The “Synagogue of Satan” Identified—and Marked!
The book of Revelation twice describes a group called “the Synagogue of Satan”: “...I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan” (2:9) and “I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before your feet, and to know that I have loved you” (3:9).
What is the Synagogue of Satan? Who are they? Do its members meet as a group? Is it a particular organization? Was it the WCG apostates? Is it false Christianity? Or something else? Can we know—conclusively? How do its members “blaspheme”? What does it mean “say they are Jews”?—and how do they “lie”? These imposters are shown to persecute Philadelphia at the end. How do they do this? And how do their actions relate to you?
God intended His servants at the end of the age be able to answer these and all related questions (Rev. 1:1)!
Mr. Herbert Armstrong wrote and spoke little or nothing directly about this “synagogue,” although he left certain unmistakable clues that speak volumes in finally identifying them. The sermon includes these clues—and how they help connect the dots. As with everything else in the Bible, the term “synagogue of Satan” has been misunderstood and misrepresented in the world, and even been hijacked by anti-Semites and other racist groups to serve their own Satanic agendas.
Titled “The ‘Synagogue of Satan’ Identified—and Marked!”, Mr. David Pack’s sermon shows how the Bible—God!—interprets exactly who are these people—and explains the grave implications for those held under their destructive influence! The sermon at a point includes a public “marking” (Rom. 16:17) of certain men—there could be many more—and why this has become necessary. The delivery is meticulous, and removes ALL DOUBT in one of the most compelling messages you will ever hear.
Mr. Pack states, “I cannot think of a more important sermon for God’s people at the end of the age. Every member in LCG, UCG, COGwa, PCG and COGaic—but also those in every splinter and sliver!—should hear it, and probably more than once. The listener will almost certainly want to do this.”