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Adventists and Catholics Celebrate the Ecumenical Charter, Promote Eucharistic Unity and Work to End Divisions

07-07-2021 05:08 PM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

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Adventists and Catholics Celebrate the Ecumenical Charter,

One of the greatest indications that we have come to the end of God’s mercy is when we see churches, including Seventh-day Adventists, being bewitched by Rome and blindly “wondering” after the beast with great admiration. Our own people are working to forget the past. They are no longer concerned with biblical doctrine. They have embraced the error that separation with Rome is a scandal and that unity is more important than truth. What an amazing fulfillment of the prophecy: “And his deadly wound was healed, and the whole world wondered after the beast” (Revelation 13:3).

On Saturday, June 12, 2021, Seventh-day Adventist leaders joined Catholics, Anglicans, Methodists, Baptists, and Orthodox at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of San Ciriaco in Ancona, Italy to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Ecumenical Charter and to promote Eucharistic unity. This is the same Ecumenical Charter that calls for the creation of “One Holy Apostolic Catholic Church.” This is the same Ecumenical Charter that the General Conference and the Inter-European Division apparently said last year that the Seventh-day Adventist Church was not following.

Well, apparently, church leaders are not only praising the accomplishments of the Ecumenical Charter, but are now saying that they are working on creating the Eucharistic unity necessary to solidify their relationship with their “brothers and sisters in Christ.” All of this is documented in a video posted by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Ancona-Osimo. You can watch the video and set the subtitles in any language through the automatic language setting on YouTube.

“And his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast … He that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity.” (Revelation 13:3, 10).

If we follow the beast, we will be led into captivity and we will go into Babylonian captivity. That’s what God says about following Rome. Each soul must make his or her decision. Either we will yield implicit and unreserved obedience to God, our Creator and Redeemer, or we will bow in obedience to God’s rival – the beast.

Click to see the video, photos and to read the full story: http://adventmessenger.org/adventists-and-catholics-celebrate-the-ecumenical-charter-promote-eucharistic-unity-and-work-to-end-divisions/

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