compiled by Dave Harris
“The Bible Prophesies: The Third Temple Will Be Built!” is the title of a new StandingWatch program, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. You will also find this program on Rumble, at https://rumble.com/v25519p-the-bible-prophesies-the-third-temple-will-be-built.html.
Here is a summary:
The Bible is very clear that just prior to Christ’s return, a third Temple will be built on the Temple Mount, and that animal sacrifices will be given there. In the light of that understanding, notice citations from many recent articles in the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and several Israeli papers, as well as quotations from the Bible, which shed light on that fact.
A Tech Team Meeting was conducted on Sunday, January 9, 2023, via Google Meets. Hosted by Eric Rank, the main focus was dealing with limitations imposed by YouTube for the posting of our programs—including our Live Services. Our appeal regarding the censorship of one of our programs was rejected, and we were prevented by YouTube to file another appeal, but the blocking from YouTube was only temporary. We will continue to use YouTube, without having our message compromised, and as a consequence, we have added Rumble as an alternative. In addition, we discussed our current ad campaign for free booklets, which has necessitated reprinting another two-thousand copies of “The Fall and Rise of the Jewish People.”
“Ein Fleisch,” a split sermon presented last Sabbath in Germany by Daniel Blasinger, is now posted. Title in English: “One Flesh.”
“Special,” the sermonette presented last Sabbath by Eric Rank, is now posted. Here is a summary:
When we are considered to be special by others, especially by those we hold in high esteem, it feels great. We feel loved and valued. Do we realize that God Himself considers us to be special to Him? What can we do to honor that privilege and develop our relationship with Him?
“They Who Overcome the World,” the sermon presented last Sabbath by Dave Harris, is now posted. Here is a summary:
Jesus made a profound statement to His disciples when He said, “I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). What did He mean, and how does that apply to Christians, today? Is it actually possible for us to also overcome the world?