After participating in the Passover and while we are in the midst of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, many of us have similar thoughts running through our minds. Foremost, the sin that we acknowledged during our personal examination of ourselves in preparation for Passover has become starkly clear. We are all sinners (1 John 1:8-10), and the wages of the sin we commit is death (Romans 6:23). Because of this, God required that His Son be sacrificed so that we might have the opportunity to live forever as part of His Family. These facts describe the bottom line of Christianity - the ultimate plan of God. If we want to participate in that plan, we have some responsibilities....
In your weekly Update 112 for the Week ending October 11th, 2003, you discussed the Last Great Day of the Feast of Tabernacles. Do you still feel that this is the 8th day as there are those in the Church of God who think that this applies to the seventh day of the Feast?
We are happy to discuss this further. The Q & A that you refer to can be found at http://www.globalchurchofgod.co.uk/qa/3525 . In this answer, the last paragraph states the following:
As rumors of serious military conflicts loom in our news, we begin with a report on Israel's stringent requirements for military service; we note the burdensome tax structure in America; we offer several articles focusing on the crisis in Ukraine--noting how this event is spiraling into a realignment of Europe's self-defense.
We conclude with a report and note of caution on the false claims being offered to explain "heavenly signs."
"You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden."-Matthew 5:14