I urge you to in no way grant him your allegiance! Nothing is an accident in these closing days of the Great Controversy.
ANCIENT PROPHETIC WARNINGS!
Zephaniah 1:16 A day of the trumpet and alarm against the fenced cities, and against the high towers. Isaiah 30:25 . . . in the day of the great slaughter, when the towers fall.
What We Saw Tuesday September 11, 2001
100 YEAR OLD PROPHETIC WARNING!
Read the warning Found in Testimonies Volume 9 beginning on pg. 11 !
Will Become Ashes
I have seen the most costly structures in buildings erected andsupposed to be fireproof, and just as Sodom perished in the flames of God's vengeance so will these proud structures become ashes. . . . The flattering monuments of men's greatness will be crumbled in the dust even before the last great destruction comes upon the world.--3SM 418 (1901).
God is withdrawing His Spirit from the wicked cities, which have become asthe cities of the antediluvian world and as Sodom and Gomorrah. . . . Costlymansions, marvels of architectural skill, will be destroyed without amoment's notice when the Lord sees that the owners have passed theboundaries of forgiveness. The destruction by fire of the stately buildings,supposed to be fireproof, is an illustration of how in a short time earth'sarchitecture will lie in ruins.--TDG 152 (1902).
New York City
God has not executed His wrath without mercy. His hand is stretched outstill. His message must be given in Greater New York. The people must beshown how it is possible for God, by a touch of His hand, to destroy theproperty they have gathered together against the last great day.--3MR 310,311 (1902).
I have no light in particular in regard to what is coming on New York, onlythat I know that one day the great buildings there will be thrown down bythe turning and overturning of God's power. . . . Death will come in allplaces. This is why I am so anxious for our cities to be warned .--RHJuly 5, 1906.
On one occasion, when in New York City, I was in the night season calledupon to behold buildings rising story after story toward heaven. Thesebuildings were warranted to be fireproof, and they were erected to glorifytheir owners and builders. Higher and still higher these buildings rose, andin them the most costly material was used. . . . The scene that next passed before me was an alarm of fire. Men looked atthe lofty and supposedly fireproof buildings and said: "They are perfectlysafe." But these buildings were consumed as if made of pitch. The fireengines could do nothing to stay the destruction. The firemen were unable tooperate the engines.--9T 12, 13 (1909).
The above statements were from the pen of the Lord's messenger E.G. White 100 years ago!
Notice the ancient prophet!
Jer 44:4 Howbeit I sent unto you all my servants the prophets, rising early and sending them, saying, Oh, do not this abominable thing that I hate.Jer. 25:5 They said, Turn ye again now every one from his evil way, and from the evil of your doings, and dwell in the land that the LORD hath given unto you and to your fathers for ever and ever: 6 And go not after other gods to serve them, and to worship them, and provoke me not to anger with the works of your hands; and I will do you no hurt.
Before & after
What Ellen White Saw 100 Years Ago
11MR 361In the night I was, I thought, in a room but not in my own house. I was in a city, where I knew not, and I heard expression after expression. I rose up quickly in bed, and saw from my window large balls of fire. Jetting out were sparks, in the form of arrows, and buildings were being consumed, and in a very few minutes the entire block of buildings was falling and the screeching and mournful groans came distinctly to my ears. I cried out, in my raised position, to learn what was happening: Where am I? And where are our family circle? Then I awoke. But I could not tell where I was for I was in another place than home. I said, Oh Lord, where am I and what shall I do? It was a voice that spoke, "Be not afraid. Nothing shall harm you."
I have seen the most costly structures in buildings erected and supposed to be fireproof, and just as Sodom perished in the flames of God’s vengeance so will these proud structures become ashes. . . . The flattering monuments of men’s greatness will be crumbled in the dust even before the last great destruction comes upon the world. [LDE 111]
The destruction by fire of the stately buildings, supposed to be fireproof, is an illustration of how in a short time earth's architecture will lie in ruins. [LDE 112]
Men will continue to erect expensive buildings, costing millions of money. Special attention will be called to their architectural beauty and the firmness and solidity with which they are constructed, but the Lord has instructed me that despite the unusual firmness and expensive display, these buildings will share the fate of the temple in Jerusalem. [LDE 112]
The ungodly cities of our world are to be swept away by the besom of destruction. In the calamities that are now befalling immense buildings and large portions of cities, God is showing us what will come upon the whole earth. He has told us, "Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh: so likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it [the coming of the Son of man] is near, even at the doors." Matthew 24: 32, 33. CH 268 (1902)
Already His judgments have begun to fall upon the inhabitants of the land. He can touch the largest so-called fireproof buildings, and in two or three hours they are as nothingness, burned to the ground. PM 190 (1902)
Other Things Ellen White Said
O that God's people had a sense of the impending destruction of thousands of cities, now almost given to idolatry. [LDE 111] Evangelism 29 (1903).
We shall see troubles on all sides. Thousands of ships will be hurled into the depths of the sea. Navies will go down, and human lives will be sacrificed by millions. Fires will break out unexpectedly, and no human effort will be able to quench them. The palaces of earth will be swept away in the fury of the flames. Disasters by rail will become more and more frequent; confusion, collision, and death without a moment's warning will occur on the great lines of travel. The end is near, probation is closing. Oh, let us seek God while He may be found, call upon Him while He is near! [The Signs of the Times, April 21, 1890]
The world over, cities are becoming hotbeds of vice. On every hand are the sights and sounds of evil. Everywhere are enticements to sensuality and dissipation. The tide of corruption and crime is continually swelling. Every day brings the record of violence, --robberies, murders, suicides, and crimes unnamable.
Life in the cities is false and artificial. The intense passion for money getting, the whirl of excitement and pleasure seeking, the thirst for display, the luxury and extravagance, all are forces that, with the great masses of mankind, are turning the mind from life's true purpose. They are opening the door to a thousand evils. Upon the youth they have almost irresistible power.CL 5-6 (1905)
But erelong there will be such strife and confusion in the cities, that those who wish to leave them will not be able. We must be preparing for these issues. This is the light that is given me.--General Conference Bulletin, April 6, 1903.
The work of the people of God is to prepare for the events of the future, which will soon come upon them with blinding force. In the world gigantic monopolies will be formed. Men will bind themselves together in unions that will wrap them in the folds of the enemy. A few men will combine to grasp all the means to be obtained in certain lines of business. Trades unions will be formed, and those who refuse to join these unions will be marked men.--Letter 26, 1903.
There are not many, even among educators and statesmen, who comprehend the causes that underlie the present state of society. Those who hold the reins of government are not able to solve the problem of moral corruption, poverty, pauperism, and increasing crime. They are struggling in vain to place business operations on a more secure basis. 9 TESTIMONIES 13 (1909)
Through spiritualism, Satan appears as a benefactor of the race, healing the diseases of the people and professing to present a new and more exalted system of religious faith; but at the same time he works as a destroyer. His temptations are leading multitudes to ruin. Intemperance dethrones reason; sensual indulgence, strife, and bloodshed follow. Satan delights in war, for it excites the worst passions of the soul and then sweeps into eternity its victims steeped in vice and blood. It is his object to incite the nations to war against one another; for he can thus divert the minds of the people from the work of preparation to stand in the day of God.
"Satan works through the elements also to garner his harvest of unprepared souls. He has studied the secrets of the laboratories of nature, and he uses all his power to control the elements as far as God allows. . . .
While appearing to the children of men as a great physician who can heal all their maladies, he will bring disease and disaster, until populous cities are reduced to ruin and desolation. Even now he is at work. In accidents and calamities by sea and by land, in great conflagrations, in fierce tornadoes and terrific hailstorms, in tempests, floods, cyclones, tidal waves, and earthquakes, in every place and in a thousand forms, Satan is exercising his power. He sweeps away the ripening harvest, and famine and distress follow. He imparts to the air a deadly taint, and thousands perish by the pestilence. These visitations are to become more and more frequent and disastrous. Destruction will be upon both man and beast. GREAT CONTROVERSY 589-590 (1888)
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