From Tuesday, July 26, 2022, to Sunday, July 31, 2022, the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) hosted their 50th Annual Institute and Conference at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Chicago. This conference featured clinics, workshops, lectures, awards, dancing on Saturday night, and a Holy Communion Ecumenical Sunday morning worship service.
According to the official program schedule (page 5), you will see the Saturday night President’s Gala at the International Ballroom, which included “dinner and dancing.” Part of the “entertainment” was provided by DJ Swannque Da Funk Mummy. On the same page, you will see that the Sunday morning “Ecumenical Service” was led out by Pastor Dr. William J. Lee, Sr. from the First Seventh-day Adventist Church in Huntsville, AL.
This is an ecumenical Sunday morning worship service, as stated explicitly in the official program. Pastor Dr. William J. Lee, Sr. of the First Seventh-day Adventist Church of Huntsville, Alabama, delivered the sermon at this ecumenical worship service on Sunday morning that also included a “Holy Communion” service. Pastor Lee holds degrees from Andrews University and Oakwood University and serves as the pastor of the First Seventh-day Adventist Church in Huntsville.
Today, the ecumenical movement can participate in an unholy dance with DJ Swannque Da Funk Mummy on Saturday night and then call upon God the next day in a Holy Communion Ecumenical Sunday Morning Worship Service led by Seventh-day Adventist pastors educated at our top universities.
During the Sunday morning ecumenical worship service, there was a prayer service for the dead with special lighted candles. These Sunday-keepers believe that the souls of their deceased friends (nurses) are in heaven looking down on them.
What is so wrong with our pastors? Is the Seventh-day Adventist truth no longer sufficient to satisfy their souls? Do we need Sunday morning worship and Sunday morning Holy Communion as well? Thanks to Rome’s ecumenical movement, Seventh-day Adventist pastors can preside over interfaith sun worship services. Theology doesn’t have any more meaning. Truth means whatever you want it to mean. We can worship God on Saturday or Sunday. We can put aside our theological differences and worship God together.
Only those who have become drunk will continue sweeping our doctrinal differences under the rug for the sake of ecumenical unity. Only those who have been sipping the wine of Babylon will ignore Rome’s heresies, because that is exactly what the wine of Babylon does. It causes us to disregard her errors. #sda #adventist #adventista
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