Truth-Filled Literature Containing the Three Angels’ Messages


LegnanoNews, a northern Italian media that serves Legano and Milan, published an article titled “Anonymous manifestos of religious fanaticism invade the Oltresempione in Legnano” on August 21, 2022. Images of the leaflets distributed and placed in mailboxes letters from many condominiums in Legano, Italy, were included in the story.

The literature included Bible verses demonstrating how the word of God requires the Sabbath to be observed on Saturday, the seventh day of the week. It also displayed scriptures from Revelation 13, 17, and 18 warning against Babylon, the beast, Rome, the mark of the beast, and the Sunday laws. He was also referring to the book The Great Controversy, written by Ellen G. White.

However, the local press interpreted this as an attack on the Roman Catholic Church and those who observe Sunday as the Lord’s Day. Those responsible for this work were described by LeganoNews as “extremist and fanatical Adventists, not Italians, from a Milanese (Milan) community or Reform Adventists”, and as having “no connection with the local community of the ‘Seventh-day Adventist Church’. .”

The LegnanoNews described the truth-filled literature that had been distributed as having “rather unusual content” that was “meaningless and delusional”. They reported that the “anonymous” flyers were “unsigned” and it was “unclear” who authored them, the only reference being Ellen G. White’s book “The Great Controversy “. Even though the LegnanoNews says that this material “leads precisely to the Seventh-day Adventist community”, it quickly disavowed that this kind of work came from the official Seventh-day Adventist Church because this “manifestation” was “too different” from the “relationship of mutual esteem and collaboration with the Catholic Church”.

We don’t know who those faithful Seventh-day Adventists in Italy were, who had the courage to share the true messages of the three angels in their communities, a truth that the ecumenical agents of Rome will never do. Pray for those faithful souls who are targeted as radicals, extremists and fanatics for standing up for God‘s truth. These faithful souls are only doing what our church is supposed to do. We stand in solidarity with them, not with those who, according to the secular press, are united with Rome. We stand with all Seventh-day Adventists who still believe that our message should be “preached throughout the world for a testimony to all nations; and then the end will come” (Matthew 24:14).

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