Trumpet Bookshelf

Trumpet Bookshelf

Hosted by Grant Turgeon, Trumpet Bookshelf is a series of compact summaries of books and booklets from the literature library of Each episode is meant as a teaser to get listeners interested in studying a particular book or booklet again—or for the very first time. Find answers to life’s most important questions. Unlock the vision of your marvelous future. Explore the vital titles in literature library—every Friday at 10 a.m. Central time.

Is God calling you to His service before the return of Jesus Christ? Perhaps you have been listening to God’s message for many years—but does this mean you have been called already? Learn what must be done to respond to God’s call.

Local government officials and doctors in the United States have used the Coronavirus as an excuse to shut down businesses and society in general. How should true Christians respond to oppressive government? You will also learn about how to make the most of the Sabbath day while the Philadelphia Church of God complies with government recommendations against congregating together.

What is the cause of worldwide chaos and division? Why is it so easy for humans to clash with each other? If you learn the answers to these questions, you can be a part of the solution.

Do you love the basic truths of the Bible? God won’t teach you any new truth until you do!

God and Christ have done more for you than you could possibly fathom. Christ lives to help you every day!

When you have to correct someone, how should you approach the situation? The Apostle Paul showed how in his inspiring epistle to the Hebrews: by giving the vision first. When God corrects us, He always reminds us of our fabulous future. That way, we have the motivation needed to grow and change.

The Apostle Paul wrote Hebrews nearly 2,000 years ago but repeatedly referenced prophecies elsewhere that have been fulfilled in this end time. Learn how urgency, sin, warning, government, tithing and shaking are all connected.

Waters of life flow from God’s throne room, God’s campus, and God’s temples of the past, present, and future. You can let this water flow in your life and display the abundant fruits of God’s Holy Spirit.

What is a Laodicean? How does God feel about the Laodicean era? What must you do to avoid the punishment of the Laodiceans?