Aaron Dean was born on the Feast of Trumpets 1952. At age 3 his father died, and his mother moved to Big Sandy, Texas, and later to Pasadena, California. He graduated in 1970 with honors from the Church's Imperial Schools and in 1974 from Ambassador College.
At graduation, Herbert Armstrong personally asked that he become part of his traveling group and not go to his ministerial assignment.
A wise old sage often told me to surround myself with wise men. I suppose it comes from Proverbs:13:20He that walketh with wise men shall be wise: but a companion of fools shall be destroyed.: "He that walks with wise men shall be wise, but a companion of fools shall be destroyed."
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the printing of the King James Bible, the most widely published and bestselling book in all of history. Yet about 100 years ago, Bruce Barton referred to it as “the book nobody knows.” But is it a book nobody knows?
What are our motives? Jesus Christ told us that God wants people to worship Him in spirit and in truth – people with a pure heart. To understand our motivation is to understand ourselves and to get closer to God.
This day (the Feast of Trumpets) pictures Christ's return as King of kings and Lord of lords. Amazingly, though, it also pictures your birth into God's royal family. You were born to be a king, but just what does that mean?
A bright red jacket was given to me as a crew member who served Mr. Armstrong on his private jet. With the jacket, Mr. Armstrong gave a philosophy. I was to treat everyone on this plane like they were royalty. Everyone has the opportunity to be kings and priest in God’s kingdom. We all should have a symbolic red jacket. We are all called to serve others.
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