Can one know God and not keep His commandments? Let John answer (1Jn2:4). He that says, I know Him and keeps not His commandments (including the 4th) is a liar and the truth is not in him. Since Seventh-Day Adventists derive their teachings from the Holy Bible, I will answer questions on any Biblically related subject or topic and questions on distinct Adventist practice and doctrine. Remember Paul`s words that state in the last days there will be deceivers seeking to lead astray many, yet the sincere believer can take comfort in the Lord`s promise that anyone desiring to know His truth will know it. May the Lord bless you as you seek Him.
I graduated from an Adventist University with a major in Behavioral Science and a minor in religion including an intermediate study of the Greek written language. I earned a master in religion from Liberty University a Baptist seminary. I have been a student of the Bible and of Biblical history for over 30 years.
The study of God's Word is the most important duty for every man and woman since eternal consequences are at stake and I like encouraging others with a true and accurate understanding of that Word.
The SDA denomination was raised of God and is His appointed channel of truth for these last days. Special reference is made in Revelation 12:17 which reads, "they keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus."
Wherever God places His truth unholy men lead by the powers of darkness will attack that truth. Solomon concluded his writings of Ecclesiastes with the following: Fear God and keep His commandments, for this is the whole duty of man. If anyone proclaims that even one of those commandments is no longer binding, you can be assured that this person has not the Spirit of God but another spirit.
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