Reviews of Seventh-day Adventist Sermons on YouTube
Hope Through Prophecy posted the video by Dustin Pestlin, "Ancient Prophecy CONFIRMS the Bible! [Daniel 2]" on 4/11/20. Dustin demonstrates he doesn't know what his bible of choice, the New King James Version, says. See the review here.
A presentation by secretsunsealed titled "04 SUMtv Worship Service - April 18, 2020" was posted on YouTube on 4/23/20. Pastor C. A. Murray speaks truth about higher criticism but is apparently unaware of the flaws in the bible he is using. See the review here.
A presentation by Seventh-day Adventist Church titled "Sabbath School Lesson: From a Furnace to a Palace" was posted on YouTube on 4/30/20. Dr. David Tasker from "Avondale University College" is the speaker. Every time he appears in the video he is holding a bible (I assume it's a bible) but he never appears to be reading from it. In the one place he quotes from a bible, he isn't reading from the book he holds in his hand. See the review here.
Hope Through Prophecy posted the video by Dustin Pestlin, "How to Read the Bible! - 10 TIPS" on 5/2/20. Dustin first says "The Bible is the inspired Word of God." That's a good start but then later he says "it's not perfect." See the review here.
A presentation by the Cadillac Seventh-day Adventist Church titled "Hope Awakens Survival Keys for Challenging Times (Part 13)" was posted on YouTube on 5/6/20. Pastor John Bradshaw of It is Written is the main speaker. Brother Bradshaw demonstrates that either he doesn't know what his bible says or that he has Roman Catholic tendencies. See the review here.
"Modern Babylon Identified! (LIVE STREAM)" was posted on YouTube by White Horse Media on 5/9/20 with Pastors Steve Wohlberg and Tim Saxon presiding. The King James Version Easy Read (KJVER) bible was being used; perhaps because that's what they're selling on their web site. The KJVER isn't a version I've heard many Seventh-day Adventist ministers use. It has some poison in it but less than the New King James Version (NKJV) if that makes you feel better. In the introduction the purveyors of this version betray themselves. It says, " Good theological doctrine tells us that it is only the Hebrew and Greek autographs (the original texts) that are inspired of God, not the copies nor the translations." "Autographs" means the original document written under the direct supervision of or directly by the original author. NO ONE ON EARTH has ever seen an autograph of ANY portion of scripture. If you believe what the Publisher of this bible says, the best you can do is become an expert in Hebrew and Greek or believe an expert in Hebrew and Greek. Alternatively you can go it alone and not really know what God said. White Horse Media also sells tracts. Their tract titled Solving the Mystery of Death says that unless otherwise noted Scripture references are from the NKJV. Guess what? For many Scripture references they had to use the King James Version because the NKJV didn't say what they needed it to say. See the review here.
A presentation by secretsunsealed titled "07 SUMTV Worship Service - May 9, 2020" was posted on YouTube on 5/14/20. Pastor C. A. Murray is the main speaker for Sabbath School and discusses lesson 6 of the second quarter 2020 Sabbath School Bible Study Guide. He subscribes to the theory that the serious Seventh-day Adventist Bible student needs to use multiple bibles to know what God said if they don't understand Greek or Hebrew. Let's see how that works out with some of the bibles he recommends. See the review here.
A presentation by Bible Flock Box titled "8 Misunderstood Scriptures About Unclean Meat" was posted on YouTube on 5/15/20. Greg Sereda is the speaker. He demonstrates he doesn't know what the New King James Version says. See the review here.
A presentation by Sermons Room titled "How to witness to a Jehovah's witness and other denominations" was posted on YouTube on 5/18/20. Pastor David Asscherick is the speaker. Ecumenism at it's most ridiculous is displayed. See the review here.
A presentation by The Ten Minute Bible Hour titled "An Outsider Learns About the Seventh-Day Adventist Church" was posted on YouTube on 5/19/20. This is an example of what is taught by Seventh-day Adventists who should know better. See the review here.
A presentation by Seventh-day Adventist Church titled "Pastor Ted Wilson: 'God is going to use you to spread the Three Angels' Messages.'" was posted on YouTube on 5/22/20. Pastor Ted Wilson, President of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is the speaker. I don't think he understands what his bible of choice, the New King James Version, says in a couple of passages quoted. See the review here.
A presentation by White Horse Media titled "4 - Holy Boldness Credibility and Confidence in the Time of the End" was posted on YouTube on 5/26/20. Pastor Ron Kelly is the speaker. It seemed like a very good sermon until 24:00 when he demonstrated he doesn't believe there is an infallible Bible anywhere in the world. That detracted from his credibility. See the review here.
A presentation by Bible Flock Box titled "8 Facts About the NEW COVENANT Every Christian Must Know !!!" was posted on YouTube on 5/28/20. Greg Sereda is the speaker. He once again demonstrates he may not know what the New King James Version says; if he knows he apparently doesn't care. See the review here.
A presentation by Amazing Prophecies titled "7 INCREDIBLE FACTS ABOUT HELL That Will Change Your Mind About God!!!" was posted on YouTube on 6/4/20. Mark Fox who is a pastor and the evangelism director for the Oklahoma Conference is the speaker. You may have to see it to believe it. See the review here.
A presentation by the Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) titled "Armageddon | The Final Coalition (Live Church)" was posted on YouTube on 6/19/20. Pastor John Lomacang of the Thompsonville Seventh-day Adventist Church is the speaker. See the review here.
A presentation by Seventh-day Adventist Church titled "Pastor Ted Wilson: Christ's Ministry in the Heavenly Sanctuary" was posted on YouTube on 6/26/20. Pastor Ted Wilson, President of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is the speaker. He says "His Word never changes." Since he uses the New King James Version throughout it would appear that is the "His Word" he is referring to. See the review here.
When one goes to YouTube, at times there are short posts by various channels. They can be questions, informational, etc. On 7/2/20 the question that came up for me from White Horse Media was, "Bible prophecy gives us the answers to what the signs of the end will be. What are some other Bible texts that tell us we are in the last days?" Following this Matthew 24:6-8 was quoted from the New International Version (NIV). You can't bring up the questions you responded to at will; they eventually go somewhere and I don't know where. There was a tiny Steve Wholberg photo so I presume he was responsible for the post. See the review here.
A presentation by the Seventh-day Adventist Church titled "Interesting Facts abut Christian Stewardship" was posted on YouTube on 7/25/20. Pastor Chris Holland an "International Speaker, Adventist World Radio" was the speaker. Chris believes that he has the authority to edit the Word of God and that he is more qualified to choose words than bunches of other biblical scholars. See the review here.
A presentation by It Is Written titled "In the Word - Shields of Brass" was posted on YouTube on 7/25/20. I did not listen to this presentation. The commentary is only on the YouTube ads that preceded the presentation. In order to be monetized on YouTube, i.e., get money by having people watch your programs, you have to accept YouTube advertising. On a previous occasion I called It Is Written's attention to an ad promoting the Roman Catholic seven sacraments that preceded one of their presentations. I know they got that message because they answered my post. On this occasion I was banned from posting perhaps because of the links to some of my web sites. It Is Written is willing to accept ads that promote corrupt doctrine but isn't willing that anyone should see my web sites that uphold and defend Seventh-day Adventist doctrine. I guess It Is Written is more interested in money than sound doctrine. See the review here.
Amazing Discoveries Africa "Walter Veith & Martin Smith - Which Bible? Part 2 - What's Up, Prof" on 4/16/20. Though there were some inaccuracies, Walter is at least willing to say the New King James Version has defects. See the review here.
Christ Jesus Ministries with Christopher Sernaque as the host posted "Who is GOD?: The Godhead and the Person of the Son P2 | Interview with Timo Hoffmann PI 4" on YouTube on 4/24/20. Timo Hoffman is the featured speaker. Christopher and Timo have the right to say "the Bible says" because they only use one Bible and it's the real one. The presentation was above average and well worth listening to. See the review here.
On 5/1/20 Sermons Room posted "The story behind intercessory prayer Pavel Goia" on YouTube. This is a FANTASTIC presentation.
On 5/24/20 White Horse Media posted "2 - What to Do When the Mark of the Beast is Enforced: 10 Things to Know" on YouTube. Pastor Tim Saxton gave a powerful and very timely sermon.
On 6/18/20 Amazing Discoveries Africa "Walter Veith & Martin Smith - The Shaking - What's Up Prof 16" was posted on YouTube. I have nothing to say about it other than that it was a FANTASTIC presentation.
I'm delighted to add another YouTube video to the good list. On 7/4/20 Dr. Ricky Little gave a talk titled "Who's Rockin The House - 6 of 6 - Dr. Ricky Little" hosted by secretsunsealed. As the title suggests, it's about inappropriate music in S.D.A. churches. This was number six in a series; I thought the other videos were very good but this one was the best.
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