The first draft of our new booklet, titled, “GOD’S LAW OR GOD’S GRACE?” has been sent for initial review. We anticipate having this published before the Fall Holy Days.
“No Exit from Brexit” is the title of this week’s StandingWatch program, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Here is a summary:
Many are speculating whether Great Britain might reverse the decision of the majority of the people to leave the EU, but political reality and the Bible rule out this possibility. In addition, due to the Brexit, remarkable developments are occurring in continental Europe, paving the way for the further fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
“Kein Zurück vom Brexit”, this week’s AufPostenStehen program, covers the same topic as above in German.
“Brexit Won – Now What?” is the title of last week’s StandingWatch program, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Here is a summary:
The British people have voted for Great Britain’s exit from the EU. How exactly is this going to occur; how much time will expire; and could it be that Britain will form a Nordic Trading Bloc with certain other European nations, such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and others? What does the Bible say, and why is the Brexit of fundamental prophetic significance?
“Brexit Hat Gewonnnen – Was Jetzt?”, last week’s AufPostenStehen program covers the same topic as above in German.
“Gottes Reichtum und menschliche Geldgier,” is the title of this week’s German sermon. This is the second part of our new series on money. Title in English: “God’s Riches and Man’s Love of Money.”
“The Power of Prophecy,” the sermonette presented last Sabbath by Dave Harris, is now posted. Here is a summary:
What is about to happen to the people of the world and even to planet earth has been foretold by God, and the Church of God has been given a prophetic role to fulfill.
“Imperfection and Improvement,” the sermon presented last Sabbath by Eric Rank, is now posted. Here is a summary:
The life of a Christian inherently involves handling imperfection. Whether the origin is our own behavior or the circumstances that surround us, we must develop the skills to handle imperfection gracefully. It is part of the job description of all Christians to continually improve as a way of life, so that perfection can ultimately be obtained.