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“For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.” 1 Corinthians 1:18

Sabbath Sermons is a small resource information ministry in Australia standing upon the original platform of the Adventist truth. We are dedicated to spreading the special ‘testing truths’ for our time and are not affiliated with the various denominations. This website is administered by lay members only. To contact our minister John Thiel, please click here.

…with pen and voice (AND INTERNET) we are to proclaim the truth to the world, not in a tame, spiritless way, but in demonstration of the Spirit and power of God. {Ev 121.2}

This website is not Shepherd’s Rod, against the three person Godhead, 2520 or the Feast-Day movement.

God has a church. It is not the great cathedral, neither is it the national establishment, neither is it the various denominations; it is the people who love God and keep His commandments. “Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them” ( Matthew 18:20). Where Christ is even among the humble few, this is Christ’s church, for the presence of the High and Holy One who inhabiteth eternity can alone constitute a church. {UL 315.5}

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Response to criticism and sarcasm against John Thiel’s ministry –

No Railing Accusation

The thing that has affected my heart in regards to things put on the internet from these lips of clay is that God’s cause has been marred. I have examined very closely the things I need to do where God’s cause has been marred.

The messages that come from this pulpit are broadcast on the internet and it is my intention at this time to deliberately address the wider congregation together with those seated before me. Every sermon I have preached in the past has come from a deep reliance on God’s inspiration and a rendition of His written word, yet via an imperfect instrument of earthen clay.

2 Corinthians 4: 5 For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants for Jesus’ sake. 6 For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to [give] the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. 7 But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.

To reject the Lord’s servants is to reject Christ Himself. {DA 489.1}

Those serious applications cause me to tremble.

The minister stands as God’s mouthpiece to the people, and in thought, in word, in act, he is to represent his Lord. When Moses was chosen as the messenger of the covenant, the word given him was, “Be thou for the people to Godward.” [Exodus 18:19.] Today God chooses men as He chose Moses, to be His messengers, and heavy is the woe resting on the one who dishonors his holy calling, or lowers the standard set for him in the life and labors of the Son of God. {GW 20.1}

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Sabbath Sermons is a small resource information ministry in Australia standing upon the original platform of the Adventist truth. We are dedicated to spreading the special 'testing truths' for our time and are not affiliated with the various denominations. This website is administered by lay members only

Posted on February 15, 2010, in About Us, Donate, Support Sabbath Sermons and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. I am totally confused on the doctrine of the Trinity. I am totally amazed at how someone can claim that another is demonic if he or she doesn’t understand something someone else claims. So please do your best to explain this. There is ONE true God. That ONE God had ONE begotten Son. That Son (I can not grasp how) is eternal as is His Father. His Father created everything through Him. So there is ONE God, One Son (who shares the same divine nature as His Father), there is ONE Holy Spirit which happens to be the Father’s Spirit (same divine nature) Whom God sends throughout the earth to do a ministry of convicting, convincing, and reproving. So while there is only ONE of each but they are united in their purpose and nature and power people refer to it as the Trinity. There is still only ONE God. People have to refer to that as something, so they call it the doctrine of the Trinity. Is that right or wrong? and please, for mercies sake, if you can’t answer without calling me Satan then save it. I would really like to understand it. Am I wrong to pray in the name of His Son when there is ONE God?


  2. Legally, two wittnesses needed;


    According to the Bible, when considering the legal case of a person charged with a capital offence crime, if found guilty the penalty was death. The Bible tells us that at least two witnesses are required. The text reads as follows:
    Deuteronomy 17:6 “At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he that is worthy of death be put to death; but at the mouth of one witness he shall not be put to death.”
    According to the text, and a point well established in Hebrew Biblical law, the person on trial could not be condemned on his own testimony, to protect him from confession under duress (which means by force or threat, as for example in the Spanish Inquisition). Therefore, in relation to the Plan of Salvation, in the case of Jesus Christ – who as our substitute took our place and bore the sins of the world – legally two witnesses at least were needed who could accurately testify to the sins committed by every person from the beginning of time to the end of time. Circumstantial evidence is not accepted, so they actually had to have personally witnessed these sins, which of course requires omnipresence.


  3. May God continue to bless you ministry, Brethren.

    As promised the Lord is using simple means to spread the Third Angel’s Message and Present Truth, that many could never have ever imagined. Some people may complicate things, yet, the Lord simplies them. Continue to prepare the way for the coming of the Lord Jesus the Christ.



  4. Joseph Nesbit


    Where did the letter written by J.N. Loughborough come from that was used on this site (Written from him while at the Sanitarium, California. March 25, 1915, and addressed to
    Wilfrid Belleau, College Place, Washington, (Box 3))? I work at the Center for Adventist Research at Andrews University (Berrien Springs, Michigan, USA) and we don’t have that one on file anywhere. I’d love to track down the original and add a copy of it to our library holdings so that students and scholars alike could benefit from it.

    Yours in the blessed hope,
    Joseph Nesbit


  5. shem ontomwa mogoi

    I need more light from you.I do like reading your sermons.
    yours always in faith
    pastor Shem.

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