compiled by Dave Harris
A new Member Letter (July 2020) has been posted and sent to those on our mailing list. In this letter, Dave Harris appeals to us to remember our calling and to stay faithful to God and Jesus Christ—knowing that judgment is now on us to be obedient to God.
“Germany’s Dangerous Lead of Europe,” is the title of a new StandingWatch program, presented by Evangelist Norbert Link. Here is a summary:
Germany, France and Italy become more and more the leaders of Europe. Especially Germany’s lead is not good news for America and Britain, as well as some other European nations. We will present numerous examples of Germany’s hardening stance, broken promises and its zeal for a strong Europe. We also present some of John Bolton’s views which he shares with Donald Trump’s viewpoints regarding a militarization of Europe and a deteriorating relationship between the USA and Germany.
“Gottes Rache am Tier des modernen Babylons,” is the title of this Sabbath’s new German sermon, presented by Norbert Link. Title in English: “God’s Revenge on the Beast of Modern Babylon”
A German Trailer for our new German booklet, “Man muss Gott mehr gehorchen als den Menschen“ (in English: “Obeying God Rather than Men”) has been produced by Michael Link. It is viewable on YouTube and on our German homepage.
“Der gute Kampf,” the sermonette presented in Germany last Sabbath by Mike Richter, is now posted. The title in English: “The Good Fight.”
“Contrasting Cities,” the sermonette presented last Sabbath by Frank Bruno, is now posted. Here is a summary:
In this sermonette, we will consider what God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ, have in store with the blessed city of life: the New Jerusalem. This is in contrast to what man is capable of, when reviewing, for example, CHAZ and later CHOP in Seattle. In the best case, humans can strive to do good—but only the Father and His Son are able to deliver the city of love and light that we crave.
“The Proximity of Outrage,” the sermon presented last Sabbath by Robb Harris, is now posted. Here is a summary:
Righteous anger is a godly trait and not all outrage should be considered sin. The degree to which our anger is the manifestation of the old self or of the new creation determines whether or not we are falling into sin. By not allowing this society’s violence to influence us, we can walk in the light of truth while growing ever closer to God.
The YouTube channel for the Church of the Eternal God presents past videos for StandingWatch programs along with sermonettes, sermons and promotional videos. These are also available on our website: www.eternalgod.org.