Adventists in Germany are Conducting Ecological Surveys on their Members to Promote Climate-Friendly Sustainability
Pastor Johannes Naether also stated:
“Before Corona dominated the press, not a day had passed on which we were not informed about the consequences of climate change: global warming, heat waves, floods, melting of the polar ice, famines, distribution battles, water shortages, forest fires, deforestation of the rainforests, extinction of animal species, plastic all over. The corona pandemic forced us to rethink,” said Naether. “We had to radically change our way of life and can now experience that our nitrogen pollution and pollutant emissions are falling. Even if only for a short time. The call is therefore getting louder not to simply continue after Corona as in the pre-Corona period.” 
In addition to these ecological surveys, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Germany is also conducting sustainability conferences. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Germany held its first sustainability conference and is urging people to be more committed to caring for the environment.  In fact, ADRA Germany has said that “sustainability” now “plays an extremely important role in the work of ADRA.” 
There you have it. It is now official. The climate crisis message has made itself fully present within Adventism. Not only are we echoing the same ecological message from the United Nations and the Vatican, but we have failed to recognize that the current so-called climate change crisis is part of Rome’s pretext for implementing a Sunday law on the people. It is sad that many Seventh-day Adventists cannot see this, even though we were warned that Sunday laws would be implemented by stealth and mixed in with “good reforms.”
“Yet this very class put forth the claim that the fast-spreading corruption is largely attributable to the desecration of the so-called “Christian Sabbath,” and that the enforcement of Sunday observance would greatly improve the morals of society … Here the temperance work, one of the most prominent and important of moral reforms, is often combined with the Sunday movement, and the advocates of the latter represent themselves as laboring to promote the highest interest of society; and those who refuse to unite with them are denounced as the enemies of temperance and reform. But the fact that a movement to establish error is connected with a work which is in itself good, is not an argument in favor of the error. We may disguise poison by mingling it with wholesome food, but we do not change its nature. On the contrary, it is rendered more dangerous, as it is more likely to be taken unawares. It is one of Satan’s devices to combine with falsehood just enough truth to give it plausibility.”
Laudato Si’ is Rome’s counterfeit to God’s First Angel’s Message of Revelation 14. Rome wants Sunday rest to be recognized by law as the solution to our ecological problems. God implemented the seventh-day Sabbath as His day of rest to commemorate the creation and to worship the Creator. The battle lines have been drawn, and the contrast could not be clearer.
And instead of proclaiming the First Angels’ Message with its emphasis on creation, Rome’s climate message (the antithesis of God’s final warning) has made its way into the church. Who is bringing it in, and why do we tolerate it? Rome’s policies for the environment have penetrated our ranks and will surely be used to neutralize the Three Angels’ Messages of Revelation 14:6-12. We must know the enemy and know what his tactics and strategies are because we are now facing an ideological battle that will ultimately have dire and eternal consequences.
“As the storm approaches, a large class who have professed faith in the third angel’s message, but have not been sanctified through obedience to the truth, abandon their position, and join the ranks of the opposition. By uniting with the world and partaking of its spirit, they have come to view matters in nearly the same light; and when the test is brought, they are prepared to choose the easy, popular side” (Great Controversy, p. 608).
A remarkable phenomena is taking place in the churches today. Under the leadership of Pope Francis, the churches are working together to heal the planet – even as sin and lawlessness are increasing at an alarming rate in society. The attitude seems to be, “Let the earth be healed even if humanity dies.”
It is not time to pray for sustainability, biodiversity or climate change. It’s time to pray for our sinful, rebellious humanity. It is time to pray for conversion and repentance. It is time to pray for holiness and righteousness. It is only when the church fulfills its mission of preaching the everlasting gospel of Christ that we will be able to undo all of the evils that are causing our planet to suffer.
“The earth mourneth and fadeth away, the world languisheth and fadeth away, the haughty people of the earth do languish. The earth also is defiled under the inhabitants thereof; because they have transgressed the laws, changed the ordinance, broken the everlasting covenant.” Isaiah 24:4, 5.
Sin is the true cause of misery in our world. Our planet suffers because of disobedience, and the only remedy for our world is found in Christ. Any gospel that does not seek to save mankind is a false gospel. Any gospel that does not seek to reconcile sinners to God is a new gospel. Too many churches have long ago abandoned the faith of Jesus. The church today only wants to talk about the pollution of the planet while neglecting the moral pollution of sin.
When the religion of ecology is embraced the church will care more about saving penguins than people. This is a rejection of the mission of Christ who clearly and unequivocally commands us to only preach His instructions given in His word (Mathew 28:19, 20) and to seek the baptism and conversion of all people and nations.
Instead, we are following the world and evangelizing them with another gospel. It is the gospel according to Mother Earth, and this “save the plant” propaganda is preempting the gospel of Jesus Christ and uniting the church with the world.
“If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed .. I certify you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached of me is not after man. For I neither received it of man, neither was I taught it, but by the revelation of Jesus Christ.” Galatians 1:9, 11, 12.
Contact: Andy Roman, Publisher
Address: Advent Messenger, PO Box 96, Dover, OK 73734
Phone: (888) 299-2119
About: Advent Messenger provides news and commentary on current events, top stories, social trends and political and religious events. For more news visit www.adventmessenger.org
This release was published on openPR.
Permanent link to this press release:
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.
You can edit or delete your press release Adventists in Germany are Conducting Ecological Surveys on their Members to Promote Climate-Friendly Sustainability here
News-ID: 2137547 • Views: 701
More Releases from Advent Messenger
Fratelli Tutti: Ganoune Diop Praises Pope Francis’ Encyclical
The pope is working overtime to unite all of the religious faiths of the world into one family. Pagans, spiritualists, Mother Earth worshippers, homosexuals, Protestants, Catholics, indigenous faiths and eastern religions are all part of Rome’s one-world brotherhood. Truth and doctrine no longer matter anymore according to the Pope’s encyclical, Fratelli Tutti. Just yesterday, Roman Catholics, Evangelicals, Orthodox and Seventh-day Adventists gathered to praise Fratelli Tutti. Over thirty religious leaders
AdventHealth is Selling Tickets from $500 to $250,000 for a Country/Pop Music Be …
Welcome to the new fundraising in Adventism. For only $250,000 you can get up on the stage with the stars and be officially recognized by AdventHealth.  The event is called the “AdventHealth DRIVE-IN to the HOLIDAYS” and will feature famous country and pop music stars. AdventHealth describes their December 6, 2020 concert in Ocoee, Florida with the following words: “In your festive attire, hear your favorite holiday sounds live with
Seventh-day Adventists Participate in an Interfaith Candle-lighting Ceremony wit …
On November 17, 2020, twenty representatives from different churches met with political leaders in the city of Cuernavaca, the capitol city of the state of Morelos, Mexico. The event was called “Light for Peace and Health” and was designed to “affirm” that each church has a “duty” to be united. Candles were lighted during the closing ceremony to represent their mission of becoming “Lights for Peace and Health.” The Mayor of
The Pope’s New Dream of a United Europe
On October 27, 2020, Pope Francis published his vision for Europe on the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the European Union. In his message, the Pope shared his “reflections on the future of this continent” which, according to him, is “so dear to me.”  Through his message, the Pope reaffirms his full commitment to advancing the globalist agenda of a united Europe
More Releases for Adventist
Adventist Health has Partnered with a Winery to Distribute 800 Bottles of Fermen …
On September 23, 2020, Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Hospital partnered with LangeTwins Family Winery in Lodi, California to distribute 400 gift boxes to all local nurses. Each gift box contained food, products and two bottles of fermented wine. That’s a total of 800 bottles. The LangeTwins Family Winery does not make or sell unfermented wine. All of their products contain between 12% and 19% alcohol. Local Fox News 40 reported this
Stop the Roman Catholic Indoctrination of our Seventh-day Adventist Youth in Eur …
The Taize Pilgrimages are annual ecumenical gatherings created for young people. About 20,000 young people attend each of the Taize Pilgrimages organized by the Roman Catholic Monk, Brother Alois. Their non-doctrinal unity of brotherhood is in line with the Vatican’s agenda on ecumenism. Pope Francis loves this religious order. Prayers, chanting, singing and sentimentality form the perfect faith without creeds where everyone can unite. Francesco Mosca is the Seventh-day Adventist
An Independent Seventh-day Adventist Media Ministry is Being Censored for its Co …
Conservative groups and opinions are being targeted on social media platforms. Big tech companies such as Google, Facebook and Twitter are censoring people for expressing socially conservative views or for sharing content that does not contain a certain politically correct tone. Tyrannical governments are now in bed with tyrannical media giants. The goal is to control the information. A small group of people want to determine what is and what isn’t
The Adventist Church in Germany Supports the Government Use of Smartphone Tracin …
Johannes Naether, President of the North German Union Conference, issued a statement on April 15, 2020 indicating that the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Germany supports the government's use of tracing apps to track the movement of its citizens on their smartphones. Germany is implementing a monitoring program to ensure that its citizens comply with the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions and to warn people if they come into contact with an
While Pope Francis Venerates Mother Earth, Adventist Health wants You to Connect …
Pope Francis is attributing the current global crisis to man's damage to the environment. On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Pope Francis did an online interview with the journalist Jordi Evolve. The Pope was asked about the condition of our planet and if the current global crisis was nature's judgment upon humanity. In a recent video the Pope responded by venerating nature with his pantheistic philosophies: "There's a saying that you surely
Community Food Housing And Relief Services Market Explore Growth 2018-2025 by Le …
ReportsWeb.com added “Community Food Housing And Relief Services Market " - Global Trends, 2018 Analysis and 2021 Forecasts” report to its research database. This Report is spread across 125 Pages and Supported by 06 Company Leaders. The global community food, housing, and relief services market was valued at $1625.3 billion in 2017. Asia Pacific was the largest geographic region accounting for $697.2 billion or 42.3% of the global market. China was the