In 1757: Emanuel Sweden borg; said Jesus return is not in the flesh, but in this Holy Spirit. “Neither shall they say see here or see there, for behold, the kingdom of... God is within you” (Luke 17:20). He contains to have daily interactio
1844 -10-22 William Milley and the Millerite Movement; The fact that this failed to happen the way people were expecting was later referred to as the Great Disappoint
1874 Charles Taze Russell; the first president of what is now the watchtower
1891 Joseph Smith (Mormons);
1914 Jehovah’s Witnesses;
1917 to 1930 Sun Myung Moon; The followers of Reverend sun Myung Moon consider Reverend Moon to be the Lord of the second Advent called by Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday at the age of 15 on a Korean Mountain side.
1930 to 1939 Rudolf Steiner; He described the physical incarnatio
1975 Herbert W. Armstrong;
2008 -09-03 Mark Biltz; Pastor of El shaddai Ministries
2022 Try Brooks; The day Jesus steps down on the mount of olives when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed reign in the 3rd Temple)
2057 Frank J. Tipler: In his book which he wrote in the year 2007 he asserts in the first chapter within 50 years, i.e. by 2057.
THE TRUE COMING OF JESUS CHRIST
2001 Simon Youze; while reading the Bible God Revealed to him the secret of His coming. Jesus Christ is coming on the 7th day, the Holy day of the Lord. On the Midnight of the Sabbath Jesus will appear from the clouds and every eye from every Religion, and every atheist will fall down and worship Him.
(No one knows on which Seventh day Sabbath it will be when Jesus Christ will come from the sky. Mathew 24:36) By Simon Youze
Church leaders, including World Church treasurer Juan Prestol, also inaugurate 47th Adventist church built in 2017.
"Tell the World" wins 3 Awards at the international independent film competition.
New program continues the recently launched "Year of the Child and Adolescent"
Tuesday, February 13 was World Radio Day. It was designated to help raise awareness of the numerous ways radio advances communities around the world.
Here is a special testimony from Adventist World Radio. This story comes from North Korea. See how an Adventist broadcast made its way to the ears of a young woman in the nation, and empowered her to make bold decisions for God.
Adventist humanitarians from different parts of the world recently collaborated to address maternal-child fatalities in Camarines Sur Philippines. The result was the creation of a multi-purpose birthing facility designed to educate pregnant mothers, and mothers of children under 5 years old.
Video from ADRA Philippines
Pathfinder recounts terrifying experience
More than 30 people came to fellowship, play games and ask questions about the Bible.
This week on ANN...humanitarians respond to the worst tropical cyclone to hit Tonga in more than 60 years.
...catastrophic flooding in 2 northern provinces of Argentina affects more than 60-thousand people.
...and.. the Adventist University of La Plata in Argentina declares 3 days of mourning....
8 people associated with the school lose their lives in car accidents over a 2-day period .
These stories and more coming up.
Adventist Church president discusses Sabbath exams and Valentine's Day at start of four-day visit to the African country.
Three days of mourning follow after 8 members of the educational community were lost in two separate accidents.
Thousands of Tongans woke up Tuesday to destroyed homes, properties and cities in wake of Tropical Cyclone Gita. According to British Met Office, Gita was the worst cyclone Tonga's main island has experienced in 60 years.
Tonga is located in the Pacific Ocean and is comprised of more than 170 islands. The nation's parliament building was among the many infrastructures that were flattened due to the storm. Before it made landfall on Tonga, Cyclone Gita caused widespread flood...ing, power outages, and road blockages in Samoa and American Samoa.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency in Samoa turned the local church headquarters into a temporary shelter for more than 20. The regional emergency coordinator for ADRA South Pacific, Michael Peach, says local churches are coordinating the best way to provide shelter to community members in need.
The president of the Adventist Church's Trans-Pacific territory, Maveni Kaufononga extended his sympathy to affected families. He said "I am so sad to hear of the damage that Cyclone Gita did to our Pacific Islands, American Samoa, Samoa and Tonga. Our prayers go out to you all at this very time. We are still living in a sinful world but praise the Lord, He is with us." He went on to say, "May the thoughts of this verse give you comfort: 'We are pressed on every side by troubles, but we are not crushed. We are perplexed, but not driven to despair. We are hunted down, but never abandoned by God. We get knocked down, but we are not destroyed." [photo: ADRA South Pacific]