day, but they crucified Jesus! Being a remnant church does not make you better than anybody else, much less mean you are automatically saved. The remnant church is simply the church that is patterned after the original church. The original church kept all the commandments including the Sabbath. The original church also has the Spirit of Prophecy. This is pointed out in Revelation 12:17 and Revelation 19:10. Ever since the corruption of the church in the dark ages, God has been leading a reformation to restore His original church. Many great men who have formed various protestant denominations have helped us in the road to reformation or reforming Christ's original church. I believe the Seventh-day Adventist Church fulfills Revelation 12:17 in that we have the Spirit of Prophecy and keep the commandments of Jesus. More importantly, according to Revelation 19:10 We have the testimony of Jesus. The original church was very Christ-centered and the focus of all their preaching and teaching. Likewise the Adventist church is focused and centered on Jesus and His soon return.

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  2. What is amazing about our God is how eager He is to take us back and restore us to Himself even when we are wallowing in the mud of sin. In our previous study, we discovered how God was swift to forgive the inhabitants of the ancient city of Nineveh and avert imminent destruction when the people of that city repented. Here we see a God who is not only willing and ready to forgive, but He becomes the catalyst that initiate repentance in the hearts of rebellious people. Moreover, it is a delight to know that the Lord delights in our restoration work. So in our personal lives, we always have to remember that no matter how far away we think we have gone from God, He is right in the midst of the storm, looking for the faintest window of opportunity we give Him to save us. What an awesome God we serve!

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  3. l want to know about how I can explain to non-Adventist for the person to understand that our church is the remnant church.

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  4. I am baptized member of Seventh-Day Adventist Church I seek to be helped with prayers my heart is moving away from the Lord

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