At a time when our world is experiencing its greatest moral and political collapse, we would think that our people would recognize the importance of proclaiming the final message of mercy to our dying world. Instead of sowing the seeds of the gospel to save souls, many Seventh-day Adventists are embarking on a new path to plant trees to save the environment. Our people are collaborating with state governments in a campaign to bring our societies into “compliance” with the Paris Climate Agreement, which was signed at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21).
São João de Meriti is a suburb of Rio de Janeiro City in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Environment and Sustainability Department of São João de Meriti has been tasked with bringing its municipalities into “compliance” with the “Paris Climate Agreement.” As part of a government-led environmental program, the goal is to plant trees on 50 hectares (123 acres) of the city’s environmental preservation areas. This is equivalent to around 100,000 trees.
Earlier this year, the City Hall of São João de Meriti released a news story regarding one of its environmental initiatives. They claimed that their Environment and Sustainability department hosted a tree-planting session with Seventh-day Adventist children ages 6 to 16. The youth group belonged to the Pathfinders and Adventurers Club of the Araruama Park Adventist Church.
Seventh-day Adventist youth are being committed to the Paris Climate Agreement’s “green” and “eco-friendly” global governance directives. These policies are in line with the Great Reset. The World Economic Forum, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and the Pope’s Catholic Social Doctrine are all in agreement with them. We should all be concerned that some Adventist leaders are willing to go along with the green policies that will be implemented during the Great Reset. #sda #adventist #adventista
Click here to see the photos and to read the full story: http://adventmessenger.org/seventh-day-adventist-children-are-helping-to-bring-state-governments-into-compliance-with-the-paris-climate-agreement-cop21/