By Gerald Flurry • January 24
The book of Colossians ties in directly with Revelation 3 and the Laodicean era. Paul was in jail, absent from the problems that were beginning to creep into the Church in the first century. Today, Herbert Armstrong is dead, absent from the problems that have steadily increased in the very Church God founded through him. God removed both of those leaders for a very important reason. He wanted to see what we would do individually when a strong spiritual leader is removed. In other words, God wanted to see how well we could follow our true Leader—Jesus Christ!
People everywhere fight and strive for greater freedom. At the same time, they fight against law. That shows a dangerous misunderstanding of the nature of true freedom and the need for righteous law. The fact is, without law there is no real freedom. Do you have the attitude toward law that leads to real freedom?
A happy marriage is better than a trillion dollars.
Who was Jesus Christ before He became Jesus Christ? The answer will affect your life!
In these uncertain times, there is only one way to persevere and prosper.
The ending of the biblical book of Ruth is the link between ancient Israel and God’s Church, between God’s promises of race and grace, and between David and Jesus Christ. This important book has confused many, but you can understand Ruth—and God’s master plan.
The Bible prophesies of a battle between a European king of the north and the king of the south, led by radical Islam. But the nation of Jordan will be protected. We need to know why.
God taunts the skeptics and challenges critics to examine the one major proof of His existence: prophecy.
During His time on Earth, Jesus Christ established the one true Church. But just over 100 years later, the Church had vanished. What happened to God’s Church during the ‘lost century’?