Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Seventh-Day Adventist Church is listed in the Churches Seventh Day Adventist category in Vallejo, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Seventh-Day Adventist Church which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Seventh-Day Adventist Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Seventh-Day Adventist Church is:
833 Louisiana St
Vallejo, CA 94590
(707) 644-3015

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Seventh-Day Adventist Church has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Seventh-Day Adventist Church has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Vallejo, California is 37 and in the Churches Seventh Day Adventist category is 44. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Sabbath School Lesson - Monday, January 15, 2018 Son of God/Son of Man As Christians, we believe that Jesus was fully God and fully human. This union of the Divine and humanity makes His perspective unique as to what is important on earth and important for eternity. That we can’t understand how He could have a divine/human nature doesn’t nullify this truth any more than someone’s lack of understanding about aerodynamics could cause an airplane not to fly. “Here are two mysteries for the price of one—the plurality of persons within the unity of God, and the union of Godhead and manhood in the person of Jesus. . . . Nothing in fiction is so fantastic as is this truth of the Incarnation.”—J. I. Packer, Knowing God (Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 1973), p. 53. One reason Jesus came to this world was to show us just how loving and caring God is and how much He cares for each of us. Far from being some cold and distant deity, as some believed, Jesus revealed our heavenly Father’s true character. Satan, however, has tried to separate humans from God. He has tried to depersonalize Him, characterizing Him as someone who doesn’t care about us. He does all that he can, through whatever means possible, to keep us away from knowing and experiencing the reality of God’s goodness and grace. An inordinate love of material things works well as one of Satan’s ploys to achieve this end. Read Matthew 19:16–22. What does this story tell about how Satan can use our love of material things to keep us distant from the Lord? Imagine Jesus Himself, God in the flesh, speaking to this young man who obviously knew Jesus was somebody special. And yet, what happened? He allowed his great wealth, his love of material things, to separate him from the very person of God Himself. The love of the world and of material things blinded him so that even though he was sad, that sadness wasn’t enough to make him do the right thing. He wasn’t sad because he was losing his possessions (he wasn’t). He was sad because he was losing his soul over those things. Whether we are rich or poor, how can we make sure we keep the right relationship to the things of this world?

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Sabbath School Lesson - Sunday, January 14, 2018 Christ, the Creator Read Genesis 1:1; Psalm 33:6–9; Isaiah 45:11, 12; Jeremiah 51:15; and John 1:3. What do these texts tell us about the goodness of the material world? “It was Christ that spread the heavens, and laid the foundations of the earth. It was His hand that hung the worlds in space, and fashioned the flowers of the field. ‘His strength setteth fast the mountains.’ ‘The sea is His, and He made it.’ Ps. 65:6; 95:5. It was He that filled the earth with beauty, and the air with song. And upon all things in earth, and air, and sky, He wrote the message of the Father’s love.”—Ellen G. White, The Desire of Ages, p. 20. Material things, in and of themselves, are not evil. Unlike some religions, which teach that the material world and matter itself are bad or evil and that only spiritual things are good, the Bible values the material world. After all, Jesus Himself created it. How, then, could it be evil? It can, unfortunately, as with all of God’s gifts, be perverted and used for evil, but that does not make the original gift evil. The Bible warns against abuse and perversion of the things that God has created in this world, but not against the things themselves. On the contrary, God created the material world, and He wanted His people to enjoy the fruit and benefits of this world, as well: “And thou shalt rejoice in every good thing which the Lord thy God hath given unto thee, and unto thine house, thou, and the Levite, and the stranger that is among you” ( Deut. 26:11; see also Deut. 14:26). Jesus is the Creator ( John 1:1–3), and the earth is a mere sample of what He has made. His creative ability gives Him a unique perspective on life itself and those who live on the earth. He knows the value of material things, and He knows that He gave them to us for our benefit, and even for our enjoyment. He knows, too, what happens when humanity perverts those gifts, or even makes the gifts an end in themselves, when, as with all things, they were meant to be used to glorify God. Look around at the incredible bounties of the created world. Even after the ravages of sin, we still can see the inherent goodness in so much of it. What does the created world, in its goodness, tell us about the goodness of its Maker?

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