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This website is dedicated to Jehovah, our “one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in Him;” and to our “one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by Him” (1 Corinthians 8:6). Jehovah is the threefold name of the Father (Jehovah), the Son (Jesus • Jehovah Delivers), and the Holy Spirit (Spirit of Jehovah). Theos Institute relies fully upon the divine inspiration of the Spirit of Jesus Christ in all that we do. Theos Institute stands upon two important sources in our studies, in the following order of importance: (1) Holy Scripture and (2) the inspired writings of Mrs. Ellen G. White [1827-1915]. Our ultimate goal is to rightly divide the Word of God to better understand and know the truth of God, as it is revealed to us in His Son Jesus Christ. Thank you for visiting Theos Institute. May you be richly blessed as you seek for a more complete knowledge of God and His beloved only begotten Son!
NOTE: You can access the writings of Mrs. Ellen G. White (and the seventh-day advent pioneers) at this website: egwwritings.org. If you have relevant insights into the topics covered on this site, feel free to Contact Us. May God guide and bless each one of us as we prayerfully dig deep into the infinite treasure house containing glorious truths, as they have been revealed to us by the Spirit of Jesus Christ.
NOTE: Theos Institute is a privately owned online presence, therefore it is not officially endorsed or directed by any denomination or religious entity. To God and His beloved Son, Jesus Christ, be all the glory. May the glorious Spirit of Jehovah our Father and His Son Jesus Christ fill your hearts and minds with heavenly love, joy and peace.
Ellen G. White
“No true doctrine will lose anything by
— Counsels to Writers and Editors, p. 35.2
We Must Grasp Truth After Truth ...
“It is not enough that we believe a portion of truth, we must grasp truth after truth, and by both precept and example we must teach the truth as it is in Jesus. When sorrow comes, we may see the love of Christ in it all, and the fullness of divine love may keep the soul in perfect peace. If we abide in Christ we must ever be searching after truth as for hidden treasures, in order that our apprehensions of truth may be quick and comprehensive. We shall not then be putting on the garments of resistance, and be prepared to be prejudiced against the very things which we need in our time. Christ is continually unfolding old truths in a new light. The only way in which we will be prepared to have a more perfect apprehension of truth, is by keeping the heart tender and subdued by the Spirit of Christ. We cannot afford to cultivate hardness of heart; for if we are students in the school of Christ, we shall be continually growing in knowledge.”
— Signs of the Times, October 29, 1894, par. 2 • Ellen G. White
Can Any Of Us Afford This? ...
“There is no excuse for those who will persist in remaining in ignorance of God and of Jesus Christ. Those who do remain in ignorance, remain so at the expense of the loss of their souls. Can any of us afford this?“
— Ms3-1895.30 • Ellen G. White
“Caste is hateful to God. He ignores everything of this character. In His sight the souls of all men are of equal value. He “hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation; that they should seek the Lord, if haply they might feel after Him, and find Him, though He be not far from every one of us.” Without distinction of age, or rank, or nationality, or religious privilege, all are invited to come unto Him and live. “Whosoever believeth on Him shall not be ashamed. For there is no difference.” “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free.” “The rich and poor meet together: the Lord is the Maker of them all.” “The same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon Him. For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.” ; ; ; .” — Desire of Ages, p. 403.3 • Ellen G. White
Authority of the Prophetic Gift in Modern Times
Five Causes of Doctrinal Controversy
“But a glorious day is nearing,
Earth’s long-wished-for jubilee,
When creation’s King, appearing,
Shall proclaim His people free;
When, upborne on Love’s bright pinion,
They shall shout from land and sea,
‘Death, where is thy dark dominion!
Grave, where is thy victory!’”
In the time of trouble, we all fled from the cities and villages, but were pursued by the wicked, who entered the houses of the saints with the sword. They raised the sword to kill us, but it broke, and fell, as powerless as a straw. Then we all cried day and night for deliverance, and the cry came up before God. The sun came up, and the moon stood still. The streams ceased to flow. Dark heavy clouds came up, and clashed against each other. But there was one clear place of settled glory, from whence came the voice of God like many waters, which shook the heavens, and the earth. The sky opened and shut, and was in commotion. The mountains shook like a reed in the wind, and cast out rugged rocks all around. The sea boiled like a pot, and cast out stones upon the land. And as God spoke the day and hour of Jesus coming, and delivered the everlasting covenant to His people, He spoke one sentence, and then paused, while the words were rolling through the earth! The Israel of God stood with their eyes fixed upwards, listening to the words as they came from the mouth of Jehovah, and rolled through the earth like peals of loudest thunder! It was awfully solemn. At the end of every sentence, the saints shouted, Glory! Hallelujah! Their countenances were lighted up with the glory of God; and they shone with the glory as Moses’ face did when he came down from Sinai. The wicked could not look on them, for the glory. And when the never ending blessing was pronounced on those who had honored God, in keeping His Sabbath holy, there was a mighty shout of victory over the Beast, and over his Image.
Then commenced the jubilee, when the land should rest. I saw the pious slave rise in triumph and victory, and shake off the chains that bound him, while his wicked master was in confusion, and knew not what to do; for the wicked could not understand the words of the voice of God. Soon appeared the great white cloud. It looked more lovely than ever before. On it sat the Son of Man. At first we did not see Jesus on the cloud, but as it drew near the earth, we could behold his lovely person. This cloud when it first appeared was the Sign of the Son of Man in heaven. The voice of the Son of God called forth the sleeping saints, clothed with a glorious immortality. The living saints were changed in a moment, and caught up with them in the cloudy chariot. It looked all over glorious as it rolled upwards. On either side of the chariot were wings, and beneath it wheels. And as the chariot rolled upwards, the wheels cried Holy, and the wings as they moved, cried Holy, and the retinue of Holy Angels around the cloud cried Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty. And the saints in the cloud cried Glory, Hallelujah. And the cloudy chariot rolled upwards to the Holy City. Jesus threw open the gates of the Golden City, and led us in. Here we were made welcome, for we had kept the “Commandments of God,” and had a “right to the tree of life.”
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