Spirits and the Sunday Law Issue
the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it
is because there is no light in them. Isa. 8:20.
power manifested through spiritualism will exert its influence against those
who choose to obey God rather than men. Communications from the spirits will
declare that God has sent them to convince the rejecters of Sunday of their
error, affirming that the laws of the land should be obeyed as the law of
God. They will lament the great wickedness in the world and second the testimony
of religious teachers that the degraded state of morals is caused by the desecration
of Sunday. Great will be the indignation excited against all who refuse to
accept their testimony.
oppose the teachings of spiritualism are assailing, not men alone, but Satan
and his angels. They have entered upon a contest against principalities and
powers and wicked spirits in high places. Satan will not yield one inch of
ground except as he is driven back by the power of heavenly messengers. The
people of God should be able to meet him, as did our Savior, with the words:
"It is written." Satan can quote Scripture now as in the days of
Christ, and he will pervert its teachings to sustain his delusions. Those
who would stand in this time of peril must understand for themselves the testimony
of the Scriptures.
be confronted by the spirits of devils personating beloved relatives or friends
and declaring the most dangerous heresies. These visitants will appeal to
our tenderest sympathies and will work miracles to sustain their pretensions.
We must be prepared to withstand them with the Bible truth that the dead know
not anything and that they who thus appear are the spirits of devils.
agencies in human form will take part in this last great conflict to oppose
the building up of the kingdom of God. And heavenly angels in human guise
will be on the field of action. The two opposing parties will continue to
exist till the closing up of the last great chapter in this world's history.
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