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THE SILENCING OF SATAN:
THE GOSPEL OF THE INVESTIGATIVE JUDGMENT
Typical Seminar Topics:
The Everlasting Gospel
The everlasting gospel refers to the way God has always planned to give eternal
life to mankind.
But, Why Lord !?
Why is there an investigation of believers?
The True Ground of Christian Assurance
The bedrock of our assurance is universally acknowledged. But, its ground is
little understood. And, therefore, it is underdeveloped and far too unfruitful.
The Judgment Enacted and Envisioned
To make sure we understand the judgment God has given us a prophetic
enactment and a vision of the judgment.
The Judgment Demonstrated
God has also given us real life demonstration of the judgment.
The Hour of God's Judgment
In this presentation we show that prophetic history confirms the Seventh-day
Adventist Movement's experience and its judgment doctrine. The role of Ellen
White is clearly seen as predicted in prophetic history.
What is the effect of these seminars?
Everywhere I have presented investigative judgment seminars base on the
findings shared in The Silencing of Satan: The Gospel of the Investigative
Judgment, people tell me two things. Both are encouraging, but the latter means
the most to me. First, many have stated, “This is the best presentation of the
investigative judgment I have ever heard.” But, far more encouraging than this
are the comments of those who have tearfully told me that they have been
suffering under some discouraging painful trial, but that my presentations have
given them comfort and hope. I shall never forget the first time I heard this sort
of comment. It was from a woman who was severely depressed, and baffled that
she would feel like God had forsaken her. She explained that she had no
understanding of such feelings. Normally she was an active, strong, positive
Christian. Yet, at this point she was probably the most discouraged Christian I'd
ever met. Before we finished talking she was feeling much better. A couple of
weeks later we were talking on the phone and she told me that what I had shared
lifted her out of the pit of despair and because of that conversation she was
doing fine. What did I present to her? The investigative judgment doctrine!
Imagine that. I would be glad to come to you camp meeting or church. I am sure
that the messages will bring comfort, and a fuller appreciation of the wisdom and
love of God in the truth about the investigative judgment.
Have a Seminar in Your Church, Camp Meeting,