Articles by A. V. OLSON
There has never been a time when the children of God did not have to face difficulties in their efforts to promote the interests of His sacred cause.
In times of great crisis, there are certain human tendencies, or weaknesses, that must be guarded against. Perhaps the two most dangerous are panic and paralysis.
The doctrine of the deity of Christ is the very cornerstone upon which the Christian religion is built
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God's plan for the confession and remission of sin is wonderful. But does this amount to setting up confessionals?
"Behold I Come." Our Attitude in Public Prayer.
The sanctuary question is one of the cardinal doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
In the word of God the very close and intimate union between Christ and His people is often illustrated by the marriage relationship.
The incarnation of Christ is a profound mystery. As declared by the apostle Paul, "Great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh" (1 Tim. 3:16).
FROM time to time we receive letters asking when and where the conditions described in Isaiah and in the Testimonies will meet their fulfillment.
At various times, and in different parts of the world, we have met Seventh-day Adventist workers who seemed glad because their successors were having no better success than they themselves had experienced when laboring in the same field. And we have met other workers who were sick with envy because others were meeting with better success than they themselves had had.
To be a true leader means more than simply to be good.
We are told by historians that as the apostles died and new leaders arose, they gradually remodeled the church. Step by step they went farther and farther away from God—all due to the laxity of their leaders.
What we need today more than money is a deeper, fuller, richer Christian experience.