NOTICE: The 1888 and 1911 Great Controversy share a false prophetic message from a man named “Dr. Joseph Wolff” who is nowhere to be found in the original 1884 Great Controversy. Wolff was the child of Jewish parents and his father was a Rabbi. He later converted to Catholicism and used his Romish faith to preach Jesuit lies regarding the second coming.Why he is used as a viable reference for prophetic truth in their 1888 and 1911 Great Controversy books is very confusing. They even puff him up as one who declared the advent message and even called him a “the missionary to the world” on page 357.1 NONE of what this Romish student preached is found anywhere in the original Great Controversy. Not even his name is found. The SDA leaders appear to have placed it in the 1888 and 1911 Great Controversy so as to lend credence to the false prophecy of Rome which we know can be used in the coming days to declare Antichrist is in fact Messiah.Continue reading
Notice what it says in the 1884 Great Controversy.
“Chapter XXII. – Modern Revivals.
The converts are not renewed in heart or changed in character. They do not renounce their pride and love of the world. They are no more willing to deny self, to take up the cross, and follow the meek and lowly Jesus, than before their conversion. In a genuine revival, when the Spirit of God convicts the conscience, the earnest, anxious inquiry will be heard, “What must I do to be saved?” And this not merely for a day. With every truly converted soul the relation to God and to eternal things will be the great topic of life. But where, in the popular churches of today, is the deep conviction of sin? where is the spirit of consecration to God? The spirit that controls the world rules in the church.” – 4SP 294.1,2