Video description: What’s coming in 2022 and beyond? The Holy Bible has the answer. In this 5-minute video, Pastor Steve Wohlberg tells us what’s on the horizon and then lists 13 practical things we must do to prepare for the pending global crisis.
If you’re a Seventh-Day Adventist, let me preface this post with understanding.
When you’re in the only church denomination that teaches the historicist prophecy fulfillment explanations, which believes that it’s the remnant church of Messiah who has a special gift of prophecy, who is called to proclaim the three-angels message to the world; it’s easy to feel set-apart and it’s a challenge to see a different perspective.
But let me remind you that we will stand before our Righteous Judge to give an account of what we believe and what we teach. I pray that you’re the kind of person who wants truth, even if you have to find out that you’ve been misled.
SDA Church Pastor Steve Wohlberg asks, What does the future hold for 2022 and beyond?
He says that a global crisis is coming and in the confusion of this crisis, a global false solution will be offered which is the mark of the beast.
He’s pointing to a Sunday law that will demand that people rest on Sunday, as a solution for supposed cl!mate change.
Going to church on Sunday isn’t a fulfillment of the Sabbath rest anyway. Obeying a Sunday Law does not fulfill the Sabbath either. So the point that Sunday is the mark of the beast is off-target.
But this narrative is based on a false premise, that Saturday is the Scriptural Sabbath.
It amazes me that Seventh Day Adventist pastors trust the antichrist beast popes statement that they changed the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday, as a mark of their authority.
The popes are liars and this is disinformation to make the debate between Saturday Sabbath and Sunday Lord’s Day; which serves to hide the Scriptural calendar which is not compatible with the pagan Roman calendar of the antichrist beast popes.
Read the Seventh Day Adventist False Prophecy Fulfillment Teachings article.
SDA Church Pastor Steve Wohlberg says that the mark of the beast is plainly described in Revelation 13:16-17.
Indeed it is, but it’s not pointing to a Sunday law, as past fulfillment of prophecy proves that the mark of the beast is revering (mark on forehead, thoughts) and obeying (mark on right hand, actions) the antichrist beast pope.
During the last century, the number of Roman Catholics has increased dynamically, as the false prophet Jesuit Superior General caused his priests to spread around the world preaching the false gospel of Romanism. Today, 1.3 billion Catholics have the mark of the beast on them.
SDA church explanations serve to hide that truth about the mark of the beast and deflect blame away from the false prophet black pope.
Revelation 13:16-17 is pointing to a future time when the worldwide economy shuts down and nobody can buy and sell. Then in the confusion of the crisis, the antichrist beast pope may present a global false solution in offering a 0ne W0rld G0vernment financial system which is backed by gold instead of faux paper currency.
When people revere and obey the pope to be able to buy and sell again, they will have the mark of the beast on them.
SDA Church Pastor Steve Wohlberg makes some great points about how to prepare.
Sadly, they are part of a video which misleads people about the mark of the beast.
SDA Church Pastor Steve Wohlberg says that Revelation 14:12 describes people who are ready for Messiah’s return.
This is another prophecy that the Seventh Day Adventist Church gets wrong, as Revelation 14 is not about the end times.
The context is that the hand-written Scriptures had been banned and burned, and Messiah’s Ekklesia of saints had been persecuted harshly by the antichrist beast Popes during the Dark Ages.
One of the harvests of Revelation 14 points to the Protestant Reformation, when the Scriptures were given back to the saints and translated into English, German, etc., and with the timely advent of the printing press, the little book of Revelation 10 was created and spread around the world.
The Protestant Reformers proclaimed the Gospel and millions of Catholics were redeemed for the kingdom for a great harvest of souls. They put their faith in Messiah alone and sought to obey the Heavenly Father’s commandments, instead of the false gospel and mandates of the antichrist beast pope. It was a great victory for Messiah, after His Ekklesia was almost wiped out by the enemy.
The other harvest points to the judgment of people in France, Spain and other countries during the vial judgments; as they revered (mark on forehead, thoughts) and obeyed (mark on right hand, actions) the antichrist beast popes orders to kill the saints.
By that, we see what is the mark of the beast.
It’s interesting, and very telling, that Seventh Day Adventists teach that the vial judgments are yet to be fulfilled, as this serves to deflect blame away from the false prophet Jesuit Superior General, who was used to carry out the first five vial judgments, when he got revenge against countries that had kicked the Jesuits out and against the white pope who removed the General’s authority.
The Seventh Day Adventist Church appears to have been founded or infiltrated by the Jesuits, to hijack the historicist explanations.
In the 16th century, the Jesuits created the false, futuristic prophecy fulfillment explanations to deflect blame away from the antichrist beast popes. But Messiah’s saints effectively rejected the futuristic narrative for three centuries.
The false, futuristic explanations started to gain traction in the 19th century though Jesuit priest Manuel de Lacunza, Dr. Samuel Roffey Maitland, James H. Todd, John Henry Newman, Minister Edward Irving and others.
To counter this, people like Edward Bishop Elliott (1793-1875), Henry Grattan Guinness (1835-1910) and James Aitken Wylie (1808-1890), wrote books to explain the historicist narrative of prophecy fulfillment.
Elliott wrote Horae Apocalypticae (1844), which is a 2,500 page explanation of Revelation with 10,000 citations. Guinness wrote Romanism and the Reformation, History Unveils Prophecy and other works.
J.A Wylie published The Seventh Vial in 1848; The Papacy: its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects in 1851; The Rise, Progress, and Insidious Workings of Jesuitism in 1877; The History of Protestantism in 1878, and The Jesuits: Their Moral Maxims and Plots Against Kings, Nations, and Churches in 1881. Wylie was specifically pointing to the Jesuits controlling the world, so it’s interesting that SDA teachings hide how the Jesuits, specifically the Superior General, fulfill Bible prophecy.
The Jesuits know that the best way to control the opposition is to create their own controlled-opposition group, which teaches some truth to get people to trust them, but then misleads about key things.
When people learn that the 70th week of Daniel 9 is about Messiah’s multiyear ministry and His confirming the covenant with His blood to atone for our sins, they see that the narrative about most of Revelation being fulfilled during a futuristic 7-year tribulation is a deception from the enemy.
These people then seek teachers who give the historicist narrative and many find SDA Church teachers through seminars, teachings via YouTube and their many websites. The SDA Church teaches some truth, but then misleads people about key prophecies which serve to deflect blame away from the General in Rome.
SDA Church prophecy fulfillment explanations also serve to hide historicism from futurists.
When people who are misled by the futurist prophecy fulfillment explanations, see that the Seventh Day Adventist Church teaches that going to church on Sunday is the mark of the beast, they think that it’s absurd and it causes them to dismiss SDA’s and the historicist explanation of prophecy fulfillment.
SDA explanations serve to mislead historicists and cause futurists to shun the historicist narrative. Do you see how the controlled opposition narrative works?
If the SDA Church was not established for this purpose, it’s clear that it’s been infiltrated by the Jesuits of Rome, to carry out this role.
I’m not saying that all SDA pastors are knowingly deceiving people, but what they are teaching is doing exactly that. But it’s hard to believe that Doug Batchelor, Steve Wohlberg, Walter Veith and other SDA teachers, who seem very sincere and smart, are so off-target about the explanations listed in this study.
When you’re in the only church denomination that teaches the historicist prophecy fulfillment explanations, which believes that it’s the remnant church of Messiah who has a special gift of prophecy, who is called to proclaim the three-angels message to the world; it’s easy to feel set-apart and blindly trust your leaders, so it’s a challenge to see a different perspective.