Worship: For Heaven’s Sake “Pharisees will drive you out of the church,” says Pastor Flemons. Confessing to having been a Pharisee himself, Pastor Flemons says, “Most Pharisees that listen to this message are only going to get mad.” That is because Pharisees are self-righteous, self-proclaimed Christians that push doctrine to the extent of capital punishment for the erring (thinking they are doing God a favor), but fail to realize when they themselves are in error.
“They don’t realize that they are not fully converted,” says Pastor Flemons. Because of this, he says that Jesus mostly simply warned the people of Pharisaism and hoped that in the hearing, a Pharisee would awaken out of the spiritual danger he was in. Even so, Pastor Flemons decided to provide this short series in an attempt to save a Pharisee.
This message says Pastor Flemons, is a message to Present Truthers, even if only one or two gets truly converted, like Joseph of Arimathaea and Nicodemus (who only went at night to meet Jesus). Pastor Flemons says that Present Truthers sit in the seat of Moses. They believe and promote the Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy. They promote all the reforms, like dress reform, health reform, even education reform. Using Moses as a symbol of Present Truthers, Pastor Flemons told of how Moses once committed murder in an effort to punish someone else who had sinned, but not to the same degree that Moses did in punishing him. Like so, the Pharisees and Sadducees, although they hated each other, joined together to crucify Jesus, the Messiah.
“A Pharisee does not understand the power of conversion,” says Pastor Flemons. That’s what’s going to cause the loss of souls.”
[For further details, please read Matthew 23:1-3; Luke 16:19-31; Numbers 12; and listen to the recording to hear the commentary of Pastor Flemons, who sang Hymn 574, “O Master, Let Me Walk With Thee.”]
Wellness: For Health’s Sake Shelem Flemons, a doctor of biblical wellness, discussed the best remedy that is an alternative to a fever bath for cancer. It is for building the immune system. A steam bath is one alternative, he says. However, it is not the best alternative because of inadequate water pressure.
Surprisingly, a cold sheet wrap is best, according to Pastor Flemons. And it can be used for even an anemic person. Using a massage table or bed covered with plastic and then covered with a sheet, he described how another sheet is submerged in ice cold water, wrung out, and placed on top of the other sheet. He told how the person should be wrapped in the wet sheet and covered with blankets or a thick comforter. He says the person, after an initial short time of discomfort from the cold, will sleep comfortably warm this way for even a couple of hours. You can expect that the person will wake up refreshed with their immune system strengthened and toxins removed.
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Sharing and Caring Time Sis. Maria read a passage from “Prayer and Diligence,” Chapter 15, in the book Power of Prayer, by Ellen G. White, p. 34, 35. It tells how we cooperate with God in the saving of souls and how more powerful is our character than is our logic or words. (A portion of her reading may be read here.)
Pastor Flemons responded to a question about regenerating the cells of the body and the Regenesis Center of Technology.
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TOPICS THIS WEEK – May 12 – 18
Worship Sunday – Importance of Sanctuary for the Remnant Church; Monday – Revival of the Sanctuary Study; Tuesday – Victory for the Church; Wednesday – A Pharisee Is Sad You See, Part 1
Wellness Sunday – The High Estrogen Diet Leads to Male and Female Cancers and Fibroids; Monday – The Blessing of Hydrotherapy; Tuesday – A Cure for STDs; Wednesday – The Best Alternative to a Fever Bath for Cancer
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Words of Encouragement
1 Samuel 3:13 I will judge his house for ever for the iniquity which he knoweth; because his sons made themselves vile, and he restrained them not. (Also read 1 Samuel 2:22 Conflict and Courage for May 15, CC 141.)
Ezra 9:6 And said, O my God, I am ashamed and blush to lift up my face to thee, my God: for our iniquities are increased over our head, and our trespass is grown up unto the heavens. (Also read With God at Dawn for May 15, WGD 137.)