Wednesday, 14 November 2012

The Laodecian Message - Mark Finley

In the book of Revelation, the apostle John sees, through a vision, letters dictated to angels addressed to seven churches in Asia minor. One of those letters is addressed to the church of Laodecia. Most scholars have viewed these letters to not only apply to the churches mentioned that time but to span the history of  the christian church to very end of time. These churches represented the condition of the church throughout the ages to our time. Adventist scholars have came to the conclusion that the letter addressed to the church of Laodecia presents the condition of the church in the very last days of earth's history.

In the video below,  Pastor Mark Finley, Assistant to the President of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist presents the interpretation of this letter to the church of Laodecia. The sermon is entitled, The Laodecian Message.


  1. Why is the General Conference allowing this hip hop rock music to continue in the local churches? Why aren't these things addressed by our leaders? Why are they afraid that this is not the type of music SDA should be indulged? and Why, if we believe in EGW, why aren't we following her counsel >.... she said she saw...that before probation ends, the big ole drums will be coming in again as it was in INDIANA. COME ON GUYS, we are not Pentecostal, we are not Baptist, etc., we are Seventh-day Adventists I want my church back!

    1. so whawt in the Bible says that a piano is more acceptable than drums?

    2. The problem is not the instrument but the way it is being used.