Saturday, May 9, 2020

THE MOST MISERABLE STORY TODAY

Richard Wayne Penniman died today.

You know him as Little Richard. He sang Good Golly Miss Molley, Long Tall Sally, and Let the Good Times Roll back in the 1960s. He was one of the inventors of Rock and Roll.

So, I did some Googleing to see how his life ended. Well, what a shock. Little Richard, some years ago, abandoned Rock and Roll and confessed faith in Jesus Christ. His testimony is online HERE

I watched about an hour of this two hour interview and presentation by some alleged Christian TV network, and I figured out soon that he had fallen into the hands of Seventh Day Adventist law keepers who preach that you get to Heaven by keeping the law.

But, I imagined that maybe he was really born again, but he simply had gotten into bad company spiritually. Well, it all come to a horrible halt when the interviewer started talking about a book Little Richard has passed out for forty years. He was passing this out at his concerts long before he left Rock and Roll to only follow Christ.

What was the book?

Answer: Steps To Christ by Ellen G. White, the false prophetess of Seventh Day Adventism. This book is quoted five times to one over the Bible by SDA Sabbath Day School study guides. Ellen G. White stole the manuscript from another man in the first place. In the book she says that anyone who worships God on Sunday has the mark of the Beast. She also exalts law keeping as the key to salvation, which is a lie.

Ephesians 2:8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:

So, not drinking coffee, not eating meat, and worshiping only on Saturday, among other laws Ellen White taught, are essential to salvation, and all other Christians are going to Hell. The SDAs will try to low key these teachings in order to be accepted among Evangelicals and other Christian groups, but they will not remove them from their doctrinal statements.

The worst of the matter is, the SDA Church insists that Ellen G. White's Steps to Christ is inspired by the Holy Spirit and is as authoritative as the Bible to Christians. This means they have added to the Scriptures, and for that they will go to Hell.

Revelation 22:18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:
19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.


So, Little Richard died today, and if he really believed Steps to Christ was supposed to be added to the Word of God as authoritative Scripture, he went to Hell today also.

That is a miserable story, I will admit that. But, the Bible clearly states, in the end of the very last chapter of the Bible, that if you add to the Word of God, you go to Hell, that is, you miss the Rapture of the Church, and you receive all the plagues in the book of The Revelation. That is a curse for only unsaved people during the Great Tribulation.

Are YOU clinging to some special, but heretic, teaching like the SDAs teach? The story of Little Richard should make you tremble if you are believing some teaching found in another source than the Holy Bible. That goes especially for Seventh Day Adventists, Mormons, and Charismatics who believe alleged revelations from these latter day Apostles and Prophets who claim to have a word from God that is as authoritative as the Bible itself.

Here is the Gospel you must believe, and you dare not add to it or take anything away from it.







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