While God is beyond human understanding, He has revealed Himself through Scripture and His Son, Jesus Christ.
Sacraments - Baptism is performed on believers at the age of accountability and calls for repentance and acceptance of Christ as Lord and Savior. Seventh-day Adventist beliefs consider communion an ordinance to be celebrated quarterly.
Adventists believe all departed souls are sleeping until that time of final judgment.
The event begins with foot washing when men and women go into separate rooms for that portion.
Afterward, they gather together in the sanctuary to share unleavened bread and unfermented grape juice, as a memorial to the Lord's Supper.
They believe that the later Christian custom of moving the Sabbath to Sunday, to celebrate the day of Christ's resurrection, is unbiblical.
Trinity - Adventists believe in one God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Worship Service - Services begin with Sabbath School, using the , a publication issued by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
The worship service consists of music, a Bible-based sermon, and prayer, much like an evangelical Protestant service.Death - Unlike most other Christian denominations, Adventists hold that the dead do not go directly to heaven or hell but enter a period of "soul sleep," in which they are unconscious until their resurrection and final judgment.Diet - As "temples of the Holy Spirit," Seventh-day Adventists are encouraged to eat the healthiest diet possible, and many members are vegetarians.The bible teaches that our first priority should be to seek God's kingdom and His righteousness, and He will provide for all our needs (Matthew ).When seeking a spouse, we should present our request to God through prayer and wait patiently for His response (Philippians 4:6).The condemned will be consumed by fire and annihilated.