On April 6, 2015, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s main periodical—the Adventist Review—was quick to publish the fact that the church’s president, Ted Wilson, was called to meet with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. For Ted Wilson, this was like getting called into the principal’s office, as the Review explains the purpose of the visit in the first paragraph:
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed concerns about growing religious intolerance worldwide during a private meeting with Adventist Church leader Ted N.C. Wilson...
In essence, Ban Ki-moon was letting Ted Wilson know that his church must help to stop those people within it who are speaking against the pope, because it is considered “religious intolerance” according to the UN’s godless notion of Human Rights, which came out of the godless French Revolution. Of course, that means preaching the Three Angels’ Messages is no longer allowed, because the Three Angels’ Messages include the call to come out of Babylon, and any call to come out of Babylon requires an interpretation of the terms the Bible uses to describe the papacy and all of her formerly-Protestant cohorts:
And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. (Revelation 17:5)
A few people—but not nearly enough—are recognizing that something sinister is going on between the president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the powers of the New World Order. To understand the depth of it, a person first needs to recognize that this forbidden cooperation between church and state has been growing throughout Ted Wilson’s term in office. He has been signing memorandums with the UN since at least as early as July 2011, citing “shared goals” of contributing to the achievement of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) as rationale for it.
Ban Ki-moon kicked off the intensive phase of the campaign for achieving the MDGs on April 5, 2013—which was 1000 days till the end of 2015. The whole concept of the MDGs and the 1000 days for 1000 years is about the temporal millennium on earth, which is a clear contradiction to Seventh-day Adventist doctrine. While even the secular world is looking for the millennium of peace to begin in 2016, the Seventh-day Adventist Church is relegating Jesus’ second coming—and thus the start of the millennium—to merely “soon” instead of “imminent” by submitting that very change of its 28 Fundamental Beliefs to the upcoming GC Session’s vote!
Ban Ki-moon paid his first visit to Pope Francis just four days after kicking off his campaign, which was just weeks into the pope’s pontificate. The Secretary General clearly associated that meeting with the beginning of the 1000 days, saying, “I was especially privileged to meet Pope Francis as we mark 1000 days to the deadline to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).”
That in itself speaks volumes, saying that for him, this pope is important not only to begin the 1000 days, but to begin the millennium which the 1000 days point to. Of that visit, Ban Ki-moon said:
I was also very heartened by the commitment of Pope Francis to build bridges among the communities of faith. I strongly believe that inter-faith dialogue can point a way to a deeper appreciation of shared values which in turn can lead to tolerance inclusion and peace. This is the driving force of the UN’s ‘Alliance of civilizations’ initiative and I greatly appreciated the opportunity to speak with Pope Francis about furthering this work.
The “communities of faith” that Ban Ki-moon refers to are the five major world religions—Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, apostate Christianity, and Islam—five harlots, according to the Bible, which Ted Wilson has been frequenting for quite some time. The church might try to deny that there has been any impropriety here, but nothing escapes the piercing eyes of our Lord:
The woman answered and said, I have no husband. Jesus said unto her, Thou hast well said, I have no husband: For thou hast had five husbands; and he whom thou now hast is not thy husband: in that saidst thou truly. (John 4:17-18)
The woman saith unto him, Sir, I perceive that thou art a prophet. Our fathers worshipped in this mountain; and ye say, that in Jerusalem is the place where men ought to worship. (v. 19-20)
Jesus saith unto her, Woman, believe me, the hour cometh, when ye shall neither in this mountain, nor yet at Jerusalem, worship the Father...But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. (v. 21, 23)
Reader, do you want to put away your past involvement with sin, and worship God in spirit and in truth today? Come and drink of the pure water of life freely today, which Jesus has offered abundantly through the Orion message!
The “Alliance of civilizations” initiative that Ban Ki-moon talks about is the peace branch of the biblical warning about peace and safety before sudden destruction. (They say that tolerance brings peace, but it is not peace with God—it leads to peace with sin!) The “Development” initiatives (MDGs) are the safety (security) branch, because development is the mechanism by which the poor are supposedly lifted out of poverty to a position of economic security.
Ban Ki-moon was “very heartened” by the pope’s commitment, which he strongly believes in, and while pursuing their common goal, he is now asking Ted Wilson to work with the UN on these very issues. If Ban Ki-moon greatly appreciates the pope’s input in furthering the work, and Ted Wilson is “focused on certain things that the Adventist Church can help with,” that means Ted Wilson is also working for the pope! Do you see that? The SDA Church is effectively integrated into the New World Order. (Yes, the New World Order is actually here already.)
This sheds light on the driving force behind the changes to the 28 Fundamental Beliefs, which are to be voted in during the upcoming GC Session. The despicable changes for gender neutrality and non-proselytizing language are required by the UN to support its distorted concepts of equality, tolerance, and “religious freedom” (which they understand as freedom from unwanted evangelism).
At the corporate level, Ted Wilson and his crew are doing everything possible to conform to the New World Order so that they can keep their lucrative “business” in operation and their “storehouse” full. His only problem is that there are still some faithful Adventist voices preaching to the world that the papacy is the great whore of Revelation, and Ban Ki-moon is letting him know that this does not fit the UN’s concept of religious tolerance.
That’s why the UN Chief called Ted Wilson into his office. Basically, he asked for help to silence the only voices which expose the man of sin.
Sadly, many Adventists are so egotistical that they actually think meetings like this are witness opportunities. That is certainly Ted Wilson’s portrayal of it:
“Seventh-day Adventists should be ready to witness for the Lord anywhere we go and to testify of God’s blessing in our lives and what we can do in His name,” he said.
And that is also what Dwayne Leslie said regarding his brief exchange with President Obama the following day at the White House’s Easter prayer breakfast:
“This is a way to reach folks whom we are not typically reaching,” he said.
The fact is, those who are so infatuated with powerful figures are the ones who are being “reached” by the stronger influence. It is definitely the UN influencing Ted Wilson, not the other way around. He just turns it around to butter up Adventist egos so they will swallow the news without knowing what it means. Seriously—does Dwayne Leslie actually trust President Obama to defend his religious liberty!?
We are in the fourth commandment-month, which is a month-long prophetic time period during which the church and the world are especially being tested in regard to the fourth commandment. I have to wonder at how “faithfully” the church is standing up for the truth by going to court to defend their members’ right to fry donuts on the other six days of the week in complete disregard for our health message, and their right to service competitive sports events, except on Sabbath. Is this how the Adventist Review—or the church’s legal department—gives a good testimony as Sabbath-keepers today?
It is interesting that Ted Wilson’s UN visit took place on the day of the wave sheaf offering, according to God’s calendar. In other words, we are finally beginning to see the “firstfruits” of Ted Wilson’s “revival and reformation”—it is the fruit of cooperation with the New World Order!
The real surprise, however, is how Ted Wilson is reacting to Ban Ki-moon’s concerns about religious intolerance. Our understanding that the Orion Judgment Clock is the “clock in the courtroom” of Sylvia Allen’s remark earlier in this fourth commandment-month is proved correct by the fact that immediately after Wilson’s visit with Ban Ki-moon, we heard through the grape vine that Adventist pastors are being dispatched to tell people to stop sharing our website! (It’s funny that our visitor count increased tenfold right about then.) Either Ban Ki-moon communicated exactly whom he is concerned about, or else Ted Wilson already knew it beforehand. Either way, it shows that we are indeed being targeted as “violent extremists,” which is made exceptionally clear in an even more recent eyebrow-raising article in the Review about fundamentalism in the church. That article shows just how much pressure the church is feeling on this point, but I cannot give it a detailed analysis in this short news update.
Imagine, after working so hard to quiet the unruly voices in the church, partly to attain to the UN goals, one voice of protest from Paraguay has to spoil everything! It is clear that the church will do exactly what the Jews did in Jesus’ day. They plotted to silence Him, so they could keep the “peace” and “security” with the Romans.