Norbert Link | September 23, 2021
Civil courage or the courage of one’s conviction can be described as the courage to speak up and act for one’s position. Even though the term “civil courage” is not used in the Holy Scriptures, there are many biblical examples of people who boldly and strongly stood up for their convictions and for others in need, even if that included the possibility of suffering and persecution.
Frank Bruno | September 21, 2021
We know that God does not require our money, nor anything of this earth that we possess. What God commands of us is obedience from those He has drawn. In this message, we will review a few scriptures that help us to understand that our gifts to God must come from the heart, and from a spirit of generosity and appreciation for all He has done, and continues to do for us.
Brian Gale (United Kingdom) | September 20, 2021
The Feast of Tabernacles is a time to recharge our spiritual batteries and that must surely be helped when we are surrounded by those of like mind. It’s a time to be together, to be taught, to fellowship and to rejoice. With the knowledge and understanding we have been given, we are blessed above all people and should rejoice constantly.
Norbert Link | September 20, 2021
There are noticeable health benefits for thankful people. What does the Bible say about the necessity for a Christian to be thankful? When and for what are we to be thankful, for whom, and towards whom? And why is thankfulness so rare today and seldom to be observed?
Michael Link | September 16, 2021
What is more important than the physical necessities and material things that we may take for granted in this world today? Knowing that all these things are merely temporary, what is it that we must do first in order for us to enjoy and also be grateful for what to do have now?
Norbert Link | September 16, 2021
The Day of Atonement pictures the world’s atonement with God and Satan’s imprisonment. Although this sermon speaks on the past, presence and future of Satan, who wants to prevent man’s reconciliation with God, it is also emphasized that Jesus Christ is central to the meaning of this annual Holy Day.
Norbert Link | September 11, 2021
Is the threat of a terrorist attack on American soil greater now than “it’s ever been”? What does the Bible say about the possibility that the events on September 11, 2001, will be repeated? ? And is President Biden’s new “unconstitutional” mandate for vaccinations, combined with mean threats for the unvaccinated, a desperate attempt “to distract from his shameful, incompetent Afghanistan exit” and “morally disgraceful decision”? Can today’s development be paralleled with “scapegoating” “religious minorities in Medieval Europe” and after “the fall of Rome”?
Dave Harris | September 7, 2021
Those whom God calls are tested as to whether or not they will actually obey God in all things. Observing the Sabbath Day is often the first real challenge, but all of the “feasts of the LORD” are to be observed, and that is true for the Feast of Trumpets as well.
Eric Rank | September 4, 2021
Setbacks, disappointments, loss, failures – all of these things can be the cause of discouragement, which left unchecked, will disintegrate hope. What does it take to be resilient enough to bounce back when we face struggles? What are the promises from God that we can count on?
Norbert Link | August 28, 2021
Do we really understand that all of today’s human political leaders and nations are being held captive by Satan? From the terrible events in Afghanistan to worldwide coronavirus restrictions, we in God’s Church should be able to see a common denominator. At this point, the Western world is plagued with weak and incompetent leadership. But this will change soon when Satan will bring a man to power whom the Bible calls the beast, and who will establish a worldwide totalitarian dictatorship. Satan is preparing mankind for this event, but most are too blind and don’t see what is happening. At the same time, Satan is attacking God’s people by trying to persuade them that they do not have to keep His Holy Days and personally attend God’s Feast sites.
Frank Bruno | August 21, 2021