To enlighten minds to the transforming power of God as reflected “in the face of Jesus Christ” (2 Cor. 4:6), and thus prepare a people to “lighten the earth with His glory.” (Rev. 18:1) To see more of what we teach, go here.


We believe it is from the Bible that comes our basis for our beliefs, and that it is profitable “for doctrine, for correction, for reproof, for instruction in righteousness.” (2 Tim. 3:16) We believe that the gift of inspiration is given even to this day to be manifested in the church, but it must be made subject upon the teachings of the law and the prophets which came before them. We believe in denying self, taking up the cross, and revealing Jesus in a world that is in darkness, and as such, enlighten people to the teachings of the Bible by using the Bible extensively, teaching others how to use Scripture alone as the basis for their belief, that they may know how to, from the Bible only, “give an answer to everyone that asks a reason for the hope that is in them.” (1 Peter 3:15)


Christian Israel is the Director/Speaker of the Loud Cry of the Third Angel. When he was 19, God called him from a life of disobedience and rebellion through dreams which led him to a study of the Bible which alone had answers for those dreams. He has been inspired with the Bible as the sole rule of faith, to give true wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to those who carefully study it’s pages, and the need for people to understand it’s truth and significance as time for this world is closing quickly. Travelling across North America presenting the Bible to churches, fellowships, and people, he is a medical missionary and a teacher of the Bible, specializing in the gospel as revealed in Jesus Christ as well as prophecy.



  1. The coming of the “other angel,” to strengthen the third angel’s message, became necessary because this message was rapidly losing its power in the hands of the people to whom it had been first entrusted.

  2. Dear Br Christian,

    I am enjoying your presentation entitled “In the beginning the counsel of peace” but I am unable to verify the two “shall be” of Zech 6:13 in Strong’s to be what you indicate. The versions of Strong’s I have researched give the Hebrew words for the nouns and not the expression “Shall be”. Can you please help!

    God bless,


    • Hi brother Glenn. Good to hear from you, and please forgive me for the late response. The word for “shall be” in the Hebrew is Hawyah. The Strong’s says as follows:

      A primitive root (compare H1933); TO EXIST, that IS, BE or become, come to pass (always emphatic, and not a mere copula or auxiliary): – beacon, X altogether, be (-come, accomplished, committed, like), break, cause, come (to pass), continue, do, faint, fall, + follow, happen, X have, last, pertain, quit (one-) self, require, X use.

      So when it says in Zechariah 6:13, that the counsel of peace “shall be” between them both, it means it EXISTS, or IS, between them both. That’s the thought that carries our minds wonderfully back to the covenant made between our heavenly Father and His beloved Son for the sake of maintaining order and peace, and to restore that peace if the case should be that mankind would choose, by sin, to destroy that order and forfeit that peace. What a wonderful God is revealed in the passages of Scripture!

      Grace and peace be multiplied to you in the blessings in Christ Jesus,

  3. Are you guys SDA or something else? It doesn’t matter to me, I see that you’re teaching present truth and I haven’t come across this kind of group since studying it about a year ago.


    • Sorry for the late reply Rachael. We are seeking to walk in all the light that we can receive from the Bible, and it’s definitely been a blessing! Receiving the blessings of a God who loves us. As a ministry, we’re preparing for the Advent of Christ and helping others to prepare also. We also observe the seventh-day Sabbath, and other times of worship God has commanded in the Scriptures as a time where God’s presence embraces us more fully as we walk in His ways.

    • While I am not intolerant of Davidian understandings or different understandings in Adventism in general (I believe it is important to allow God’s Spirit to convict, guide, direct us, and unite us), as I believe tolerance of differences was continually the example of Christ amongst the Israelites. “How readest thou?” was ever on His lips. I personally do not hold that Victor Houteff was an inspired prophet. I wholly believe his sincerity, and even that he had light as men have light in various ministries, yet not necessarily all of his conclusions have I found to be entirely perfect; but I say that we should “prove all things, and hold fast to what is good”, and not cast them aside. More than this, I cannot endorse the conclusions of many Davidian Adventists, for example, for pray to the “heavenly family”. Yet I’ve had some of my best times of fellowship when opening the Word of God with some Davidians who had come into much light. It is still a joy to speak with them to this day, and I count them as brethren.

  4. Hi Christian Israel, may God bless you!
    I am an avid reader and follower of sola scriptura and this led me to become Seventh Day Adventist. I saw some of your videos on youtube and was astonished at the similarities of our doctines. The videos brought me to this site, I thought there is more I should know, I wondered if you guys also esteem Ellen G. White as a true prophet? It’s no issue if you don’t, I’m just surprised at how parellel we are and that you even have health reform messages. It strengthens my convictions that it if you are a true follower of scripture ALONE, the road will always lead you to the one chosen church (Laodecia) that will finish God’s work these last days.


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