United Church of God

United News: September - October 2017

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by Jaime Diaz
  • by Rainer Salomaa
With God’s help and with the navigational aids of His Word and the Holy Spirit, all things are possible.
  • by Heather D
Here are some ideas to get you started on preparing to have a joyous Feast of Tabernacles.
  • by Joshua Creech
Rejoicing is an important element during the Feast of Tabernacles. Not only is the Feast enjoyable for us today, but it also represents a time in the future we should all look forward to.
  • by Darris McNeely
When you understand the key of the Eighth Day festival in Scripture you have the answer from the mind of the One who designed, purposed and created it all.
by Lorelei Nettles
  • by Dan Preston
What if we are unable to go to any of these far away places due to health, financial problems or some other reason? What do we do then? The answer is simple: We keep the Feast!
  • by Craig Scott
What could a person do to focus their mind and spirit on the meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles if they are stuck at home?
  • by Steven Britt
Let’s consider whether the trumpet is sounding loudly in our hearts and how we can work together to magnify that sound to the world through our lives. 
  • by Victor Kubik
As we strive to “endure to the end,” let us courageously claim those gifts and allow God’s perfect work to transform us, that we too can be victorious! 
by Frank Dunkle
by Rhonda Diggins
by David Fenney
by Jim Tuck
by Gary Smith
by Susan Davis
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by Scott Hoefker, Gayle Hoefker
by Paul Moody
by Gabriel García
by Tim Pebworth
by Rex Sexton
by Mark Welch
by David D Schreiber
by Lindsey Massie
by Matthew Puckett