End Time Bible Seminar Continues Friday

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Pastor Dennis Clark
Over 70 people braved the wind and rain to attend the End Time Bible Seminar at the Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday evening.

Pastor Dennis Clark, heard each morning on WBRY at 7:15 and called the “longest tenured pastor in Woodbury” by a prominent minister in town, is presenting this Bible based series each Friday and Saturday night that runs through April 16th.

His message this evening was entitled “The Edge of Prophecy” and expounded on how Bible prophecy is stunningly accurate, and because of this we can know the future of our planet.

In addition to the Pastor’s message, Violinist Roberta Chavez provided beautiful music and Doris Tucker, RN, provided the health talk on digestive health.

The next meeting is this Friday evening at 7 p.m. Pastor Clark’s Bible message, entitled “Catastrophic Global Conditions,” will explore specific prophecies of the end times including where the cataclysmic disasters happening all around us fit into the Bibles end time events.

Gospel singer and guitarist Mel Johnson will provide music and Joyce Kimbel will provide the health message on the importance of water.

Saturday evening there will be great treat with a concert by Pam and Jimmy Rhodes beginning at 6:15. Pastor Clark’s topic that night will be entitled Apocalyptic Omens.

The meetings are open to everyone. For more information contact Pastor Clark at 931-939-2807 or <clarktown2001@yahoo.com>
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Members Opinions:
March 29, 2011 at 8:11am
The End: I am inclined to go with Dec. 21, 2012 but don't look for me to give all away the day before and head for the Big Hill before daybreak that morning.

Ellen White in the 1850s had many believing that the end was near and Miller missed out on at least three dates.

Even Jesus in Matthew 16:28/Matthew 24:34 had many believers feeling they would be around when the end came.

Those who have prophesied the end before, also believed the Bible was "stunningly accurate" but that day never came to pass.

Funny thing about some people, they will believe just about anything.
March 29, 2011 at 11:15am
Thanks for your opinion MMW. Since you seem to know about Ellen White you should also know that she was totally opposed to date setting after William Miller and the Great Disappointment of 1844. Jesus did indeed teach that the end was near. So did Paul and the other Apostles. Churches of many denominations teach that Jesus’ 2nd coming is very near. Many also believe the Bible to be “stunningly accurate” even when it states that “the day or hour no one knows” Jesus continues with "so you also must be ready." (see Matthew 24:26 and 44).
March 29, 2011 at 2:55pm
Bishop Ussher gleaned from the Bible what he thought was some "stunningly accurate" dates and said the creation was on Oct 23, 4004 BC.
The end may be near but how close is very near? A few million or so years may be near or very near to GOD, but to us living now, that doesn't seem to fit our definition of near.
You are correct. Since we know not the time, we must be ready as if that time is now.
But I don't think you can use what happened in Japan or the unrest in the Middle East as predictors of "end times" anymore than those who felt like WWII ushered in the last days.

The "end time" clock starting counting down the day of the resurrection and may continue counting down for a millions of years.

No one knows for sure.

March 30, 2011 at 11:41am
it really does not matter WHEN the end of days occurs,does it? what really matters is that each and every person and their SOUL is ready and prepared for that day. Pastor Clark and the S.D.A. church(as well as all the churches in the community) are to be commended for the many deeds and acts of kindness and generosity they bestow upon the community both here and elsewhere.thank you!
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