Editor-In-Chief
Gerald Flurry
Editor-In-Chief
Gerald Flurry
Personal Appearances
Gerald Flurry travels the United States and the world delivering public Bible lectures to subscribers of the Philadelphia Trumpet. If you subscribe to the Philadelphia Trumpet, you will receive an invitation the next time Mr. Flurry is in your area.
March 22 • 3:30 PM
Seattle, Washington
March 23 • 7:30 PM
Fresno, California
Register To Attend

If Adolf Hitler had won World War ii, all of Europe would have been dominated by a homicidal madman. He threatened the survival of Western civilization itself! And he would have succeeded if not for one man: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Many historians recognize this truth.

Throughout the 1930s, Churchill warned Britain about the danger in a rising Germany, but no one heeded him. He tried to convince the leaders of Britain to rearm, but they only wanted to disarm. The nation’s leadership was dedicated to appeasement, and America was committed to isolationism. Somehow, the liberals thought that disarming would appease the tyrant. Instead, Hitler made slaves of most of Europe.

Churchill was alone. The media and academia scorned him. He risked his reputation, his political career, even his life, to publicize the truth about the threats facing the nation. God’s work must do the same—even to a world increasingly hostile to the truth. Churchill had to overcome a lot of personal fears to do what he did. We all must overcome fear. God offers the solution in 1 John 4:18: “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear ….” We all have fear, but if we have the love of God, that will cast fear out and motivate us to do what needs to be done.

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About Gerald Flurry
Gerald Flurry is the presenter of the the Key of David television program and the editor in chief of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine. He is the founder and pastor general of the Philadelphia Church of God, chancellor of Herbert W. Armstrong College and chairman of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation.
Print Edition
March 2020
Get our monthly print magazine, the Philadelphia Trumpet, for more insight, analysis and commentary on world events.
Letters

I like people like Gerald Flurry, who put insight into the Scriptures.
S. K.
Thanks for this teaching! Great topic that we definitely all need to know and determine when that is.
B. S.
I refer to your recent letter welcoming me as a new co-worker and laborer with the Philadelphia Church of God. I’d just like to say how honored and privileged I feel to be considered in such a way, and hope to continue to support God’s Work diligently through prayer and financially into the future.
E. S.
I would just like to say that I am so impressed with the message that I am reading in this booklet. It is helping me to deepen my understanding of the Bible and is a joy to read. The doctrine is very inspirational, helping me to build a desire to learn more. Many thanks.
K. M.
I love what you people are doing. I very much wanted to go to Tampa to hear Mr. Flurry, but I didn’t have a ride, but I love your material. I was a Seventh Day Baptist when I was younger, and I am so glad that I found people who keep the Ten Commandments.
M. H.

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November 1, 2001
The Future of Terror
September 1, 2001
Why the Trumpet?
August 1, 2001
The Last Crusade
Most people think the crusades are a thing of the past—over forever. But they are wrong. Preparations are being made for a final crusade, and it will be the bloodiest of all!
August 1, 2001
Israel’s Lost Vision
June 1, 2001
What Is True Freedom?
The most precious gift we could have is that of freedom. But what is freedom? We are more deceived about this subject than perhaps any other today, and you can never be free until you know what freedom truly is!
June 1, 2001
Murders in Tekoa
May 1, 2001
Why School Violence
What God says about our violent youth
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Malachi’s Message
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This is a story about God’s Church gone off track and what God did to correct the tragedy.
Herbert W. Armstrong founded the Worldwide Church of God in 1934 (though it began with a different name) and led it for over 51 years to its height in membership, global impact and income at the time of his death in 1986.
Soon, however, disturbing and significant changes in Church doctrine began to be introduced. The changes revealed a diversion in course, one that led to catastrophe.

If Adolf Hitler had won World War ii, all of Europe would have been dominated by a homicidal madman. He threatened the survival of Western civilization itself! And he would have succeeded if not for one man: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Many historians recognize this truth.

Throughout the 1930s, Churchill warned Britain about the danger in a rising Germany, but no one heeded him. He tried to convince the leaders of Britain to rearm, but they only wanted to disarm. The nation’s leadership was dedicated to appeasement, and America was committed to isolationism. Somehow, the liberals thought that disarming would appease the tyrant. Instead, Hitler made slaves of most of Europe.

Churchill was alone. The media and academia scorned him. He risked his reputation, his political career, even his life, to publicize the truth about the threats facing the nation. God’s work must do the same—even to a world increasingly hostile to the truth. Churchill had to overcome a lot of personal fears to do what he did. We all must overcome fear. God offers the solution in 1 John 4:18: “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear ….” We all have fear, but if we have the love of God, that will cast fear out and motivate us to do what needs to be done.

Read More
Videos
Recent
November 1, 2001
The Future of Terror
September 1, 2001
Why the Trumpet?
August 1, 2001
The Last Crusade
Most people think the crusades are a thing of the past—over forever. But they are wrong. Preparations are being made for a final crusade, and it will be the bloodiest of all!
August 1, 2001
Israel’s Lost Vision
June 1, 2001
What Is True Freedom?
The most precious gift we could have is that of freedom. But what is freedom? We are more deceived about this subject than perhaps any other today, and you can never be free until you know what freedom truly is!
June 1, 2001
Murders in Tekoa
May 1, 2001
Why School Violence
What God says about our violent youth
Displaying documents 701 - 710 of 769 in total
About Gerald Flurry
Gerald Flurry is the presenter of the the Key of David television program and the editor in chief of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine. He is the founder and pastor general of the Philadelphia Church of God, chancellor of Herbert W. Armstrong College and chairman of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation.
Print Edition
March 2020
Get our monthly print magazine, the Philadelphia Trumpet, for more insight, analysis and commentary on world events.
Personal Appearances
Gerald Flurry travels the United States and the world delivering public Bible lectures to subscribers of the Philadelphia Trumpet. If you subscribe to the Philadelphia Trumpet, you will receive an invitation the next time Mr. Flurry is in your area.
March 22 • 3:30 PM
Seattle, Washington
March 23 • 7:30 PM
Fresno, California
Register To Attend
Malachi’s Message
Mm en e02
This is a story about God’s Church gone off track and what God did to correct the tragedy.
Herbert W. Armstrong founded the Worldwide Church of God in 1934 (though it began with a different name) and led it for over 51 years to its height in membership, global impact and income at the time of his death in 1986.
Soon, however, disturbing and significant changes in Church doctrine began to be introduced. The changes revealed a diversion in course, one that led to catastrophe.
Letters

I like people like Gerald Flurry, who put insight into the Scriptures.
S. K.
Thanks for this teaching! Great topic that we definitely all need to know and determine when that is.
B. S.
I refer to your recent letter welcoming me as a new co-worker and laborer with the Philadelphia Church of God. I’d just like to say how honored and privileged I feel to be considered in such a way, and hope to continue to support God’s Work diligently through prayer and financially into the future.
E. S.
I would just like to say that I am so impressed with the message that I am reading in this booklet. It is helping me to deepen my understanding of the Bible and is a joy to read. The doctrine is very inspirational, helping me to build a desire to learn more. Many thanks.
K. M.
I love what you people are doing. I very much wanted to go to Tampa to hear Mr. Flurry, but I didn’t have a ride, but I love your material. I was a Seventh Day Baptist when I was younger, and I am so glad that I found people who keep the Ten Commandments.
M. H.

If Adolf Hitler had won World War ii, all of Europe would have been dominated by a homicidal madman. He threatened the survival of Western civilization itself! And he would have succeeded if not for one man: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Many historians recognize this truth.

Throughout the 1930s, Churchill warned Britain about the danger in a rising Germany, but no one heeded him. He tried to convince the leaders of Britain to rearm, but they only wanted to disarm. The nation’s leadership was dedicated to appeasement, and America was committed to isolationism. Somehow, the liberals thought that disarming would appease the tyrant. Instead, Hitler made slaves of most of Europe.

Churchill was alone. The media and academia scorned him. He risked his reputation, his political career, even his life, to publicize the truth about the threats facing the nation. God’s work must do the same—even to a world increasingly hostile to the truth. Churchill had to overcome a lot of personal fears to do what he did. We all must overcome fear. God offers the solution in 1 John 4:18: “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear ….” We all have fear, but if we have the love of God, that will cast fear out and motivate us to do what needs to be done.

Read More
About Gerald Flurry
Gerald Flurry is the presenter of the the Key of David television program and the editor in chief of the Philadelphia Trumpet newsmagazine. He is the founder and pastor general of the Philadelphia Church of God, chancellor of Herbert W. Armstrong College and chairman of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation.
Videos
Print Edition
March 2020
Get our monthly print magazine, the Philadelphia Trumpet, for more insight, analysis and commentary on world events.
Personal Appearances
Gerald Flurry travels the United States and the world delivering public Bible lectures to subscribers of the Philadelphia Trumpet. If you subscribe to the Philadelphia Trumpet, you will receive an invitation the next time Mr. Flurry is in your area.
March 22 • 3:30 PM
Seattle, Washington
March 23 • 7:30 PM
Fresno, California
Register To Attend
Malachi’s Message
Mm en e02
This is a story about God’s Church gone off track and what God did to correct the tragedy.
Herbert W. Armstrong founded the Worldwide Church of God in 1934 (though it began with a different name) and led it for over 51 years to its height in membership, global impact and income at the time of his death in 1986.
Soon, however, disturbing and significant changes in Church doctrine began to be introduced. The changes revealed a diversion in course, one that led to catastrophe.
Recent
November 1, 2001
The Future of Terror
September 1, 2001
Why the Trumpet?
August 1, 2001
The Last Crusade
Most people think the crusades are a thing of the past—over forever. But they are wrong. Preparations are being made for a final crusade, and it will be the bloodiest of all!
August 1, 2001
Israel’s Lost Vision
June 1, 2001
What Is True Freedom?
The most precious gift we could have is that of freedom. But what is freedom? We are more deceived about this subject than perhaps any other today, and you can never be free until you know what freedom truly is!
June 1, 2001
Murders in Tekoa
May 1, 2001
Why School Violence
What God says about our violent youth
Displaying documents 701 - 710 of 769 in total