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LCN Personal - September/October - 2018

An Eternal Life of Service and Action

Dear Brethren, Mankind does not know how to rule. That is a theme running through the last four Festivals in God’s sacred calendar. Think about it ...Read more »

Sermon - Friday, Oct 19, 2018 - Wyatt Ciesielka

The Vital Overlooked Seventh Law: Lessons From Asa

CAD Comments - Friday, October 19, 2018

Why Self-Examination?

God told Abraham that one of the conditions of the covenant was to “walk before Me and be blameless [perfect]” (Genesis 17:1). Jesus urged His audiences to “Repent, and believe in the gospel” (Mark 1:14–15) and to become “perfect” (Matthew 5:48). The Greek word for “repent” is metanoeo which means “to change your life, to think differently, to turn with contrition and sorrow from a former course of action...Show more »

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LCN Article - September/October - 2018

50 Years an Ordained Servant: An Interview with Rand Millich

This year, the first day of the Feast of Tabernacles will hold additional meaning for Mr. Rand Millich, Regional Pastor of the U.S. Midwest. He was ordained into the ministry of Jesus Christ on the same Holy Day, fifty Feasts earlier. He and his wife Gloria serve 32 congregations in his region, and he directly pastors congregations in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa. We asked if he would answer some of our questions about his personal experiences and the lessons he has learned over the last five decades. He was kind enough to indulge us, and this is the resulting interview. — Editorial Staff ...Read more »

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