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LCN Personal - July/August - 2016

Personal - Cry Out and Seek God

 Dear Brethren and Friends, The Work continues growing and I want to thank you, very much, for the wonderful efforts so many of you have extended in helping us continue to grow and have an impact on this confused world. Obviously, with so many societal changes coming so rapidly, we certainly need to have a much greater impact on the confusion Satan is sowing in our entire society ...Read more »

Sermon - Friday, Sep 23, 2016 - Gerald Weston

A Time for Fasting

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CAD Comments - Friday, September 23, 2016

Stay Focused on Our Mission

The lessons of history show that mankind and God’s chosen people have drifted off course again and again due to Satan’s deceptive influence. Adam and Eve made wrong choices that sent the course of human history in a wrong direction (Genesis 3). Ancient Israel turned from God and suffered consequences—and modern Israelite nations are heading down this same path. Jesus Christ called disciples and raised up His Church to preach the Gospel (Mark 1:14-15; 16:15), to warn the world of the consequences of sin and to announce events that would indicate His return was near (Matthew 24)...Show more »

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Our Philadelphian Mission

What is the mission of God's Church? What is the work that God wants His Church to do 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.

Why Must We Preach the Kingdom of God?
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LCN Article - July/August - 2016

Deuteronomy 4:13: The Broken Contract

 Let us say that a man bought a small house as an investment. He fixed it up for use as a rental and located a prospective tenant. He and the tenant signed a lease (also called a contract or covenant), and it provided that if the tenant paid his rent on time and kept the place up, then he could live there for a year. Such conditions are typical for rental agreements. ...Read more »

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