Upholding the official beliefs and doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and spreading the three angels' message of Revelation 14:6-12
Note 1. - "There are two errors against which the children of God - particularly those who have just come to trust in His grace - especially need to guard. The first . . . is that of looking to their own works, trusting to anything they can do, to bring themselves into harmony with God. He who is trying to become holy by his own works in keeping the law, is attempting an impossibility. All that man can do without Christ is polluted with selfishness and sin. It is the grace of Christ alone, through faith, that can make us holy. The opposite and no less dangerous error is that belief in Christ releases men from keeping the law of God; that since be faith alone we became partakers of the grace of Christ, our works have nothing to do with our redemption." - E. G. White in "Steps to Christ."
Note 2. - "Obedience - the service and allegiance of love - is the true sign of discipleship. . . . Instead of releasing men from obedience, it is faith, and faith only, that makes us partakers of the grace of Christ, which enables us to render obedience. We do not earn salvation by our obedience; for salvation is the free gift of God, to be received by faith. But obedience is the fruit of faith. . . . That so-called faith in Christ, which professes to release men from the obligation of obedience to God, is not faith, but presumption." - Ibid.
Note 3. - "Where anxiety begins, faith ends; where faith begins, anxiety ends." - Muller, cited in "Fundamentals of Bible Doctrine."
Note 4. - "Faith demonstrates to the eye of the mind the reality of those things that cannot be discerned by the eye of the body." - Matthew Henry on Hebrews 11:1.
Note: This quiz is based on "Fundamentals of the Seventh-day Adventist Faith", 1941, British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Watford, Bible Study No. 3, "Saving Faith".
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