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LCN Personal - January/February - 2018

Personal - Is Bigger Always Better?

Dear Brethren, This issue contains reports from around the world of the Feast of Tabernacles 2017. How inspiring it is to read of the dedication and zeal some scattered brethren exhibit in traveling to the Feast. We also have two articles that cover questions that arise periodically—voting and birthdays. You will also notice that there are quite a few Living Church News reports: births, deaths, weddings, and ordinations ...Read more »

Sermon - Friday, Feb 16, 2018 - Stuart Wachowicz

Why Do We Need God's Protection?

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CAD Comments - Thursday, February 15, 2018

Is Society Getting Better or Worse?

Every now and then, some will say our world really isn’t that bad, pointing out that some deadly diseases have been almost eradicated, infant mortality rates lowered, life expectancies increased, and in general, the quality of life improved for most people on this planet. So, are we just too “doom and gloom” when we speak of society heading toward oblivion? It all depends on what trends you choose to look at, because the most important trends are moral and spiritual...Show more »

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What is the mission of God's Church? What is the work that God wants His Church to be doing? Watch this exciting film about true Christianity, preaching the Gospel of the return of Jesus Christ, feeding the flock, and helping prepare a people for the coming Kingdom of God.

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LCN Article - January/February - 2018

Birthdays—A Celebration for Christians or Not?

It is a fact of life that everyone grows older, and for each of us there is one day each year when we are considered a year older than we were the day before: our birthday. There is nothing wrong with acknowledging the passage of time, as another year of life goes by. We know, for example, that Moses certainly knew how old he was. Scripture records that, toward the end of his life, he told the Israelites, “I am one hundred and twenty years old today. I can no longer go out and come in. Also the Lord has said to me, ‘You shall not cross over this Jordan’” (Deuteronomy 31:2). Did “one hundred and twenty years old today” mean that Moses was making this statement on the exact anniversary of his birth? Perhaps, but what we do know is that there is no hint of a “birthday party” marking the anniversary of Moses’ birth, like those in the household of Pharaoh (cf. Genesis 40:20–22). ...Read more »

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