Herbert W. Armstrong (1892-1986) was one of the most prominent religious leaders of the 20th century, watched, read and followed by millions worldwide. He founded the Plain Truth magazine, the World Tomorrow television program, Ambassador College and the Ambassador International Cultural Foundation. He served as pastor general of the Worldwide Church of God, and visited heads of state and addressed large audiences globally as an unofficial ambassador of world peace.
The epistle of Jude is one of the shortest books in the Bible—just 25 verses. But it contains a powerful message – an urgent prophecy for our time today. On today’s program, we examine the sure word of prophecy contained in the first few verses of Jude’s epistle.
When the United Kingdom joined the European Community in 1973, Herbert W. Armstrong said Britain would look back on it as a “most tragically historic date—a date fraught with ominous potentialities!”Today, almost 50 years later, and after three-and-a-half years of contentious debates over how to leave, Britain is now out of the European Union. What’s next for Great Britain?