2019 Park City, Utah Festival Messages
A Feast of Fat Things
God prophesies a time when all peoples will enjoy every good thing. At this Feast we are exhorted to eat, drink and rejoice. We typify both the physical and spiritual feast that God will provide when His government through Christ comes to the earth.
The Impossible Dream
Many a person has dreamed of the impossible, a better world without war, crime, and evil. God's holy days show us the "impossible" is not only possible...but sure.
A Light Shines On
On Family Day at the Feast, I will tell the story of our deacon in Rwanda, Jean Baptiste Sibobugingo, who was the first member in Giti, and the result of the light that shone in him.
D-Day in 1944 pitted the Allied forces on the shores of Normandy pitted in a battle to subdue the Nazi regime. There was no "plan B"--they had to succeed. In like manner, in our temporal role as Christians we are soldiers of Jesus Christ preparing for a fighting a battle representing the kingdom...the government to come
I am focusing on Christ's statement in John 14:6 I Am the way, the truth, and the life. If we want eternal life and what the Feast pictures, He tells us to Follow Him.
Plan to discuss how our journey to the Kingdom is similar to the Israelite journey to the promised land.
Surrender in the World Tomorrow
The concept of surrender to God and Christ is a significant Biblical topic even though the word does not appear in scripture. Will discuss several reasons why many or most people will surrender to Jesus Christ in the World Tomorrow.
Peace and the Millennium
Plan to discuss how peace will change everything in the millennium. Also, how leadership will be improved and produce peace.
The Rest of the Dead
Revelation 20 answers the question, "What about the rest of the dead?" This message presents God's great plan for them.