Frank Bruno | November 17, 2018
Robb Harris | November 17, 2018
The epistles written to Timothy and Titus at the end of Paul’s life serve as a hands-on instruction in Christianity. These three books, often referred to as the “Pastoral Epistles”, expressed the love and care Paul had for the church, even as his life waned. Their practical approach can serve us today as we each walk that narrow path towards salvation.
Eric Rank | November 10, 2018
The trouble with being human is that we are naturally affected by a barrage of information that so easily distracts us from making good, godly judgment in life. What can we do to filter out the noise, and tune into the signal of the Truth of God?
Robb Harris | November 3, 2018
The Church is susceptible to outrage just as the world is. A key to fight this attitude has been given to us through God’s spirit and the understanding of who our adversary is. Without God’s Spirit guiding us we are blind and easily drawn away from our goal of redemption.
Michael Link | October 27, 2018
How are we supposed to prepare at all times? How are we to live our days and how important is prayer? What should we pray for? Are we ready if Christ were to come back tomorrow? Are we worthy enough? Is God our first priority and can we trust Him to take care of ANY situation that we are faced with? Do we truly understand how important God is in our lives and if we shut Him out, what would the consequences be?
Norbert Link | October 27, 2018
Satan rules mankind, but most don’t know about it. And very few understand that Satan’s great wrath and his desire to destroy are directed foremost against God’s people–the true followers of Jesus Christ. We must be aware of the temptations, deceptions and wiles of the devil and of his human instruments, so that we can withstand, conquer and defeat them with God’s help.
Kalon Mitchell | October 20, 2018
We are each called, specially and uniquely. We each are given amazing opportunities in this life. We are each forgiven of our sins, upon repentance and it is an incredible thing that we each should dwell upon. Where would we be without God’s mercy, His loving kindness, His great foresight and His master plan? Really the question ends up, what HASN’T God done for me?
Norbert Link | October 20, 2018
The Bible commands us to fast on occasion. But why? And how can we make sure that God accepts our fasting and that He does not reject it as useless? How can we distinguish between correct and wrong fasting? And what could be the result of proper fasting in our lives and the lives of others?
Norbert Link | October 13, 2018
In this feature, we are commenting on the resurfacing of the frightening Nazi philosophy in our time; the coming worldwide economic crash; the explosive situation in the Middle East in light of Saudi Arabia’s atrocities; the devastation caused by hurricane Michael; America’s last President; the accelerating differences between the USA and the EU; Angela Merkel’s sinking ship; Germany’s highly controversial and dangerous far-right pro-military AfD party; the imposition of the mark of the beast on Christian values and conduct in Germany; abortions; the ongoing sex scandal within the Catholic Church; and the false teaching of the “prosperity gospel.”
Norbert Link | October 13, 2018
The Bible teaches the existence of a human spirit, a spirit in animals, created spirit beings such as angels and those who became demons, and the Holy Spirit of God. Most do not understand much about this. This sermon will explain the differences and point out Scriptures which are rendered ambiguously in some translations.
Robb Harris | October 1, 2018
What is God’s perspective of time versus ours? We know that God is eternal and not subject to time like the created universe is. The world is passing away and all that is lasting will be comprised of spirit. Are we planning for a future in which we will also exist in eternity?
Brian Gale (United Kingdom) | October 1, 2018
We can easily be sidetracked if we are not fully focussed on what we are trying to achieve. Satan can use others – and our own lack of faith – to steer us off course which is his aim in life. He can’t be in the Kingdom of God and he wants to divert as many as he possibly can from achieving that goal and we can fall into his trap if we are not close to, and remain close to God. Will you be here next year? The answer is a resounding yes if you want to, and by staying close to God and His church, you will succeed. If any today don’t follow through and keep the way of life to which we have been called, they can be in grave danger and may not be here next year. Please be careful, stay close to God always and endure to the end as we are admonished to do, and you will be here at the Feast next year.
Kalon Mitchell | October 1, 2018
As we get closer to the return of Christ, Satan is more and more angry, especially with God’s people. He will try and get us to give up in many areas of our lives. How can we make sure that we are not swayed by this? There is much training that we need to do on a consistent basis to make sure that we don’t give up.
Eric Rank | October 1, 2018
God’s plan has involved the action of creation from the very beginning, and will continue into the future. During the present time, He expects industriousness from the Church as well. It takes resources from the generous offerings of the brethren to put God’s plan into action.