compiled by Dave Harris
Our newest booklet—which is about the Ten Commandments—has been sent to Phyllis Bourque for initial review.
Our booklet, “And Lawlessness Will Abound…” has been translated into German. We posted the booklet in nine installments on our German website and will now proceed with finalizing it as a German booklet.
The 2020 Church Conference will be conducted in Escondido, California. Arrival will be Wednesday, March 25, 2020, and departure is scheduled for Monday, March 30, 2020.
“China’s Deadly Virus and other Prophetic Events” is the title of a new StandingWatch program, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Here is a summary:
In light of the outbreak of a deadly virus in China, affecting humans all over the globe, why does God place a curse on those who eat or distribute unclean meat for human consumption? Why is Europe so angry with America over the assassination of an Iranian mass murderer, and why the tumult involving the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem? All of this has to do with end-time biblical prophecies, and we can expect their fulfillment in 2020 and beyond, indicating the soon-coming return of Jesus Christ. Please stay tuned for an important announcement at the end of this program.
“Angst vor Menschen?” is the title of this Sabbath’s new German sermon, presented by Norbert Link. The title in English is: “Fear of People?”
“Das Ausrufezeichen!” is the title of last Sabbath’s German sermonette, presented by Jens Herrmann. Title in English: “The Exclamation Point!”
“Two Popes Fighting Each Other–Comments on News and Prophecy (January 18, 2020),” the first message presented last Sabbath by Norbert Link, is now posted. Here is a summary:
If you are tempted to give up because of your problems, don’t! Yes, the world is getting darker, with unparalleled worldwide debt; unusual volcano and earthquake activities; Europe’s stance against Trump; the Middle East in turmoil; loss of moral values, even in Israel; and two popes fighting each other. But all of this only shows how close we are to the return of Jesus Christ.
“The Test Commandment,” the sermon presented last Sabbath by Pastor Rene Messier, is now posted. Here is a summary:
This sermon discusses the importance of understanding and of keeping the Sabbath which has been described as the Test Commandment. We will address the Sabbath’s origins, its endurance through times past, at this present time, and its meaning and importance in the future.