changed - SDA Jesuit Leader infiltrators Have Changed the Truth of God into a LIE!

 Altering statements to further doctrinal policy of the church leadership. Learned men have in some instances changed the words of Ellen White's writings, thinking that they were making it more plain, when in reality they were mystifying that which was plain, by causing it to lean to their established views, which were governed by tradition, man's ideas and philosophy instead of God's ideas, a gift given to us straight from heaven through His chosen channel/medium Ellen White. 

Warning! SDA'S: E.G. Whites writings adulterated!
https://youtu.be/4Be2h7s9csY

When people bring up Ellen White and her quotations, you should 
know her books have been manipulated and modified by W. W.
Prescott, A. G. Daniels, and Leroy E. Froom. I sent you some 
pages written by a friend of mine, Daryl Clarke, with a long list
of articles in which the Holy Spirit is mentioned as the Third 
Person of the Godhead. Ellen White condemned Prescott and 
Daniels as being the instruments of Satan by changing her books. There is also evidence that Froom was a Catholic priest and
was an "Adventist" leader who wrote Questions on Doctrine
which was a surrender of SDA principles and teachings.

When people come with falsified quotations of E. White, I tell
people: Show me that from the Bible. Give me a similar quotation
from Scripture.

Remember 2 Cor. 3:17 and 18 where Paul stated: "The Lord is
the Spirit." It is repeated in verse 18. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit
of God and the Spirit of Jesus. See Romans 8:9 and Mark 12:
29 and 32.

From: <williamvangrit@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 10:14 PM
Subject: Fwd: Chapter 35
To: readers


Dear fellow believers,

Please compare Ellen White's Great Controversy published in 1884 with the one published in 1911. Here and there you will find significant differences, perhaps to soften the anti-Catholic phrases and words found in the 1884 edition of The Great Controversy and make the 1911 more friendly in order to avoid Catholic hostility, especially in this age of ecumenism and Spiritual Formation of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits. Your thoughts? As you know, the SDA church has embraced Spiritual Formation since 2001.

Blessings,

William

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From: "daniel-revelation@juno.com" <daniel-revelation@juno.com>
Date: June 17, 2016 at 8:42:01 AM EDT
To: Undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: RE: Chapter 35




PROPHETESS ELLEN WHITE'S BOOKS HAVE BEEN CHANGED AS SHE PREDICTED...

"Our religion would be changed" –{Selected Messages Book 1, p. 204.2}.

The main goal of the Jesuit order is to counter the work of the Reformation, which is the establishment of Protestantism.  Protestantism is based on moral absolutes given by God through His Word (See John 14:6) "Under a religious guise, Satan will seek to extend his influence over the Christian world." (The Great Controversy, p. 464).

"Martin Luther, and other reformers, arose in the strength of God, and with the Word and Spirit, made mighty strides in the Reformation. The greatest fault we can find in the Reformation is, the Reformers stopped reforming. Had they gone on, and onward, till they had left the last vestige of Papacy behind, such as natural immortality, sprinkling, the trinity, and Sunday-keeping, the church would now be free from her unscriptural errors." (James White, February 7, 1856, Review & Herald, vol. 7, no. 19, page 148, par. 26).

“The third angel's message was, and still is, a WARNING to the saints to "hold fast," and not go back, and "receive" the marks (of the beast) which the virgin band got rid of, during the second angel's cry.” A Word to the "Little Flock" JAMES WHITE, Topsham, Maine April 21, 1847.

[Ellen G. White warned in 1903: "Books of a new order would be written–{Selected Messages Book 1, p. 204.2;  Lt 242, 1903 (October 1903) par. 13}.]

"The principles of truth that God in His wisdom has given to the remnant church, would be discardedOur religion would be changed. The fundamental principles that have sustained the work for the last fifty years would be accounted as error. A new (501c3 non-prophet/profit/tax-exempt) organization would be established. Books of a new order would be written. A system of intellectual philosophy (metaphorical / hypothetical / symbol / figure of speech / pretend) would be introduced" –{Selected Messages Book 1, p. 204.2}. 

...AND GOD'S PEOPLE HAVE BEEN LIED TO "The text of the book is unchanged" CH4:

"When the finished product carries the stamp of a standard publishing house, it bears denominational approval.  It is then a denominational, not a private, publication. It has a measure of authority and dignity not otherwise possible." LeRoy E. FroomMinistry Magazine, December 1948, p 23, Review and Herald Publishing Association.


THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST JESUIT LEADERS HAVE CHANGED THE WORDING FROM THE FIRST EDITION OF COUNSEL'S ON HEALTH PUBLISHED IN 1923. THE SECOND EDITION PRINTED IN 1957 WAS CHANGED DESPITE THE PREFACE 
"The text of the book is unchanged" on page 4  AND HAVE LIED TO GOD'S PEOPLE:

Counsels on Health subtitle "Grieving the Holy Spirit" on p. 561 in second edition (1957) "The text of the book is unchanged" (referencing the 1923 Edition) preface on the 4th page in the second edition. The mention of the Holy Spirit in the first edition (copyright 1923 Pacific Press) on page 561 refers to the holy spirit as "IT" and in the second edition it IS CHANGED TO SAY "HE", "HE" "HIM" "HIS" !

ORIGINAL 1923 PUBLISHED VERSION:

1923 version:  "and it is grieved when the human agent seeks to work himself and refuses to enter the service of the Lord because the cross is too heavy or the self-denial too great. The Holy Spirit seeks to abide in each soul. If it is welcomed as an honored guest, those who receive it will be made complete in Christ. The good work begun will be finished; the holy thoughts, heavenly affections, and Christlike actions will take the place of impure thoughts, perverse sentiments, and rebellious acts. CH 561.1 The Holy Spirit is a divine teacher. If we heed its lessons we shall become wise unto salvationCH 561.2.

ORIGINAL 1923 version altered/CHANGED IN 1957 VERSION TO further doctrinal policy of the Jesuit infiltrated/influenced church leadership - despite the publishers claims on Page 4 of the second edition of Counsel's on Health that "The text of the book is unchanged" on page 4 of the second edition of Counsel's on Health...32 years after the first edition was printed in 1923 on page 561 refers to the Holy Spirit as "IT" and in the second edition it IS CHANGED TO SAY "HE", "HE" "HIM" "HIS" ! (Page 561 changed Holy Spirit from "IT" to "He", "Him",& "His" to further doctrinal policy of the Jesuit infiltrated church leadership. "Our religion would be changed" –{Selected Messages Book 1, p. 204.2; Lt 242, 1903 (October 1903) par. 13}.] ):



ORIGINAL 1923 VERSION:

Grieving the Holy Spirit (COUNSELS ON HEALTH, PAGE 561)

I would that all my brethren and sisters would remember that it is a serious thing to grieve the Holy Spirit, and it is grieved when the human agent seeks to work himself and refuses to enter the service of the Lord because the cross is too heavy or the self-denial too great. The Holy Spirit seeks to abide in each soul. If it is welcomed as an honored guest, those who receive it will be made complete in Christ. The good work begun will be finished; the holy thoughts, heavenly affections, and Christlike actions will take the place of impure thoughts, perverse sentiments, and rebellious acts. CH 561.1

The Holy Spirit is a divine teacher. If we heed its lessons we shall become wise unto salvation. But we need to guard well our hearts, for too often we forget the heavenly instruction we have received and seek to act out the natural inclinations of our unconsecrated minds. Each one must fight his own battle against self. Heed the teachings of the Holy Spirit. If this is done, they will be repeated again and again until the impressions are as it were “lead in the rock forever.” CH 561.2.


"The text of the book is unchanged" on page 4 of the second edition of Counsel's on Health...32 years after the first edition was printed in 1923.

Preface to the second edition:

The trustees are pleased to bring forth the second edition of counsels on health. Issued first in 1923, this compilation of E. G. White writings on the subject of health proved to be an indispensable reference work, and the first edition in its several printings far exceeded expectations for its distribution. The text of the book is unchanged, and the original paging has been maintained. A new feature which will be much appreciated by the careful student is the inclusion of the date of writing or of first publication which appears in connection with source reference to each article. That this volume in its reissued form may continue to fill an important place in keeping before the church and its ministerial and medical workers the significant place of our health message is the sincere wish of the publishers and--

The Trustees of the
Ellen G. White publications.
Washington, D.C.
January 29, 1957. 

"Grieving the Holy Spirit I would that all my brethren and sisters would remember that it is a serious thing to grieve the Holy Spirit, and He is grieved when the human agent seeks to work himself and refuses to enter the service of the Lord because the cross is too heavy or the selfdenial too great. The Holy Spirit seeks to abide in each soul. If He is welcomed as an honored guest, those who receive Him will be made complete in Christ. The good work begun will be finished; the holy thoughts, heavenly affections, and Christlike actions will take the place of impure thoughts, perverse sentiments, and rebellious acts. {CH 561.1} The Holy Spirit is a divine teacher. If we heed His lessons we shall become wise unto salvation. But we need to guard well our hearts, for too often we forget the heavenly instruction we have received and seek to act out the natural inclinations of our unconsecrated minds. Each one must fight his own battle against self. Heed the teachings of the Holy Spirit. If this is done, they will be repeated again and again until the impressions are as it were "lead in the rock forever." . . . {CH 561.2}


Jesuits always work the same - to undermine Protestantism which is adhering to the Word of God without compromise. The problem with Le Roy Edwin Froom is he WANTED TO CONFUSE THE TRUTH - TO BLUR THE LINES BETWEEN TRUTH AND ERROR AND CONFUSE GOD'S PEOPLE. While Froom was one of the most published and dogmatic of the 20th century SDA theologians, his work to overthrow the truth was ferocious. Moreover, his official history of 1888, entitled “Movement of Destiny,” is a very dishonest and harmful apologetic that helped pave the way for the tragedy of Glacier View.

[Ellen G. White warned in 1903: "Books of a new order would be written–{Selected Messages Book 1, p. 204.2;  Lt 242, 1903 (October 1903) par. 13}.]

"The principles of truth that God in His wisdom has given to the remnant church, would be discardedOur religion would be changedThe fundamental principles that have sustained the work for the last fifty years would be accounted as error. A new (501c3 non-prophet/profit/tax-exempt) organization would be established. Books of a new order would be written. A system of intellectual philosophy (metaphorical / hypothetical / symbol / figure of speech / pretend) would be introduced" –{Selected Messages Book 1, p. 204.2}.

Here are TWO very plain statements by Ellen White about WHO the Holy Spirit is:

1) "Christ is to be known by the blessed name of Comforter.” {Ms7-1902 (January 26, 1902) par. 10} - EGW

3) "WE WANT THE HOLY SPIRIT, WHICH IS JESUS CHRIST.” {Lt66-1894 (April 10, 1894) par. 18} - EGW *(see full quote below)

"“If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upraideth not; and it shall be given him. But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering.” “And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him because we keep his commandments and do those things that are pleasing in his sight.” “And we know that the Son of God is come, and hath given us an understanding, that we may know him that is true, and we are in him that is true, even in his Son Jesus Christ. This is the true God, and eternal life. Little children keep yourselves from idols.” The Lord is soon to come. We want that complete and perfect understanding which the Lord alone can give. It is not safe to catch the spirit from another. WE WANT THE HOLY SPIRIT, WHICH IS JESUS CHRIST. If we commune with God, we shall have strength and grace and efficiency.” {Lt66-1894 (April 10, 1894) par. 18} - EGW
*previously unpublished statement


READ THE STORY HERE ABOUT HOW THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT CHRIST BEING THE HOLY SPIRIT AND ALSO OUR COMFORTER CAME TO BE PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE: 

Check out this page: Ellen White writings hacked to share with the public! 


Video study on the history of the Seventh-day Adventist church about Christ: https://youtu.be/8Zs3dT1afQw


"I saw that God had especially guarded the Bible; yet when copies of it were few, learned men had in some instances changed the words, thinking that they were making it more plain, when in reality they were mystifying that which was plain, by causing it to lean to their established views, which were governed by tradition. But I saw that the Word of God, as a whole, is a perfect chain, one portion linking into and explaining another. True seekers for truth need not err; for not only is the Word of God plain and simple in declaring the way of life, but the Holy Spirit is given as a guide in understanding the way to life therein revealed" EW 220.2.

"The Bible is written by inspired men, but it is NOT God's mode of thought and expression. It is that of humanity. God, as a writer, is NOT represented. Men will often say such an expression is not like God. But God has NOT put Himself in words, in logic, in rhetoric, on trial in the Bible. The writers of the Bible were God's penmen, NOT His pen. Look at the different writers.

"It is NOT the WORDS of the Bible that are INSPIRED, but the men that were inspired. Inspiration acts NOT on the man's words or his expressions but on the man himself, who, under the influence of the Holy Ghost, is imbued with thoughts. But the WORDS receive the impress of the INDIVIDUAL MIND. The divine mind is diffused. The divine mind and will is combined with the human mind and will; thus the utterances of the man are the word of God."-- Manuscript 24, 1886 (written in Europe in 1886). 1SM 21

I would suggest that you go back and read the 1SM 15-23. The following passage found in EGW's introduction to her book Great Controversy...

"The Bible is written by inspired men, but it is not God's mode of thought and expression. It is that of humanity. God, as a writer, is not represented. Men will often say such an expression is not like God. But God has not put Himself in words, in logic, in rhetoric, on trial in the Bible. The writers of the Bible were God's penmen, not His pen. Look at the different writers.
"It is not the words of the Bible that are inspired, but the men that were inspired. Inspiration acts not on the man's words or his expressions but on the man himself, who, under the influence of the Holy Ghost, is imbued with thoughts. But the words receive the impress of the individual mind. The divine mind is diffused. The divine mind and will is combined with the human mind and will; thus the utterances of the man are the word of God." [Emphasis mine] Ellen G. White, Manuscript 24, 1886 (written in Europe in 1886). (See 1SM 19-21.)

"The Bible points to God as its author; YET it was written by human hands; and in the varied style of its different books it presents the characteristics of the several writers. The truths revealed are all 'given by inspiration of God' (2 Tim. 3:16); YET they are expressed in the words of men. The Infinite One by his Holy Spirit has shed light into the minds and hearts of his servants. He has given dreams and visions, symbols and figures; and those to whom the truth was thus revealed, have themselves embodied the thought in human language.

"The ten commandments were spoken by God himself, and were written by his own hand. They are of divine, and not human composition. BUT the Bible, with its God-given truths expressed in the language of men, presents a union of the divine and the human. Such a union existed in the nature of Christ, who was the Son of God and the Son of man. Thus it is true of the Bible, as it was of Christ, that 'the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us.' John 1:14.

" Written in different ages, by men who differed widely in rank and occupation, and in mental and spiritual endowments, the books of the Bible present a wide contrast in style, as well as a diversity in the nature of the subjects unfolded. Different forms of expression are employed by different writers; often the same truth is more strikingly presented by one than by another. And as several writers present a subject under varied aspects and relations, there may appear, to the superficial, careless, or prejudiced reader, to be discrepancy or contradiction, where the thoughtful, reverent student, with clearer insight, discerns the underlying harmony.

"As presented through different individuals, the truth is brought out in its varied aspects. One writer is more strongly impressed with one phase of a subject; he grasps those points that harmonize with his experience or with his power of perception and appreciation; another seizes upon a different phase; and each, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, presents what is most forcibly impressed upon his own mind; a different aspect of the truth in each, but a perfect harmony through all. And the truths thus revealed unite to form a perfect whole, adapted to meet the wants of men in all the circumstances and experiences of life.

"God has been pleased to communicate his truth to the world by human agencies, and he himself, by his Holy Spirit, qualified men and enabled them to do this work. He guided the mind in the selection of what to speak and what to write. The treasure was intrusted to earthen vessels, yet it is, none the less, from Heaven. The testimony is conveyed through the imperfect expression of human language; yet it is the testimony of God; and the obedient, believing child of God beholds in it the glory of a divine power, full of grace and truth." [Authors introduction]. (1888) GC c4-d3.




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