About Adventists

The Seventh day Adventist movement is a Christian denomination who’s primary mission is to uphold and proclaim the good news of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through the “Three Angels Messages" of Revelation 14:6-10.

The phrase "Seventh Day" stands for our belief in obedience to God's Moral law of 10 commandments, which also include the 4th commandment which is to keep the seventh day Sabbath holy. We obey not to be saved but as a result of being saved. Our obedience is not legalism, but an expression of love and appreciation by the Adventist already saved only by the precious blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. We believe a person’s fruits are to show that he is a genuine Christian.

The Sabbath commandment states "For in six days the Lord made the heavens, and the earth, and the sea and all that in them is..." This is referring to the creation account of Genesis 1 and 2 and this proclaims that God alone is our creator and Lord of all. Despite of many so-called gods in the planet, when we obey this commandment, we are in essence acknowledging that there is but one God only, and that we worship the one true God, creator of "heavens the earth and the sea."

The word "Adventist" derived from the word "Advent" means "coming." We believe in the imminent coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our message to this dieing world includes this very word, warning all that Jesus is soon to return, and we must all be clothed with Christ's righteousness [both imputed and imparted] to receive him; for Christ is our righteousness.