Robb Harris | September 15, 2018
We are given a myriad of names that Christ was called throughout the New and Old Testaments. His many names are not just given to Him as praise but because he fulfilled the meaning of what He was called. We are told God will give each of us a new name. What are we doing today to earn that title?
Dave Harris | September 10, 2018
While it might seem that the Bible doesn’t say a lot about this Feast, let’s remember a key word that is given—that is that this day is a MEMORIAL This is about more than the past—this Feast of Trumpets is also to remind us of future events!
Eric Rank | September 10, 2018
The story of Gideon gives us an inspiring example of the power of faith. As it was able to strengthen him and a small army to drive away enemies without lifting a weapon, faith provides us with the means to conquer our trials, great and small.
Michael Link | September 10, 2018
Are we thankful for the blessings that God has given us or do we take them for granted? What about the trials that we go through? Is that something we should be thankful for? Are we thankful for the knowledge that God has granted us to understand the Bible and how we are to prepare ourselves for soon coming disaster?
Norbert Link | September 10, 2018
The Feast of Trumpets is known under several Hebrew names and includes the blowing of seven trumpets by God’s angels. The seventh trumpet announces unique events which have never happened before in the history of man. This sermon concentrates mainly on the freedom from slavery of the modern descendants of the ancient houses of Israel and Judah. We will show WHY such a future captivity of war will occur and who will bring it about. We will also address God’s protection for His people during the coming times of trouble.
Norbert Link | September 8, 2018
Jesus Christ listed many terrible events which will occur prior to His return, and added that “this generation” would not pass away until all these things take place. What is meant with “this generation”? Did Christ refer to mankind in general; the survival of the people of Israel; the generation at the time of Christ; or the end-time generation? This sermon will cite many biblical passages, which are being used in support of the above-stated concepts in light of the Greek word for “generation.” But which explanation is correct?
Dave Harris | August 25, 2018
The Holy Spirit is invisible to humans, but its actions and effects are plainly revealed. Having a relationship with the Father and with Jesus Christ is only possible when we have received the Holy Spirit—do you understand?
Frank Bruno | August 25, 2018
Often when one faces a trial such as losing a job, the feeling of hopelessness can be overwhelming. Our bibles can offer a pathway forward through the word of God. David was a man of great faith yet he was still quite human and knew he needed to rely on God to deliver him from the many dangers and plots facing him in his day. Today we too face trials and challenges and the sooner we learn to turn to God, the more secure we will be. This life offers no promises, yet through our trials we can come closer to God—our Creator and our Father.
Norbert Link | August 18, 2018
In this new feature, we are commenting on our age of selfishness; the worst-case chaotic scenario of a “no deal Brexit”; the biblical prophecy of a third temple prior to Christ’s return and the ignorance of those who reject this truth; the reasons for Turkey’s fight with the USA; the future of Romania; military parades and the Millennium; Florida’s red tide; and the autocratic rule of the “dictator pope.” We also address the biblical reasons for ordinations.
Michael Link | August 18, 2018
The times we are living in now are very interesting in light of biblical prophecy. What is happening around the world, especially in this nation, should not be ignored, but rather should be a warning to us so that we do not fall into deception.
Kalon Mitchell | August 11, 2018
We all come before God in prayer. But do we ever take the time to think about what that really means? Are we cognizant when we are praying that we are actually coming before God’s throne? How should this affect us and our thinking? How important do we consider the time that we spend with God? What do we expect the outcomes to be?
Norbert Link | August 11, 2018
Will the two witnesses help in preparing the spiritual temple for Christ’s return? What connection exists between the two witnesses and God’s angels? Why are the two witnesses clothed in sackcloth? Does the Bible tell us where they will operate prior to their death; where they will be killed; and how long they will be dead? Will they work alone, or may others support them? If so, who might those supporters be?
Robb Harris | August 4, 2018
Solomon once stated “To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven.” He spoke of the dichotomy of life in very physical terms. This same undulating change is ever present in our spiritual lives, as well—because it is necessary for our spiritual growth.
Dave Harris | July 28, 2018
If you have studied the New Testament, you know that things seemed to unravel in Christianity as the decades passed. Deception overwhelmed many. We face the same battle—just as Jesus warned! Knowing that even greater deception lies ahead, what are Christians supposed to do?
Robb Harris | July 28, 2018
It is easy to slide into worldly standards when it comes to the truth. It’s even easier to create your own truth and try to live by it. This is because Satan rules this world today. His influence has turned God’s Truth into a lie and many follow after his deception. We must be found always in the truth if we hope to please God.