Answers in a Time of Confusion
CoronaCrisis: Time to Leave the Cities?
Practical Steps To Leaving The Cities
The Image of the Beast
Climate Change and the Mark of the Beast
Climate Change Today. Sunday Laws Tomorrow…
Sunday Laws Today – You Tube
The work of the people of God is to prepare for the events of the future, which will soon come upon them with blinding force. In the world gigantic monopolies will be formed. Men will bind themselves together in unions that will wrap them in the folds of the enemy. A few men will combine to grasp all the means to be obtained in certain lines of business. Trades unions will be formed, and those who refuse to join these unions will be marked men….
The forming of these unions is one of Satan’s last efforts. God calls upon His people to get out of the cities, isolating themselves from the world. The time will come when they will have to do this. God will care for those who love Him and keep His commandments.—E. G. White Letter 26, 1903, Portions in Selected Messages 2:142, 143.
I was thinking… what could the purpose be of eliminating the current Sunday Laws that are still “on the books”? The thing that came to mind for me is that what way to better distance yourself from the reason why blue laws were instituted in the first place. They were after all put in place as a religious observance. Take away the implication that it is a religious law and it could have a wider appeal possibly? Right? Also, the “new” Sunday Law would be about global warming, as well as a “family day” then. Except to those who would adhere to it for religious reasons. Seems like a win for everybody (excluding Adventist’s of course)… the secular and the religious. Including of course, the enemy of souls. He is relentless. 1 Peter 5:8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour… Genesis 3:1 Now the serpent was more “subtil” than ANY beast of the field which the Lord God had made. Subtil meaning: https://av1611.com/kjbp/kjv-dictionary/subtil.html