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  1. The Golden Bowl Revisited
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Shortly thereafter, Houteff had an informal meeting with some local and regional church administrators to share his views. The leaders dismissed his views as "fanciful" and did not take him seriously. In November , Houteff was disfellowshipped by the local Seventh-day Adventist congregation "for the protection of the church" just before he published his book.

The Golden Bowl Revisited

Houteff saw himself as a messenger of God and is regarded by his followers as a prophet. By the summer of , Victor Houteff compiled his ideas in a page manuscript entitled The Shepherd's Rod. Houteff listed twelve specific areas that he felt the church needed to address under the heading "Partial List of Abominations. Houteff personally handed thirty-three copies of his manuscript to church leaders at the General Conference held from May 29 to June 12, in San Francisco , California.

According to Houteff, each recipient promised to read the manuscript thoroughly and respond to him either in person or by letter. The official church explanation was that the recipients were preoccupied with the tasks of the Session and did not have sufficient time to review the manuscript.

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One of the recipients, F. Gilbert, a field secretary for the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and respected author of Adventist theology books, responded by letter approximately two weeks later. Gilbert also sent copies of his findings to church leaders in the Los Angeles area. Houteff, however, remained sure of his teachings. He completed his book by adding 83 pages and had 5, copies of The Shepherd's Rod printed in November , which he then distributed to various Adventist ministers, workers, and laymen.

Despite being disfellowshipped in , Houteff remained opposed to establishing a new movement. Those who accepted his conclusions and promoted his material were also disfellowshipped. Two additional booklets followed in comprising the beginning of a series of tracts that would be later referred to as Volume Three. Wilson publicly embraced Houteff's views and began promoting them, becoming the Shepherd's Rod Vice-President on organization in On January 18, a formal hearing was granted when the Tabernacle Seventh-day Adventist Church of Fullerton, California sent a request to regional administrators requesting an official hearing to examine Houteff's teachings.

The agreement stipulated that twelve ministers were to assemble as a panel to hear Houteff's views. Houteff was to present five studies to the panel in one week. After each study, the panel was to review his study, determine its veracity and reconvene the meeting. If an error was found in the study, the meeting was to be discontinued.

According to Houteff, he only learned of the details of the hearing on the previous Thursday. The twelve ministers were: A. Daniells , Field Secretary; Glenn A. Richards , Evangelist; C. Gilbert, Field Secretary of the General Conference. Unknown to Houteff, the highest ecclesiastical body of the church met that same day in Washington, D. In Los Angeles, the meeting began with prayer and a verbatim reading of the agreement that brought the panel together.

It was expressed by the Chairman, A. Daniells, that the meeting would be conducted "in strict harmony with the terms of the agreement set forth in the written request. Despite taking this step, [18] Houteff continued to advocate that adherents continue to maintain membership within the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The events of the first few years of the Davidian movement provide, to a degree, some insight into the reasons that the controversy continues in the Seventh-day Adventist Church today. Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders felt that Houteff was incorrigible and headstrong, listening to no voice but his own and persisted in teaching his ideas until the Church was forced to disfellowship him.

Davidians respond that Houteff's teachings were not officially declared heresy at the time he was disfellowshipped or for several years thereafter, and there were no other grounds upon which to do so. Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders also contend that the panel of twelve ministers heard Houteff's views even after he was disfellowshipped and found the views to be unsound. Davidians assert that Houteff's hearing was unfair because it reportedly violated the Fullerton Agreement and his teachings had already been judged.

Davidians point out that, in their view, the leadership were underhanded in convening a meeting in Washington, D. However, official Seventh-day Adventist Church history states that he was disfellowshipped and did not voluntarily forfeit his membership. Today, it continues to identify the Davidian movement as a "disloyal, divisive movement. On March 12, , the Shepherd's Rod was officially organized. Houteff argued that this was done because the Fullerton Agreement stipulated that the Seventh-day Adventist Conference Committee should have responded to his first study in approximately 24 hours and several weeks had passed with no communication from the Committee after abruptly adjourning the meeting.

On July 15, , the organization's first newsletter, The Symbolic Code , was published. In the August 15, issue, Houteff wrote,. Being deprived of all denominational advantages such as sanitariums, health food factories, printing presses, etc. This has been suggested by a sister and her husband who have had considerable experience in this line. Therefore we call the attention of all who are standing in the light to give consideration to such an enterprise.

Anyone having knowledge of such a location and the necessary information regarding it, please communicate it to this office. Our prayers for such an undertaking on behalf of God's people will be answered by whatever the results to this call might be. In , the organization took a more definite form naming nine persons to form an Executive Council, listing field secretaries and other officers and composing a constitution and by-laws under the name "The General Association of Shepherd's Rod Seventh-day Adventists.

In , the organization name was officially changed to "Davidian Seventh-day Adventists" [3] [31] and three organizational tracts were issued in early identifying additional components of the existing organization. It was also called The Davidian Seventh-day Adventist Association in one of its organizational tracts.

Soon after organizing in , Shepherd's Rod leaders began to desire a larger, more centrally located place to establish headquarters.

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In April , acres were purchased just outside Waco, Texas and the headquarters' office was relocated to that property in September Envisioning the work that they desired to be accomplished from there, the new home for their work was named " Mount Carmel Center " after the place where Elijah called the Israelites back to worshiping God. One of Houteff's primary complaints was that the mainstream Seventh-day Adventist Church's institutions were compromising their message and mission by seeking approval and accreditation of the applicable medical and educational boards.

This building is currently in the possession of Vanguard College Preparatory School. Through Houteff's evangelistic endeavors, several thousand Adventists accepted the doctrine of The Shepherd's Rod. It is believed that Benjamin Roden accepted these teachings in , [44] and together with his wife, Lois, tried to share the message with others within the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The height of Davidian strength and activity occurred in the early s. By the mids, its regular subscribers, students, and devotees may have numbered close to , worldwide.

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This was a door-to-door effort to reach Adventists with the Davidian publications. To help accomplish this, the Association began to sell Mount Carmel Center property [47] and purchased half a dozen new automobiles. It was believed that this would have led to witnessing the fulfillment of Houteff's predictions and going to "the Kingdom. All praises and glory be to God!


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May God bless for search for Truth as for hidden treasure and to stand strong come what may. All praises unto God for His bountiful blessings unto us in the name of our Lord and Savior. Thank you for your kind blessing. May God richly bless you as you search for Truth as for hidden treasure. So, if the chart has been tampered with, it would appear that the latest chart that has 7 pipes to go with the 7 lamps, according to the Bible, would be correct. So, if we were to study what the Word says and take it as the truth, then make the SR fit into the Bible, we would have the truth.

Possibly VTH missed it in his printing and it was caught later and fixed. We seem to worry so much about these minor details instead of taking what the Word says, that we are missing the message itself. Please, please, please prayerfully watch all three of the presentations on the golden bowl which prove how man has altered the original SRod chart artwork and the very serious implications for our soul salvation.


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It is not wise to jump to conclusions without making a thorough investigation of this subject as the soul you save may be your own. May God open your eyes to see what is going on. Pray for the Holy Spirit to guide, lead, and direct you unto all Truth and set aside all preconceived ideas and thoughts. Take a good look at the Chart picture posted from the Tract six, page 18 in part one. Magnify it and you will see the seven tubes entering the bowl. The missing tube can be found underneath the left pipe. The number 5 tube apparently curves around and enters from the opposite side.

Today, it continues to identify the Davidian movement as a "disloyal, divisive movement. On March 12, , the Shepherd's Rod was officially organized. Houteff argued that this was done because the Fullerton Agreement stipulated that the Seventh-day Adventist Conference Committee should have responded to his first study in approximately 24 hours and several weeks had passed with no communication from the Committee after abruptly adjourning the meeting; [13] the Seventh-day Adventist Church responded that he was informed at the close of the first study that the Committee would need time to study and compare notes.

On July 15, , the organization's first newsletter, The Symbolic Code , was published. In the August 15, issue, Houteff wrote,. Being deprived of all denominational advantages such as sanitariums, health food factories, printing presses, etc. This has been suggested by a sister and her husband who have had considerable experience in this line.

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Therefore we call the attention of all who are standing in the light to give consideration to such an enterprise. Anyone having knowledge of such a location and the necessary information regarding it, please communicate it to this office. Our prayers for such an undertaking on behalf of God's people will be answered by whatever the results to this call might be. In , the organization took a more definite form naming nine persons to form an Executive Council, listing field secretaries and other officers and composing a constitution and by-laws under the name "The General Association of Shepherd's Rod Seventh-day Adventists.

In , the organization name was officially changed to "Davidian Seventh-day Adventists" [3] [31] and three organizational tracts were issued in early identifying additional components of the existing organization; the organization became known as The General Association of Davidian Seventh-day Adventists. It was also called The Davidian Seventh-day Adventist Association in one of its organizational tracts.

Soon after organizing in , Shepherd's Rod leaders began to desire a larger, more centrally located place to establish headquarters. In April , acres were purchased just outside Waco, Texas and the headquarters' office was relocated to that property in September Envisioning the work that they desired to be accomplished from there, the new home for their work was named " Mount Carmel Center " after the place where Elijah called the Israelites back to worshiping God. One of Houteff's primary complaints was that the mainstream Seventh-day Adventist Church's institutions were compromising their message and mission by seeking approval and accreditation of the applicable medical and educational boards.

This building is currently in the possession of Vanguard College Preparatory School. Through Houteff's evangelistic endeavors, several thousand Adventists accepted the doctrine of The Shepherd's Rod , it is believed that Benjamin Roden accepted these teachings in , [44] and together with his wife, Lois, tried to share the message with others within the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

The height of Davidian strength and activity occurred in the early s. By the mids, its regular subscribers, students, and devotees may have numbered close to , worldwide.