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1953

Outline of

Davidic-Levidical Institute

BIBLE DOCTRINES COURSE

Davidic-Levitical Institute

Mt. Carmel Center

Waco, Texas

 

 

1.  The purpose of each class;

a. Freshman classis designed for those who need to gain a   foundation of fundamental

Seventh-day Adventist doctrines. For those who need it or may wish to take it as a

refresher course.

b. Intermediate class for those who need to learn the Davidian doctrines     and how to

present them.

c.  Senior class for those who already know the message, but who need special

Instructions for fieldwork, ect. It is also for those who require help only in organizing and

giving studies and who are assigned to intermediate class for a few weeks to learn this

phase after which they will be transferred to the senior class. For this reason the senior

class will start at a later date than March. 9

2.  It is important that each student keep his notebook up to date. The instructor is to check on

this daily when the roll call is taken.

3.  Class periods are for students' recitation and the teacher's constructive criticism and are not

to be taken up in lecturing to the students; studying is to be done outside of class. Students

are not to be told ahead who is to recite at the next class period.

4.  The instructor is to correct the students on the following:

a.  Form

b.  Continuity

c.  Clarity

d.  Keeping on the subject

e.  Delivery

f.  Tact

5.  Except   as   indicated   in no.   6, the   material   in the   Davidian publications the

message of the hour-is what is to be studied and used. Various supplementary helps may

be good but are unnecessary. (A list of the Spirit of Prophecy books most quoted is present

Truth Literature is giving in Part 3. If the present truth student becomes volumes he will be well armed.)

6.  Following is a list of chapters from the Bible Reading to be covered in the Freshman Class.

The students are to study and be prepared for either oral or written quizzes in class an the

instructor shall choose. In assigning the material listed blow it may not be necessary to take

up every topic or question in the chapters listed, at least not in class, but only as much as will

assure a through understanding of the subject under discussion. Those Seventh-day Adventist

doctrines which have been especially amplified by present truth, and which are therefore

included in the Intermediate class, have been omitted from the Freshman Class. (However,

when such subjects are studied in the Intermediate Class, if a student is not familiar with

Seventh-day Adventist teaching of them, he might profitably study them from Bible readings

in connection with present truth, so that he might know wherein the Davidian message differs

from Seventh-day Adventist teachings as well as to acquire a foundation in fundamental

Seventh-day Adventist doctrines. The Instructor should be prepare to point out to the students

what is erroneous and why.)

Freshman Class

Text: Bible Readings for the Home:

Chapter for the study:

The Bible, Its origin, history, and place in the world

Part I. The bible: how to study and understand it

Part 2. Sin; its origin, results, and remedy

Part 3. The way to Christ

Part 8. The Law of God

Part 9. The Sabbath

Part 11. Life only in Christ

Part 12. Christian Growth and Experience

7.  Keep on the Subject.

It is impossible to divorce some present Truth subject from others and therefore there is

much overlapping of material. In studying one particular subject it is often necessary to refer

to another; however, when such is the case, it is important to stick with what the text material

says on the subject being studied. The related doctrines will each be studied in detail in the

turn.

 

Example:

Subject: Religion

Text Material: Timely Greetings, Vol. 2 #34

 

(In the studying this article it would be easy to get into a discussion of the

Kingdom but that is not the subject being studied.)

 

 

1953

Outline of

Davidic-Levitical Institute

BIBLE DOCTRINES COURSE

Davidic-Levitical Institute

Mt. Carmel Center

Waco, Texas

Part I

(For Freshman Class)

 

Text: Bible Reading for the Home

Requirements:

Students will study and prepare for

Examination covering pertinent points

As will be chosen by the Instructor.

 

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Part 2

 

(For Intermediate Class)

 

Requirements:

 

-Educational Director

 

1.  Each student will be expected to study and prepare all this material for oral

presentation either in class or in public meetings, as the Instructor may assign.

2.  A notebook must be kept by each student in which an outline for each of the following

subjects must be filled. (A sample outline is found on page 14. Note also sample on

badly presented subject on page 12.)

3.  Be prepared to state briefly in your own words the particular point each of the 18 charts

stresses. ( A model list of the charts are found on page. 18.)

 

Subjects covered in this course: (Text material to be studied is given following each subject.)

 

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1. Religion

Answers #5, pp. 21-27, question 109

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #49

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #50

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #51

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #26

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #34

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #45

 

2. Inspiration

 

Tract #6

Answerer #1, pp. 39-59

Answerer #1, p. 77, question 7

Answerer #3, pp. 28-40, question 55

Answerer #5, p. 27, question 110

Answerer #5, pp. 28, 29, question 111

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #14

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #29

Answerer #4, pp. 37-41, question 95

 

3. Revival and Reformation and Purification

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #10

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #13

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #8

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #30

Tract #1

Answerer #2, p. 24, question 16

Answerer #2, pp. 42-44, question 25

Answerer #2, pp. 67, 68, question 38

Answerer #3, pp. 41-43, question 56

Answerer #3, pp. 43, 44, question 57

Answerer #3, pp. 69-71, question 68

Answerer #4, pp. 22, 23, question 86

Answerer #5, pp. 56-57, question 134

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #3, pp. 9-11

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #52

 

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4. New Light Promised: Need of Personal

Investigation

 

Answerer #1, pp. 79-81, question 8

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #24

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2 #28

Note: Students should gather material for this

subject.

 

5. The Message to the Laodiceans

 

Answerer #1, pp. 5-38

Answerer #1, pp. 69-75

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #8

Answerer #4, PP. 18, 19, question 82

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #20

 

6. The Shepherd's Rod in Prophecy

 

Answerer #1, p. 93, question 13

Answerer #1, p. 94, question 14

Answerer #3, pp. 19-23, question 52

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #27

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #43, pp. 15-25

 

7. The Controversy Over the Shepherd's Rod

 

Tract #7

Answerer #1, p. 76, question 6

Reporting Un-Adventist Activities, No.1

Tract #2

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #22

 

8. Mt. Carmel-lts Purpose

 

Answerer #3, pp. 54-65, question 66

 

9. Elijah

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #31, pp. 3, 4

General Conference Special

 

10. Eleventh-Hour Call

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #43, pp. 3-15

White House Recruiter

 

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11. The Laymen's Movement (Hoseal and 2)

 

Tract #4

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #6

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #21

Answerer #2, pp. 57, 58, question 31

Answerer #2, pp. 58-63, question 32

Answerer #3, pp. 65-69, question 67

Answerer #5, pp. 50, 51, question 129

 

12. The 144,000 and The Great Multitude

 

Shepherd's Rod, Vol. 1, pocket edition

Answerer #2, pp. 24, 25, question 17

Answerer #2, p. 31, question 21

Answerer #2, pp. 33-35, question 22

Answerer #3, pp. 26-28, question 54

Answerer #3, p. 51, question 64

Answerer #3, pp. 51-54, question 65

Answerer #4, pp. 34, 35, question 92

Answerer #5, pp. 89, 90, question 161

Answerer #5, pp. 90, 91, question 162 (144,000

100% Israelites)

 

13. The Latter Rain and Second Pentecost

 

 Tract 14, pp. 39-43

Answerer #1, p. 81, question 9

Answerer #1, p. 85, question 11

Answerer #1, p. 88, question 12

Answerer #5, pp. 40, 41, question 121

Answerer #5, pp. 58-59, question 135

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #17

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #46

 

14. The Judgment and the Harvest

 

Tract #3

Answerer #1, p.82, question 10

Answerer #2, pp. 36-38, question 23

Answerer #2, pp. 38-42, question 24

Answerer #2, pp. 71-73, question 40

Answerer #3, pp. 5-7, question 48

Answerer #3, pp. 49, 50, question 63

Answerer #4, pp. 28, 29, question 89

Answerer #5, pp. 30, 31, question 112

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #21

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #33

 

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15. The Seven Seals (The Signs of the Times)

 

Tract #15, pp. 5-67

Answerer #2, p. 29, question 20

Answerer #2, pp. 65, 66, question 36

Answerer #2, pp. 90, 91, question 46

Answerer #2, pp. 91-94, question 47

Answerer #3, pp. 24-26, question 53

Timely greetings, Vol. 1, #3, pp. 8, 9

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #13, pp. 3-7

 

16. The Seven Trumpets

 

Tract #5

Answerer #4, pp. 5, 6, question 77

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #3, pp. 6-8

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2,#13

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2,#15

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2.#27

 

17. The Everlasting Church

(Revelation 12)

 

Tract #15, pp. 68-90

Answerer #2, pp. 44-49, question 26

Answerer #2, pp. 63, 64, question 33

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #3, p. 9

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #16

Answerer #2, pp. 5-22

 

18. The World's History in Prophetic

Symbols

 

Tract #12

Answerer #2, p. 25, question 18

Answerer #2, pp. 68-71, question 39

Answerer #3, pp. 44, 45, question 58

Answerer #3, pp. 45, 46, question 59

Answerer #5, p. 91, question 163

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #4

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #17

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #18

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #36

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #42

 

19. Nahum's Prophecy

 

Tract #14, Tract 12

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Answerer #5, pp. 31, 32, question 113

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #3, pp. 11-15

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1 #23, 24

 

20. The Kingdom

 

Tract #8

Tract #9, pp. 40-71

Answerer #2, pp. 73, 74, question 41

Answerer #2, pp. 74-85, question 42

Answerer #2, p. 86, question 43

Answerer #2, pp. 86-89, question 44

Answerer #2, pp. 89, 90, question 45

Answerer #3, pp. 74-76, question 70

Answerer #3, p. 76, question 71

Answerer #3, pp. 76-79, question 72

Answerer #4, pp. 20-22, question 85

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #15

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #3

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #4

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #11

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #31

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #41

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #44

 

21. The Time of Trouble

 

Shepherd's Rod, Vol. 1, pocket edition, pp.36

Answerer #2, pp. 66, 67, question 37

Answerer #2, pp. 91-94, question 47

Answerer #4, pp. 6, 7, question 78

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #47

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #7, pp. 1-10

22. The Resurrections

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #4, pp. 13-15

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #7, pp. 11-15

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #32

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #42, pp. 29, 30

 

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23. The Millennium

 

Tract #9, pp. 3-40, 71-76

Answerer #3, p. 46, question 60

Answerer #3, p. 47, question 61

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #44, pp. 20-22

 

24. The Revelation

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #12

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #14 *

NOTE: Students must file copy of

chart shown on p. 22, in notebook.

 

25. Righteousness By Faith,

Sanctification, etc.

 

Shepherd's Rod, Vol. 2, pp. 298-300

Answerer #1, pp. 60-69, question 4

Answerer #3, pp. 86-90, question 74

Answerer#3, pp. 90,91 question 75

Answerer #4, pp. 10, 11 question 80

Answerer #4, pp. 12-18, question 81

Timely Greetings, vol. 1, #1

Timely Greetings, vol. 1, #2

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #23

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2,#35

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #39

 

26. The Temple Type

 

Shepherd's Rod, Vol. 2, pp. 259-282

Answerer #3, pp. 47, 48, question 62

 

27. Ezekiel's River

 

Shepherd's Rod, Vol. 2, pp. 290-298

 

28. The Flood-A Type

 

Shepherd's Rod, Vol. 2, pp. 240-258

Answerer #2, PP. 23, 24, question 15

 

29. The Three Days and Three Nights

 

Tract #10

Answerer #2, pp. 64, 65, question 34

Answerer #3, pp. 14-18, question 51

NOTE: The main purpose in the taking up the

details of the events during Christ's Capture

is not so much the exact placing of them as it

is to brings out the fact that there were 2 sixth

hours that must be reckoned with.

 

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30. Baptism

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #19

Answerer #4, pp. 23, 24, question 87

 

31. Sabbath Question

 

Answerer #3, pp. 7-9, question 49

Answerer #5, pp. 45-47, question 126

 

32. Marriage and the Home

 

Answerer #3, pp. 79-86, question 73

Answerer #4, pp. 69-78, question 105

 

33. Education

Answerer #4, pp. 81-94, question 107

Answerer #5, pp. 5-21, question 108

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #25

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #38, pp. 1-11

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #40

 

34. Health

 

Entering Wedge

Answerer #5, pp. 76, 77, question 146

Answerer #5, pp. 77. 78, question 147

Answerer #5, pp. 78-81, question 148

Answerer #5, pp. 81, 82, question 149

Medical Letter

 

35. Money Matters

 

Tract #4, pp. 63-67

Answerer #4, pp. 41-44, question 96

Answerer #4, pp. 44, 45, question 97

Answerer #4, pp. 46, 47, question 98

Answerer #4, pp. 47, 48, question 99

Answerer #4, p. 48, question 100

Answerer #5, p. 85, question 156

Answerer #5, pp. 85, 86, question 157

 

 

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Answerer #5, pp. 86, 87, question 158

Answerer #4, pp. 49-58, question 101

Answerer #4, pp. 58, 58, question 102

Answerer #4, pp. 59-66, question 103

Answerer #5, pp. 84, 85, question 155

Answerer #5, pp. 47-49, question 127

Answerer #5, pp. 59-62, question 136

Answerer #5, p. 62, question 137

Answerer #5, pp. 65, 66, question 140

Answerer #5, pp. 63, 64, question 138

Answerer #5, pp. 66, 67, question 141

Student Relief Letter

 

36. Military Service

 

Selective Service Articles

 

37. Standards and Worldly Customs

 

 Traft #13

 Answerer #5, p. 42, question 122

Answerer #5, p. 33, question 114

Answerer #5, pp. 34, 35, question 115

Answerer #5, p. 35, question 116

Answerer #5, pp. 35-37, question 117

Answerer #5, p. 37, question 118

Answerer #5, pp. 38, 39, question 119

Timely Greetings, Vol. 1, #6

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #38

Answerer #5, p. 87, question 159

Answerer #5, p. 88, question 160

NOTE: Stress the importance of the principles

involved. Not precise criterions.

 

38. Davidian Membership

 

Answerer #4, pp. 30-33, question 90

Answerer #4, pp. 35, 36, question 93

Answerer #4, pp. 36, 37, question 94

Answerer #5, pp. 82, 83, question 150

Answerer #5, p. 83, question 151

Answerer #5, pp. 83, 84, question 152

Answerer #5, p. 84, question 153

Timely Greetings, Vol. #7

 

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39. Qualifications of Workers

 

Directory, pp. 23-36

Answerer #5, p. 84, question 154

Required Reading:

Leviticus

Testimonies to Ministers

Gospel Workers

 

40. Sumary of Fundamental Beliefs

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #10


 

 

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Sample of

Badly Presented Subject

 

 

Dear Brother Houteff find inclosed ten dollars for tithes the winter is on that

should put us in mind when the real bad weather starts on the seventh month

spoken of in Rev. 8:3. the Jewish High Priest with the golden censer a type of

the material Sanctuary and its High Priest Aaron a type of the Spiritual Christ

Elijah the prophet comes just before that day reveals the man of sin of 2

Thess. 2:8. The twelfth Pope Piuses spoken of again in St. Matt. 24:15. St.

Mark 13:14 read that out of the Greek and it speaks of the abomination as

being a ma we turn to the prophet Ezra of 2 Ezra one of the greatest last day

prophets of the living God sets two of these kings or Pope Piuses out for a

small kingdom at the time of the end and just as soon as the eleventh past

away up comes the twelfth to be the image of the sixth one of Rev. 13:3-14

spoken of in Rev. 17:10-11 and five of these kings had fallen before the sixth

Pope Pius that is in 1798 in not in 1799 yet is in 1800 spoken of by Daniel

12:11 even he is the eighth and part of the seven and eight all the way through

the Bible is a continuation on to the twelfth one that would be standing in the

Holy place and the Most Holy will destroy him 2 Thess. 2:8 this is the

Spiritual image of the sixth pope Pius of Rev. 13:3-14 who is the type of the

material Babylon's image one material the other spiritual and this Spiritual

images the number is 666. this is just a picture for the three Hebrews of this

Spiritual Babylon look forward to the Mother Church of the Adventists and

Davidians and the Adventist Reform they will be thrown into this type of the

wrath when the image and the beast the two horn both speak you see this

image of the sixth Pope Pius will speak not like the one of the material

Babylon remember the forth one of the material Babylon Daniel just were was

he this is all laid out in type do you remember Rev. 3:17 then look up Rev.

10: Hand Rev. 18:1 one with light the other has no light and remember a

prophet is light to lead you to the kingdom remember Enoch was the seventh

from Adam the Spiritual Adam Christ who brought forth the eighth one who

continued longer than any of the ten and out of this forth the eighth one for a

continuation on into the Kingdom that they according to 2 Ezra 6: around the

25-26 verses he speaks of the men remember men spoken of in Rev. 14:1-4

taken form among men they make up the Most Holy Orical Room were

dwelleth the law and the Cherubims remember the vail of the Woman Mary

and Isaiah

 

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 7:14 and you might learn about them. When ever I write a letter to

you remember it is written with a heart of Love. I still remain your Brother in

the Lord.

 

 

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(Sample Outline)

(Source: Answerer #5, pp. 21-27, question 109

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #49, 50, 51

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #26, 34, 45)

Purpose of this Study:;

To show that religion is not made up of "musts" and

"don'ts" but rather means to be following the Lrod and

to be doing those things which He leads one to do; that

it is something living and growing and God's people

must grow with it. ( Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #49, p.9)

1.   What is Religion?

A. Commandments (righteousness) of God in human form

2 Cor. 3:3; Ex. 31:18

 

1.   Keep the commandments Ex.20:3-17

2.  Love thy neighbor Mark 12:31; Isaiah 5 8:7

B. Following wherever Christ leads

1.  Need guide Jer. 10:23

a.   Israel guided by God through a prophet

Hos. 12:13

b.  For perfecting of saints

Eph. 4:11-14

2.  Tested according to individual ailments

(Must give up "old man")

a.   Rich young ruler- riches

Luke 18:22

b.  Nicodemus-Pride

John 3:1-3

3.  Keep pace with Truth

(Trace church history through ages)

a.   Cain and Abel    d.  Moses

b.  Noah               e. Christianity

c.  Abraham           f.  Reformation

 

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C. Must experience Christianity to know what it is

 

Daniel 12:10

John 3:8,14-17

2.  How can one become religious?

A. Pray for the Spirit of Truth

John 16:13

B. Seek the Lord: forsake unrighteousness

Isaiah 5 5:6-9

 

C. Must be born again

     John 3:5-8

 

1.   Have experience of becoming disciple

(Publicly acknowledge Christ)

2.  Have experience of being filled with the

Holy Spirit

3.  Have Experience of proclaiming His Word

D. Must grow unto perfection (maturity) Eph. 4:13;5:27

I.   Food = butter and honey Isaiah 7:14,15,21,22

a.  Not physical food

Luke 7:34; Mark 2:16

b.  Spiritual food - the Word

John 4:322; Matt. 4:4

3.    What difference will it make in one's life?

A. Now:

I.  Protects us from day to day

a.   Daniel in the lions' den

b.  3 Hebrews in the fiery furnace

c.   Gideon

d.  Noah

 

2.  Supplies our needs

a.   Moses

b.  The exodus movement

 

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3.  Builds character

 

Teaches:

a.   Organization of.

1.   Person - efficiency in controlling,

Co-ordinating, and using:

aa.  Strength

bb. Energy

cc.  Means

dd. Time

        2.  family Gen. 18:19

 

       3.  business Rom. 12:11

aa.  live within means

bb. shun debt

cc.  save

dd. trust God

Matt. 6:27-34: 4t 190, 191

b.  to pray (Matt. 6:5-13)

c.   to preach (Matt. 10:5-7, 27)

d.  to practice the Truth (Matt. 5:19,20; 23:3,4;

Acts 20:35)

e.  to give and to forgive (Matt. 6:14,15; 18:211,22)

f.   to serve (Matt. 20:25-28)

g.  to fish (John 21.-3-6)

h.  to feed and clothe (Mark 6:35-41; Matt. 25:31 -45)

i.   to pay bills in business-like way. (Matt.  17:24-27)

     4.  Members of the Kingdom-church to be skilled artisans and

tradesmen:

a.  builders, etc. (Isaiah 61:4)

b.         agronomi sts (Isaiah 61:5,6)

 

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c.   economists, personel and traffic engineer, provisioners

(Isaiah 60: 5,11:61:6)

     5.  Members of the Kingdom-church to be

a.   priests, ministers (Isaiah 61:6)

b.  men wondered at (Zech. 3:8)

B. Hereafter:

Revelation 3:21; 22:14

4.  Summary

Testimonies to Ministers pp. 421, 422

 

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The Purpose of the Charts

 

1.  The Great Image - Daniel 2

Shows that God's Kingdom has Its beginning while the nations of the

earth today are still standing and that k brings this present world to an

end.

2.  The Flood - Type and Antitype

Shows Devine design in the destruction of the antideluvian world as a

warning to the present generation. "The dreaded flood is a type of the

dark millennium. As God's faithful people were saved then, so shall

they be saved now; but the sinner now shall perish ans the sinner

then."

3.  Old and New Testament Church History

Depicted by Hosea I and 2

Shows that the present call for reformation is a laymen's movement.

4.  The world's History in Prophetic Symbols

Shows the kind of world we are coming into.

5.  The Harvest Period and Close of Probation

Shows the events soon to transpire in the political world; the

destruction of sin and sinners (those who have not the seal).

6.  In the Heart of the Earth

Shows that Christ's statement that He was to be three days and three

nights in the heart of the earth had both symbolical and literal

meanings (stressing the fact that there are 2 sixth-hour events to be

reckoned with in connection with the trial and crucifixion of Jesus, and

therefore took longer than one day).

7.  The Church To and Back from the Wilderness

Shows the struggle within the seventh church and the change of the

leadership.

 

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8.  Holding the Four Winds

Shows how long and why the winds are held.

9.  The Temples - Type and Antitype

Shows the manner in which God speaks to His church during the time

of the harvest.

10. The Seven Churches

Laodicea is the focal point.

11. The Ceremonial Harvest and Its Significance

Bring out in the type the 1st and 2nd fruits of the spiritual harvest.

12. The Seven Seals

Brings out the Judgment- - cleansing, and reveals the signs of the

times.

13. The Harvest - Matt. 13

Shows the time when the wheat and tares are to be separated.

14. The Truth and the Host Under Foot - Daniel 8

To show the work of the great horn; that there have been 2 opposing

forces at work in this world since its beginning: that Truth will

triumph.

15. The Seven Trumpets

These "reveal as an object lesson to our generation the destruction of

those who, in their own generations, have rejected present Truth."

16. The Living Church

To show the true church from Eden lost to Eden restored - to bring out

the truth of her wings.

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17. The Church and the Dragon

To show the one true church of all ages, her trials and final triumph,

and the defeat of her enemy, Satan.

18. The Eleventh Hour Call

To bring out the truth of the 11th  hour call (Matt. 20): that there is an

addition to the Third Angel's Message and that the work will be

finished by the laymen.

 

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REQUIRED READING

Requiroments:

The following material is required reading but not necessarily material

for class or public recitation. The Instructor will conduct class

discussions on only those subjects which might require it.

 

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #29

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #5

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #30

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #31

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #32

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #33

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #34

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #35

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #36

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #9

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #46

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #37

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #38

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #39

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #40

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #41

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #42

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #43

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #44

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #45

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #48

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #1

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #2

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #25

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #26

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #28

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #22

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #23

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #11

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #16

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #9

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #18

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #19

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #20

Answerer #5 pp. 67-70, question 142

Answerer #5, pp. 70-73, question 143

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Answerer #5, pp. 73-75, question 144

Answerer #5. p. 75, question 145

Answerer #5, pp. 64,65, question 139

Answerer #4, pp. 78-81, question 105

Answerer #4. pp. 66-69, question 104

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #4, pp. 9,10

Answerer #5, pp. 39,40, question 120

Timely Greetings, Vol. I, #3, pp. 3-5

Answerer #5, pp. 52-55, question 132

Answerer #5, pp. 55, 56, question 133

Answerer #5, pp. 51-52, question 131

Answerer #5, p. 51, question 130

Answerer #2, p. 51, question 28

Answerer #4, pp. 7-10, question 79

Answerer #4, p. 19, question 83

Answerer #4, pp. 19, 20, question 84

Answerer #4, pp. 33, 34, question 92

Answerer #5, pp. 42, 43, question 123

Answerer #5, pp. 43, 44, question 124

Answerer #5, pp. 44, 45, question 125

Answerer #5, pp. 49, 50, question 128

Timely Greetings, Vol. 2, #37

Answerer #4, pp. 24-28, question 88

Answerer #3, pp. 71-74, question 69

Answerer #3, pp. 92-94, question 76

Answerer #2, p. 65, question 35

Answerer #2, pp. 53-57, question 30

Answerer #2, p. 52, question 29

Answerer #2, pp. 49-51, question 27

Answerer #3, pp. 9-14, question 50

"Thoughts on Daniel and the Revelation," by Uriah Smith

 

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Part 3

(For Senior Class)

Requirements:

Each student must be present for the lectures and group discussions on

the following.

1.  Bible Attainment Examination.

(Note: Entire Mt. Carmel personnel may wish to be present for

this)

2.  Procedure instructions and Additional Notebook requirements.

(The material in groups I and 2 must be filled in the students'

notebooks. Procedure instructions will be given on Group I.)

Group I: Baptism models

Funeral sermon models

Group 2: Medical letter

Bachand letter

Kern letter

Battering Rams letter

3.  Special helps on controversial passages. (See p. 24)

4. Outline of general instructions for workers in the field. (See p.25)

 

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CONTROVERSIAL PASSAGES

 

1.   Early Writings, p. 36

Four winds will held until Jesus' work is done in the sanctuary, and then

come the 7 last plagues.

 

2.  Early Writings, pp. 15, 16

During the 7th plague, or when the day and hour of Christ's coming is

announced. Sister White seems to state the living saints will number

144.000. (These people around here think that the nations will be killed during the

Loud Cry and the time of Trouble, leaving only the 144,000. These are the

nations converted to the truth by the 144,000, but slain to rise later at

Christ's coming.)

 

3.  Great Controversy, p. 649

Applies Revelation 7:13, 14 to the 144,000

 

4.  Great Controversy, p. 637

Places the resurrection of Daniel 12:2 in the 7'h plague.

 

5.  Early Writings, p. 36, 37

Places the time of Jacob's Trouble during the pouring out of the 7'h last

plague.

 

6.  Great Controversy, p. 613

Time of Trouble takes place after the close of probation.

(But see Early Writings, p. 85)

 

7.  Great Controversy, p. 656, Testimonies, Vol. 5, pp. 207, 208

Apply Ezekiel 9 to the "general destruction of the wicked."

Therefore Ezekiel 9 is after the close of probation.

 

8.         Arguments presented in

 

 "A reply to the Shepherd's Rod"

 

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  1. Administrative  Policies
    1. How workers paid
    2. Transportation

1.      Credit cards

2.      How to report expenses ( see financial reports)

3.      Office not liable for accidents incurred if driver traveled at excessive speed (more than lawfull)

    1. Form file

 

  1. Required Field Workersí Reports

 

Communications

    1. Letter to office (at least once a week)

1.      Itinerary

2.      Information regarding contacts made, response, seeming needs doctrinally and materially, and anything else the office ought to know.

3.      Confidential items should not be included in the body of office letters. Label envelope confidential.

 

Note:  File copies of workers correspondence with other than the Office may be send to the Office for filling in the worker so desires.

 

    1. Emergency Messages to Office:

1.      Be sure to furnish all information. For instance in case of the death of a Davidian, inform the Office in a Davidian worker is wanted to officiate; financial matters; any other necessary information.

2.      Do not wire or telephone if mail service will do.

 

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3.      Telephone in cases where you need an immediate reply and if office can give an answer at once. All telephone and telegraph messages are to be sent collect Ė office end.

4.      Special delivery air mail should reach the Office within 24 hours after being posted from most points in the United States and costs only 20cents  for Special Delivery mail must be plainly labeled as such and also notify Post Office on outside of envelope to call 2-7671 to notify Office to pick up the letter.

5.      Mail address Ė Notify Western union as soon as you settle in a town letting them know your address and your forwarding address when you leave.

 

Reports

 

a.       Mailing list:

You are expected to report once a week all changes to be made on the mailing list. They should be classified as follows: (Put each classification on a separate sheet and label each sheet.)

1.      Change of address

2.      New Names

3.      Take-offs

4.      Persons visited and results. (See sample on page 27)

 

Note: It is not necessary to copy the names. Just paste them on.

Get all new names possible. (Use City Directory to find address. City Directories may be found in libraries, Chamber of Commerce, drug stores.) Be sure names are Seventh Day Adventists.

Give complete names and address as far as possible.

 

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Name                Not an SDA  Read literature Belongs to Church of God

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name                1 study given   See report in letter

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name                2 studies given good reception

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name                2 studies given nothing accomplished

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name               Could not locate

Street

City
State____________________________________________________________________

Name               1 visit would not study

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name               Called but no one home

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name               3 studies given; received well. Expect these to take their stand soon

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name               Mrs. Martinís adherents 2 studies nothing accomplished

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name               She was supposed to slam door in our face but didnít. would not study.

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

Name               Visited but could not study she firmly refused. See change on this one

Street

City

State____________________________________________________________________

 

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    1. Financial Report:

Report expenses a month. (See sample on page 27.)

    1. Miscellaneous

1.      Report un-Adventist activities. (See Battering Ram letter.)

2.      Anyone meeting the need to discuss the subject of health reform should use The Entering Wedge tract and the Medical Letter Ė latest on the subject. No one in authorized to preach on health reform, for that is not the most important burden of our message.

 

 

 

3. Special Field Problems

        

              a. Sponging

        

              b. Manners

        

                   1. Clean up after yourself

                   2. Sleeping in late

                   3. Be helpful (Gospel Workers, p. 106)

                   4. Donít demand special care

                   5. Donít start revival and reformation in family.

                      Donít be demanding.

                   6. Gossiping

                   7. Safeguard confidential matters and important

                      papers.

                   8. Donít neglect your host but at the same time

                      put first things firstóDonít neglect your

                      works

        

         4. Question and Answer Discussion

        

              (Questions from the students)

        

         5. Meeting Opposition

        

              Follow Christís example. Be used a different procedure

              with the common people than H~ did with the Scribes sin

              Pharisees.

        

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            a.  With the common people He wee over gentle and pa-

                 tient; He never condemned them, but kindly painted

                 out the way of salvation.

        

             b.  It was another story with the Scribes and rulers;

                 they were not ignorant of the Saviourís work and

                 mission and their questions were for the most part

                 merely traps. With them Christ was plain and even

                 cutting at times. Rather than answering their ďtrapĒ

                 questions He first gave them a question to answer.

                 His ministers are to do likewise.

        

                 If you perceive that one is asking you a ďtrapĒ

                 question, before you answer his question, first give

                 him a question on some point that is irrefutable.

        

                 Donít be discourteous, but neither let them make you

                 appear foolish.

        

              In dealing with those who are opposed, and especially

              the ministers, hold them to one point; donít let them

              jump around. Familiarize yourself with a few pertinent

              references and if they canít see light in one or at the

              most two, donít waste your time with them.

        

          Examples:   Jer. 30:1ó3 (or one of many other definite

                               and specific references on the

                                      Kingdom)

        

                      Isa. 66:15ó21

        

                      Trumpets (Arabian horses 7)

        

                      Woman of Rev. 12 (Jewish church only 7)

         

                      Review and Herald, November 19, l908

        

                      Answerer #1, p. 63

        

                      Testimonies, Vol. 5, p. 211 (Purification)

        

  Following is a list of the Spirit of Prophecy books most quoted in present Truth literature.

 

        

              Testimonies, Vol. 3

        

              Testimonies, Vol. 5

        

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Early Writings

Testimonies to Ministers

Great Controversy

Counsels on Sabbath School Work

 

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