Have you recently had a revelation in your life? Were you with friends from church or work and a discussion came up that you don’t know anything about? Have you recently discovered you have very little bible knowledge? Do you have difficulty remember scripture? Are you embarassed by your lack of bible knowledge? This article may be of help to you. Many, many Christians do not know the bible. They attend church on Sunday, but they do not study during the week, or daily. There are churches that have wonderful bible studies. The Seventh Day Adventist Church is on the top of the list for its in-depth bible study. Oftentimes, Adventists are referred to as a “cult”, or categorized as a church with “different” beliefs, usually by people who have never attended a service.
The Seventh Day Adventist Church has a world-wide presence. The American Bible Society publishes a list of Churches and Bible Societies throught the world that are working together to supply the Holy Scriptures in languages people can read and understand. The Seventh Day Adventist Church is identified as having the largest presence, by far. They are disseminating materials and teaching the Word of God in 175 Countries, in addition to the United States. The Church of Christ, Church of God in Christ, Assemblies of God, Southern Baptise Convention, Apostolic Church of America, and Salvation Army also have a growing presence, however, the Seventh Day Adventist Church reaches more people than all of those denominations combined. They are in countries in every part of the world, large countries and small countries.
What does the Seventh Day Adventist Church do that is different? They teach an 8-week, 24- lesson study of the book of Revelation. They also teach a detailed study on the Book of Daniel. They honor the Sabbath on Saturday. They own schools and hospitals worldwide. They publish books, give away bibles, and other literature that is distributed free throughout the world.
If you need to increase your bible knowledge, or find a church, do not let a faulty belief system about the Seventh Day Adventist Church prevent you from looking into bible studies they may be offering. Chances are, there will be a church near you, regardless of where you are in the world.
We will discuss the 28 Beliefs of the Seventh Day Adventist in our next article. As with any denomination, there could be some practices that do not sit well. What is important is whether they are teaching from the scriptures, and if that is the case, and you can increase your bible knowledge, it is well worth the time and effort to look into this option. WhosWhoinTheKingdom is proud to recommend the Revelation Seminar to anyone, baby Christians and Pastors, Ministry Leaders. The Seventh Day Adventist Church have invested greatly in teaching and they are doing an awesome job of taking the Word of God to people all over the world. Website: http://adventist.org