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Deeper Dive Episode 19: "Remember: The Beast Is A Beast!"

by Dawn Williams, Joseph Salajan, Joseph Walden | September 11, 2019

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Deeper Dive Theme: JWald, Dawn & Pastor Joe discuss deceptions that might impact our freedom. We also discuss how social media can be used to help those in the Bahamas

Episode Title: Apocalypse Episode 19: "Remember: The Beast Is A Beast!"

Host: J Wald & Dawn Williams

Guest: Pastor Joseph Salajan

Key text: https://www.bible.com/bible/59/ACT.2.42.esv

Notes: https://www.bible.com/events/679526

Sermon Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/plantationsda/apocalypse-episode-19-remember-the-beast-is-a-beast

Sermon Video: https://youtu.be/Vq1OpeffTaw

Date: September 11, 2019

Dawn and Joe's Deeper Dive Questions to Pastor Joe:

Where have you been the past few months? What was your role in the Philippines evangelistic campaign? Why the title "Remember: The Beast Is A Beast!? What is waterhog syndrome and why did you use this as an illustration? How can Christians persecute other Christians? What happened during the inquisition? What is the false trinity described in Revelation 12 & 13? Why did the Pastor first make Joe a beast and then a lamb in his sermon illustration? Is it risky asking people on the platform to illustrate a sermon point? How do platform illustrations help reinforce your sermon theme? Why does the devil try to distort the picture of God? How will the dragon (Satan) use economics to force people to worship? How do you detect spiritual lies? How does the devil use small lies? Are there parallels between spiritual lies and the salesman pitch? Is there technology today that can influence what we buy? Will we get to the point where technology can alter our brains? Why will the sermon on the mark of the beast sermon be even more challenging then the lamb-like beast? Why is the Holy Spirit needed each sermon? Do we need to be afraid of prophetic symbols? How do we avoid conspiracy theories? How do we present the message of revelation tactfully? Why did you end the sermon with the verse on following he lamb? Why is there a pervasive sense of insecurity in the world today? Is social media always dangerous? How can social media be used to help those devastated in the Bahamas? How is Plantation helping those affected by Dorian in the Bahamas?

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  • Dawn Williams

    I am inspired to teach and create events geared towards showing the children Jesus. It is a privilege to work with such dedicated teachers and parents who not only encourage but creatively minister to the children.

  • Joseph Salajan

    Pastor Joe was born in the little town of Crasna (Romania). Ever since he was a child, he has been fascinated by the unique connection between pastors and their special book, the Bible. When at the age of 7 he received his first little Bible from a brave pastor who was able to procure it for him in spite of the interdictions of the communist regime, he felt special and decided one day he would become a pastor.

    After serving as a Pastor for 8 years in Romania, in 2013 he immigrated to the USA. He currently serves as Lead Pastor of Plantation Seventh-day Adventist Church. Along with his wonderful wife Anda and their gorgeous daughter Alessandra, he enjoys proclaiming God’s grace and ministering to his fellows.

    By God's grace, in February 2020 he completed my doctoral program obtaining a Doctor of Ministry degree in Preaching/Homiletics from Andrews University. His hobbies are languages, music, and poetry.

  • Joseph Walden