Norbert Link | October 4, 2020
It is decreed for man once to die. But is this true for everybody? What happens after death? What is the truth regarding the soul and the spirit in man?
Brian Gale (United Kingdom) | October 2, 2020
This Feast can fill us full of hope and optimism as we have a marvellous future to look forward to with none of the hopelessness that so many in the world can suffer from. A vision of the coming Kingdom of God is such an exciting prospect! Let us have an attitude of thanksgiving to the great God for this marvellous opportunity. And let us all make the most of this Feast!
Norbert Link | October 2, 2020
God commanded to assemble this night as well as during the entire time of the Feast of Tabernacles and the Last Great Day. We are also told to stay in “temporary dwellings” during that time. What is the symbolic meaning behind this command?
Norbert Link | September 28, 2020
The Day of Atonement (September 28, 2020) pictures unique events in human history and shows us how the entire world will have access to God to reach its potential to be saved and inherit salvation. While this day refers mainly to collective reconciliation between God and man, it does not exclude the role of those who have already been begotten by God’s Spirit in this life. The rituals which were to be carried out on this day in Old Testament times show us what Christ has already accomplished and how He will deal with Satan; and they point out how the world can become at-one with God.
Michael Link | September 28, 2020
We have much to be thankful for with all the blessings God has given us, even in times like these, and He will continue to IF we obey Him. In the end, it’s not the material things that will save us, but it’s the spiritual blessings that matter the most.
Robb Harris | September 26, 2020
We fight a spiritual adversary that knows our greatest weaknesses and exploits them as much as he is able. As a strategist, Satan is second to none in his ability to deceive and lead man away from God. We must rely on the sight given to us through God’s Holy Spirit if we have any chance of overcoming sin.
Kalon Mitchell | September 19, 2020
How often do we do the same things, over and over? How often do we think that we know what’s best? God challenges us to change. God challenges us to think and act as He thinks and acts. The choice is our and the question is what will we do?
Norbert Link | September 19, 2020
The Feast of Trumpets (on September 19, 2020) has much symbolic meaning for us. It includes a message of God for the end time, which must be proclaimed today by His watchful servants in blowing trumpets loudly and clearly. And the message will be proclaimed! In addition to serious warnings, it includes the good news of the return of Jesus Christ; the coming rule of God on earth; and our entrance in God’s eternal Kingdom.
Robb Harris | September 12, 2020
It isn’t enough in God’s eyes that we simply rely on our own intuitions as a means of drawing closer to Him. Self-will and self-determination alienate us from the Father. Through the hierarchy of the Church, as initiated and led by Christ, we have a bridge to grow in the knowledge of God the Father.