We believe in the principles of the reformation as described in its motto: Sola Scriptura, Sola Gracia, Sola Christos. We base our beliefs on the teachings of the Seventh-day Adventist Movement as they adhere to the Bible and are set forth in the book Principles of Life. We believe the Bible is the only guidebook through which all may find salvation and restoration and recommend it to be read slowly, prayerfully, and frequently.
It is our prayer that this website will be unlike any site you have ever visited. We pray that your journey in this site will not just be a “visit,” —but that you will take time to pray and study, coming back often to study its contents carefully. I believe we have the privilege of walking on sacred ground by studying and understanding prophecies past generations never fully understood. Previous generations could not fully understand these prophecies because the generation to which they applied was not on the prophetic scene. But that generation is here —NOW!— we are that generation! We are living in the last Great Day of Atonement when the righteousness of Christ will be vindicated by our generation of saints! It will be our generation that will take the “testimony of Jesus” which “is the spirit of prophecy” to the world as foretold in Revelation 19:10.
Christ first points us to His own sermon in Matthew 24. On the Mount of Olives, in answer to the disciples’ questions, “Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?” Matt 24:3 Jesus tells what is to befall the generation which is to see Him returning to earth. He warns to look for a specific sign, “the abomination of desolation,” and leads us to the book of Daniel for understanding. We need to know what the abomination is, —which leads to the desolation of the earth.
From there, He will guide us to the book of Revelation which reveals the heart of the message in the seven thunders of Daniel’s prophecies. As we walk through the paths of prophecy, Revelation, Daniel and Ezekiel, the whole Bible, will give us the road markers of the future events in great detail that we may be on a spiritual foundation that cannot be shaken. Praise God for His saving Grace!
Jesus Wants a People Mighty, Strong and Full of Faith!
This can only happen in our lives because we have asked for the wisdom which our heavenly Father gives through His guiding Holy Spirit. “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord.” James 1:5-7. None of us have this faith and wisdom unless we ask and receive it of God! Let us open our minds to the Holy Spirit in this special study of end-time events that He will reveal to us the urgency of the time in which we live and the importance of the study of the prophecies. Come Holy Spirit and reprove us of our sin, that we may be warned and prepared. There is not a better time than now to surrender our heart, our all to Him, that we may be guided by His wisdom!
We need a strong faith to be able to stand the test soon to come. There is no doubt that the study of fulfilled prophecy builds a secure faith in God’s activities among mankind. Not only does it teach that events were foretold and fulfilled, but all prophecy points to the redeeming power of God’s plan —Jesus Christ.
Our faith runs deep because our Christian roots go deep into history. Not only common history, —BUT PROPHETIC HISTORY! The prophetic discernment that Jesus has given His people of the plan of redemption in His sacrifice —the sanctuary service— builds our faith on a firm foundation. Hebrews 1:1-3; 4:14-16. It is the past, present, and future revealed to mortals. Jesus says, “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.” Revelation 1:8 We, as believing Christians in prophetic history, know who we are, where we have been, where we are now, and where we are going because of prophecy fulfilled, prophecy fulfilling, and soon, prophecy to be completed.
But, sadly, I believe we are “light-years” behind in the understanding of prophetic history, let alone, the Christ-our-Righteousness prophetic message for our time! We are today not prepared for what is to move on the world with great speed and devastation. And WHY? Preconceived ideas have been our downfall! Some believe that if a prophecy had a fulfillment in the past, that is the only fulfillment it can have. Or that some prophecies may have an application in the future, but will have nothing to do with themselves. These preconceived ideas of where and when the prophecies are placed have kept many from learning God’s ordained plan for history and these last days. When Christ “shall turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the hearts of children to their fathers,” and the people of God are united, it will be because we have laid aside our preconceived ideas and determined to follow Christ wherever He leads.
Elijah is among us in the form of the last written message to go to the world; —it is a straight testimony of warning and redeeming love! Jesus is at the center of this message and has given it to us in a very special way. This message will make a people united, strong and full of faith! Jesus has given us His “testimony” —His “spirit of prophecy”— so that our faith cannot be moved by the false prophets of these last days. Our Lord desires for us to ask for Elijah’s mantle. 2 Kings 2. We are to be the Elishas that take hold of the mantle of Elijah, a double portion of the Holy Spirit’s power, which enables the “testimony of Jesus” to be proclaimed to the world with great power! Do you hear the call?
Jay Krügger is a Seventh-Day Adventist speaker who shares messages of hope and truth in Seventh-day Adventist and secular meetings. Jay is an avid supporter of the Spirit of Prophecy and the impact it has on the living faith of Adventist believers. Jay and his wife, live in Sweden.