Preaching the Gospel and Feeding the Flock

compiled by Dave Harris

The text for our new German booklet has been sent to Shelly Bruno for finalization. It is the German translation of our English booklet, “The Book of Zechariah–Prophecies for Today!” In German: “Das Buch Sacharja—Prophezeiungen für die heutige Zeit!”

“America’s Fragile Economy–the Calm before the Storm!” is the title of a new StandingWatch program, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Here is a summary:

We hear that America’s economy is booming. But how good is it really… or how fragile? This program discusses the real winners and losers in the US-China trade war as well as the US government’s astronomical debt and its budget deficit due to reckless spending, which bad example is followed by many American citizens.

“Ist Stolz immer verkehrt, oder gibt es berechtigten Stolz?” is the title of this Sabbath’s new German sermon, presented by Norbert Link. Title in English: “Is Pride Always Wrong, or Is there Justified Pride?”

“Mass Shooting, Satanism and the Third Temple (Comments on News and Prophecy August 10, 2019),” presented by Norbert Link last Sabbath, is now posted. Here is a summary:

It is obvious that the Dayton Ohio murderer who killed nine innocent victims was acting because of his fascination with Satanism, while being demonically influenced or possessed. Satan’s activities are becoming more and more blatant. At the same time, the fulfillment of other end-time prophecies evolve around the building of the Third Temple in Jerusalem and President Trump’s potential role regarding the same, as he himself seems to be aware of. You might be surprised to learn about most recent developments in this regard.

“Small to Big,” the sermonette presented last Sabbath by Michael Link, is now posted. Here is a summary:

How can we as True Christians relate to the parable of the mustard seed in Matthew 13?

“Christian Evolution,” the sermon presented last Sabbath by Kalon Mitchell, is now posted. Here is a summary:

As a Christian, it is imperative to change. But how should one change? Why should one change? Does God expect it? And if so, how can we do so in our modern busy world?