Sunday Law News Report – Flee the Cities

Sunday Law News Report – Flee the Cities – Inside this edition of the Sunday Law News Report, we’ll see why we should leave the cities and flee to the country. When is it time to leave the cities? This question is on the lips of many of God’s people, and it is an important one to consider and pray about.

Is it time to leave for the countryside now? Or can we just wait and see what happens?
The Spirit of Prophecy counsels us:

“As God’s commandment keeping people, we must leave the cities. As did Enoch, we must work in the cities but not dwell in them.” Evangelism, pp. 78, 79. (1899) {CL 30.4}

Should we just wait until the Sunday law is enforced in America to leave the cities? No, we are told by inspiration that the cities should be reached from OUTSIDE them, not by God’s people living IN them.

The followers of Christ inside Jerusalem looked for a sign to leave the city, but they could not leave due to the Roman army siege. Then one day, for no apparent reason, the Roman armies retreated, giving the Christians an opportunity to leave, which they did. But this withdrawal gave the Jews a false sense of security and an atmosphere of “peace and safety.”

Sadly, the Jews suffered from a false sense of security. Today, we’re doing exactly the same thing. We look around us and see apparent safety and prosperity, and figure everything is going to be alright.

“The time is not far distant, when, like the early disciples, we shall be forced to seek a refuge in desolate and solitary places. As the siege of Jerusalem by the Roman armies was the signal for flight to the Judean Christians, so the assumption of power on the
part of our nation in the decree enforcing the papal sabbath will be a warning to us. It will then be time to leave the large cities, preparatory to leaving the smaller ones for retired homes in secluded places among the mountains.” 5T 464-465


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