compiled by Dave Harris
A new Member Letter (May, 2020) is now posted and has been mailed to our subscribers. Elder Eric Rank writes about the trials and tests we face, and the opportunity for us to really examine the underlying motivations of our behavior.
“Welche Früchte will Gott in Ihnen sehen?” is the title of the German sermon for this Sabbath, presented by Pastor Michael Link. Title in English: “What fruits does God want to see in you?”
“Wird Christus Glauben finden auf Erden?” is the title for the German sermon for Pentecost, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Title in English: “Will Christ Find Faith on Earth?”
“In Schwachheit stark sein,” is the title of last Sabbath’s German sermonette, presented by elder Thilo Hanstein. Title in English: “To Be Strong in Weakness.”
“Walk a Mile,” the sermonette presented last Sabbath by elder Kalon Mitchell, is now posted. Here is a summary:
When we start to talk about people behind their back, we cause division and strife. The Bible tells us instead to have mercy and empathy for others. We should work to help instead of accuse. God is the Judge and He alone reserves the right to pass judgement on people. How can we make sure that we are not doing those things that hurt others, but rather build them up?
“Are You Ready for the Day of the Lord?”, the sermon presented last Sabbath by Evangelist Norbert Link, is now posted. Here is a summary:
The Bible speaks of the terrible Day of the Lord and admonishes us to be prepared and not to be caught off-guard. Especially the book of Joel contains many warnings and shows us what will happen during that future time which is not far from us.