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“New York’s Witch Hunt Against Trump,” is the title of a new StandingWatch program, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Here is a summary:
New York Attorney General Letitia James, a black woman and a Democrat, filed a civil lawsuit against Donald Trump, his children, and the Trump Organization, claiming that Trump defrauded banks by inflating the value of his assets in his financial statements. Judge Arthur Engoron, a Democrat, decided by summary judgment, without a trial or a jury, that fraud was committed. His evaluation of Trump’s property has been strongly criticized as being blatantly false, showing, allegedly, his bias against Trump. The current trial only deals with the “penalty phase.” As this program shows, both the law which is being used to decide against Trump as well as the entire legal procedure are seriously flawed. Is it true, then, that the legal system in New York can be compared with a banana republic, as some claim? “New Yorks Hexenjagd gegen Trump,” is the title of a new AufPostenStehen program, presented by Norbert Link. This program in German covers the same topic as described above.
A Tech Team meeting (November 5, 2023) was conducted via Google Meets. Hosted by Eric Rank, major emphasis was placed on our Google Ads campaign featuring our booklets. Additionally, plans for our 2024 Church Conference and FOT location were discussed.
“Mitleid, Barmherzigkeit und Vergebung,” this Sabbath’s new German sermon presented by Norbert Link, is now posted. Title in English: “Compassion, Mercy and Forgiveness.”
“Im Hause des Herrn sein,” last Sabbath’s split German sermon presented by Mike Richter, is now posted. Title in English: “To be in the House of the Lord.”
“Ears to Hear,” last Sabbath’s sermonette presented by Michael Link, is now posted. Here is a summary:
How are we to use our ears properly when it comes to what Christ refers to when He says that we need to make sure we use our ears to hear?
“Compassion, Mercy and Forgiveness,” last Sabbath’s sermon presented by Norbert Link, is now posted. Here is a summary:
What is the close connection between compassion, mercy and forgiveness? How does a righteous person manifest these characteristics in his life? On the other hand, in what way does an unrighteous person show that he does not have mercy, compassion and the will to forgive? Why must we, as God’s people, be truly merciful, moved with compassion, and ready to forgive?