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RTM Leadership Families Under Construction

Families of Revealing Truths Ministry (RTM) are being severely attacked by the enemy of souls. In light of 1 Tim. 3, leaders in RTM found it necessary to take watchful care of their first line of responsibility; the spiritual health of their immediate families. As such, RTM is currently on sabbatical until the families are strengthened spiritual to move forward in the work of the Lord.

We trust that your faithful prayers for us, and our diligent efforts will have us to return with renewed strength and the Spirit of God. At such time, we will launch the gospel mission that God has called us to.

Sincerely,

RTM Leadership


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Jesus, truly is coming soon! Can you afford to continue living without having the character of Christ. We here realize there is no time to conintue talking about overcoming but to seek an experiential knowledge of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

"This is the only honor we should seek. And we should seek it with a determination and an earnestness proportionate to the value of the treasure we have in view,--eternal life in the kingdom of God. Christ claims the complete consecration of man to himself... Self-renunciation is the great law of self-preservation, and self-preservation is the law of self-destruction." {ST, July 1, 1897 par. 13} read more

Origin of December 25 Celebration

The date of Jesus' birth has never been revealed to us. The celebration of His birthday is no where commanded for christians to practice. Why is there so much fuss about a holiday which came to us through pagan Brumalia [The December 25 celebration], celebrating the shortest day of the year and the 'new sun'? Its origin is in idolatry, paganism and Sun-worship, and was celebrated with riot and merrymaking long before Jesus came to earth as a babe in Bethlehem.
How did Christmas get into the Christian church? This pagan holiday later crept into the churches, in the first five centuries, in spite of the protests of some godly pastors. It was considered idolatry to do this, since it was nothing more than a heathen day of worship. > More...

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God want to see what temper we are. The Potter wants to get us right. God wants us to let Him take control. Do you want to be the bride of Christ? I Do."

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Worship for Week: Sunday, December 14, 2014 ( Sunday's Study)
 
Assignment: Text: John 10:10 Morning
  1. The culmination of the gospel on this earth is the second coming of Jesus Christ
    1. New testament writers wrote about it over 300 times
    2. Old testament patriarchs looked forward to it Hebrews 11:10, 13-16
    3. John saw the bride of Christ dressed in white. - Revelation 19:8
    4. Discuss the significance of MATT. 24:30,31

"We are pilgrims and strangers in this world, traveling a path beset with dangers from those who have rejected the only One who could save them. Ingenious subterfuges and scientific problems will be held out before us, to tempt us to swerve from our allegiance; but we are not to heed them. {RH, July 7, 1910 par. 1}

Let every soul be on the alert. The adversary is on your track. Be vigilant, watching carefully lest some masterly snare shall take you unaware. Let the careless and the indifferent beware lest the day of the Lord come upon them as a thief in the night. Many will wander from the path of humility, and, casting aside the yoke of Christ, will walk in strange paths. Blinded and bewildered, they will leave the narrow path that leads to the city of God." {RH, July 7, 1910 par. 2}

  1. Desire of Ages, p 306. The world loves sin, and hates righteousness, and this was the cause of its hostility to Jesus. All who refuse His infinite love will find Christianity a disturbing element. The light of Christ sweeps away the darkness that covers their sins, and the need of reform is made manifest. While those who yield to the influence of the Holy Spirit begin war with themselves, those who cling to sin war against the truth and its representatives. {DA 306.1}
    1. Compare the above paragraph to 1 John 5:1-5 . How do we know when we are connected with him and are truly looking for His coming?
    2. Does Christmas help us to prepare Christians for Christ's second coming? Explain your answer.
But in that day, as in the time of Jerusalem's destruction, God's people will be delivered, "every one that shall be found written among the living." Christ has declared that he will come the second time, to gather his faithful ones to himself: "Then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other." [MATT. 24:30, 31.] Then shall they that obey not the gospel be consumed with the spirit of his mouth, and be destroyed with the brightness of his coming. [ 2 THESS. 2:8 .] Like Israel of old, the wicked destroy themselves; they fall by their iniquity. By a life of sin, they have placed themselves so out of harmony with God, their natures have become so debased with evil, that the manifestation of his glory is to them a consuming fire. {GC88 37.2}
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Worship for Week: Sunday, December 14, 2014 ( Monday's Study)
 
  1. The bridegroom in Rev. 19:8 is certainly coming for His bride. Who is the Bridegroom and Bride? 2 Corinthians 11:2; Ephesians 5:23-24
  2. The white robe worn by the saints in Rev. 19:8 refers to?
"And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea. And I John saw the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God. And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away." This is the company with whom we desire to stand. Then let us show it by our works, and remove from our hearts everything that will shut out Jesus. The latter rain is to fall upon the people of God. A mighty angel is to come down from heaven, and the whole earth is to be lighted with his glory. Are we ready to take part in the glorious work of the third angel? Are our vessels ready to receive the heavenly dew? Have we defilement and sin in the heart? If so, let us cleanse the soul temple, and prepare for the showers of the latter rain. The refreshing from the presence of the Lord will never come to hearts filled with impurity. May God help us to die to self, that Christ, the hope of glory, may be formed within! I must have the Spirit of God in my heart. I can never go forward to do the great work of God, unless the Holy Spirit rests upon my soul. "As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God." The day of judgment is upon us. O that we may wash our robes of character, and make them white in the blood of the Lamb! {RH, April 21, 1891 par. 11}
  1. As we prepare for the judgment Jesus wants us to seek him first. How do we gain righteousness of Christ? [Find a bible text].
  2. Let's talk about one of the things that will work against our preparation for Jesus' coming. "...let no man deceive you: he that doeth righteousness is righteous, even as he is righteous." 1 John 3:7
Lingering near the bride's house are ten young women robed in white. Each carries a lighted lamp and a small flagon for oil. All are anxiously watching for the appearance of the bridegroom. But there is a delay. Hour after hour passes; the watchers become weary and fall asleep. At midnight the cry is heard, "Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him." The sleepers, suddenly awaking, spring to their feet. They see the procession moving on, bright with torches and glad with music. They hear the voice of the bridegroom and the voice of the bride. The ten maidens seize their lamps and begin to trim them, in haste to go forth. But five have neglected to fill their flasks with oil. They did not anticipate so long a delay, and they have not prepared for the emergency. In distress they appeal to their wiser companions saying, "Give us of your oil; for our lamps are going out." (Margin.) But the waiting five, with their freshly trimmed lamps, have emptied their flagons. They have no oil to spare, and they answer, "Not so; lest there be not enough for us and you: but go ye rather to them that sell, and buy for yourselves." {COL 405.2} While they went to buy, the procession moved on, and left them behind. The five with lighted lamps joined the throng and entered the house with the bridal train, and the door was shut. When the foolish virgins reached the banqueting hall, they received an unexpected denial. The master of the feast declared, "I know you not." They were left standing without, in the empty street, in the blackness of the night. {COL 406.1}
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Worship for Week: Sunday, December 14, 2014 ( Tuesday's Study)
 
  1. Is it true that righteousness is obtained through Jesus? [Find scripture to support]
  2. What relationship does faith have with righteousness, and how does this help us to prepare for the judgment?
  3. Whose testimony alone must we have? (See Revelation 14:12; Revelation 12:17; Revelation 19:10.
The guests at the marriage feast were inspected by the king. Only those were accepted who had obeyed his requirements and put on the wedding garment. So it is with the guests at the gospel feast. All must pass the scrutiny of the great King, and only those are received who have put on the robe of Christ's righteousness. {COL 312.1} Righteousness is right doing, and it is by their deeds that all will be judged. Our characters are revealed by what we do. The works show whether the faith is genuine. {COL 312.2}

With active and living faith we become partakers of the divine nature and so escape the corruption that is in the world through lust (see 2 Peter 1:4).

By faith in Jesus working in and through them they have been cleansed from all sin, and from all defects of character.

"I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me." Galatians 2:20.

  1. When is the judgment to take place?
"It is not enough for us to believe that Jesus is not an impostor, and that the religion of the Bible is no cunningly devised fable. We may believe that the name of Jesus is the only name under heaven whereby man may be saved, and yet we may not through faith make Him our personal Saviour. It is not enough to believe the theory of truth. It is not enough to make a profession of faith in Christ and have our names registered on the church roll. "He that keepeth His commandments dwelleth in Him, and He in him. And hereby we know that He abideth in us, by the Spirit which He hath given us." "Hereby we do know that we know Him if we keep His commandments." 1 John 3:24; 2:3. This is the genuine evidence of conversion. Whatever our profession, it amounts to nothing unless Christ is revealed in works of righteousness. {COL 312.3} The truth is to be planted in the heart. It is to control the mind and regulate the affections. The whole character must be stamped with the divine utterances. Every jot and tittle of the word of God is to be brought into the daily practice." {COL 314.1}
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Worship for Week: Sunday, December 14, 2014 ( Wednesday's Study)
 
  1. Why does Jesus delay His coming? Revelation 7:2,3.
  2. "Let us be glad and rejoice, and give honour to Him: for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and his wife hath made herself ready." Revelation 19:7.
    1. The wife, or the church of Christ is not ready
    2. Who is the bride of Christ? Ephesians 5:23-27
    3. Which Church is Christ's? 1 Cor 3:16, Col 1:18, (Christ is head), Eph 2:18 - 22
We are on the borders of the eternal world, and we must have a testimony with which all heaven shall be in harmony. The angel has spoken to us, "Get ready, press together; the Lord is at the door!" If you will only do your part and bow at the cross of Calvary, you will receive the blessing of God. God loves you. He does not wish to draw you nigh to him to hurt you, oh, no; but to comfort you, to pour in the oil of rejoicing, to heal the wounds that sin has made, to bind up where Satan has bruised. He wants to give you the garments of praise for the spirit of heaviness. Will you let Jesus in ? Will you fall on the Rock and be broken? Will you bow low at the foot of the cross? Jesus will place his arms around you, and comfort you. Will you do this without further delay? God grant that you may move with his providence and be prepared for the Lord's coming. {RH, March 4, 1890 par. 10}
  1. How does the church get ready? 1 John 1:9, Eph 5:27, Matt. 5:48 (Perfect Teilos - complete character), Phil 3:15

The choices we make and the deeds that result are all faithfully chronicled in the heavenly books of record (see Revelation 20:11-15). It is there shown whether our characters are after the order of obedience, or of lawlessness. "He that rejecteth me, and receiveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day" John 12:48. "And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be." Revelation 22:12. "This was the midnight cry, which was to give power to the second angel's message. Angels were sent from heaven to arouse the discouraged saints and prepare them for the great work before them. The most talented men were not the first to receive this message. Angels were sent to the humble, devoted ones, and constrained them to raise the cry, "Behold, the Bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet Him!" Those entrusted with the cry made haste, and in the power of the Holy Spirit sounded the message, and aroused their discouraged brethren. This work did not stand in the wisdom and learning of men, but in the power of God, and His saints who heard the cry could not resist it. The most spiritual received this message first, and those who had formerly led in the work were the last to receive and help swell the cry, "Behold, the Bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet Him!" {EW 238.2}

In every part of the land, light was given upon the second angel's message, and the cry melted the hearts of thousands. It went from city to city, and from village to village, until the waiting people of God were fully aroused. In many churches the message was not permitted to be given, and a large company who had the living testimony left these fallen churches. A mighty work was accomplished by the midnight cry. The message was heart-searching, leading the believers to seek a living experience for themselves. They knew that they could not lean upon one another. {EW 238.3}"
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Worship for Week: Sunday, December 14, 2014 ( Thursday's Study)
 
  1. What does it take to receive Jesus' reward and be a part of the first resurrection ( 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17)? Revelation 3:5
"He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels." Revelation 3:5.
The saints anxiously waited for their Lord with fasting, watching, and almost constant prayer. Even some sinners looked forward to the time with terror; but the great mass manifested the spirit of Satan in their opposition to the message. They mocked and scoffed, repeating everywhere, "No man knoweth the day nor the hour." Evil angels urged them on to harden their hearts and to reject every ray of light from heaven, that they might be fastened in the snare of Satan. Many who professed to be looking for Christ had no part in the work of the message. The glory of God which they had witnessed, the humility and deep devotion of the waiting ones, and the overwhelming weight of evidence, caused them to profess to receive the truth; but they had not been converted; they were not ready for the coming of their Lord. {EW 238.4}

At the appearing of Jesus, the righteous rejoice at the sight (see Isaiah 25:9). The wicked are terrified and seek to flee from His presence (see Revelation 6:16), and are slain by the brightness of His appearing (see Revelation 19:21; 2 Thessalonians 2:8). It is at this time that Satan is bound for a thousand years, after which he will once again be loosed for a little while (see Revelation 20:1-3).

Some flatter themselves that the Lord will give them another opportunity, that there will be a second probation. Fatal delusion! Just now, day by day, hour by hour, we are building for the last great day. We are trading on our Lord's money, and at His coming He will reckon with us, and we shall have to give an account of what we have done with His goods. As responsible beings we are working for time and for eternity, making our records in the books of heaven, and preparing our reward or punishment. Our reward will be proportionate to our work. "My reward is with Me," Christ declares, "to give every man according as his work shall be." Rev. 22:12. He will expect results from every one. {MC 70.2}

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Worship for Week: Sunday, December 14, 2014 ( Friday's Study)
 
  1. Will there be any future time to be changed? Rev. 20:1-3

    Living Godly: 1 Peter 3:9; James 4:7-8; 10; James 1:27.

Some flatter themselves that the Lord will give them another opportunity, that there will be a second probation. Fatal delusion! Just now, day by day, hour by hour, we are building for the last great day. We are trading on our Lord's money, and at His coming He will reckon with us, and we shall have to give an account of what we have done with His goods. As responsible beings we are working for time and for eternity, making our records in the books of heaven, and preparing our reward or punishment. Our reward will be proportionate to our work. "My reward is with Me," Christ declares, "to give every man according as his work shall be." Rev. 22:12. He will expect results from every one. {MC 70.2}
  1. The Lord designs that the light He has given on the Scriptures shall shine forth in clear, bright rays, and it is the duty of our canvassers to put forth a strong, united effort that God's designs may be accomplished. A great and important work is before us. The enemy of souls realizes this, and he is using every means in his power to lead the canvassers to take up some other line of work. This order of things should be changed. God calls the canvassers back to their work. He calls for volunteers who will put all their energies and enlightenment into the work, helping wherever there is opportunity. The Master calls for every one to do the part given him, according to his ability. Who will respond to the call? Who will go forth to labor in the wisdom and grace and love of Christ for those nigh and afar off? Who will sacrifice ease and pleasure and enter the places of error, superstition, and darkness, working earnestly and perseveringly, speaking the truth in simplicity, praying in faith, and doing house-to-house labor? Who at this time will go forth without the camp, imbued with the power of the Holy Spirit, bearing reproach for Christ's sake, opening the Scriptures to the people, and calling them to repentance? {MC 70.3}
  2. Ecc 12:13
  3. The Call
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