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Ezekiel 8 KJV
16 And he brought me into the inner court of the Lord's house, and, behold, at the door of the temple of the Lord, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men, with their backs toward the temple of the Lord, and their faces toward the east; and they worshipped the sun toward the east.

This event happened exactly as it is now. Muslims worship at Al-Jami' al-Qibli (Silver dome), a mosque overlooking the Kaaba in Mecca, so those who pray there have their backs to the Dome of the Rock where the Temple of God once stood.
The Jews worship at the Western Wall so that their faces face the East. They all worshiped other gods.

17 Then he said unto me, Hast thou seen this, O son of man? Is it a light thing to the house of Judah that they commit the abominations which they commit here? for they have filled the land with violence, and have returned to provoke me to anger: and, lo, they put the branch to their nose.

The guilt of the people in Jerusalem was not light by doing all that. Plus they all resort to violence against each other to fight for authority over the Temple in Jerusalem.

18 Therefore will I also deal in fury: mine eye shall not spare, neither will I have pity: and though they cry in mine ears with a loud voice, yet will I not hear them.

The destruction of Jerusalem is imminent because they have insulted GOD.

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Thank you. I really struggle with modern Christianity, there are so many mixed and contradictory messages out there that you just know are not true, you feel it in your heart.

Your video gives me hope and faith.

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Rosario Russo

Well said and so true. From the very first time I watched a program hosted by Roderick C. Meredith, over 30 years ago, I knew your church was at the very least speaking the truth as contained in the Bible. I was a little sceptical when your church changed from the Worldwide Church of God to the Living Church of God, but I can clearly see that all the leaders today are following the same method Mr Meredith was teaching and picking up where he left off. That method is to let the Bible explain itself as God’s true inspired word. Keep up the great work. May God continue to protect and watch over your church.

Sandy P

@Joe Mendiuk I haven't kept up with all happenings since my late husband and I left the WCoG when Garner Ted left. Things really got strange then and we finally decided to worship with a local Church of God, Seventh Day. It was a much calmer atmosphere and although they didn't keep all the feast days, we kept those on our own. Shortly after that, I was faced with widowhood. As a struggling single mother, I had to move and lost track of most religious affairs.

Since the pandemic (and retirement), I find myself searching the Scriptures at least daily. It seems so much news is leaping out of the pages of the Bible. I've not found a church or study group to join. I tried going back to my familial religious roots but discovered the preaching of mainstream churches to be unsatisfying -- like drinking milk when you really need meat and veggies. I will continue searching for a church home or study group.

Thank you for the detailed descriptions of the importance of the Feast of Tabernacles. It's my understanding as well.

Joe Mendiuk

@Juan Northcross that's essentially correct but for this one point. In your #3 you indicated the last trumpet and associate it with Christ's second coming. That's not correct. See 11:15 where the last trumpet is described. Here the pronouncement is made that Christ has assumed authority from Satan to rule the earth/(later)universe. This coincides with the first resurrection and Christ with the saints ascend into heaven.(1Cor 15:51-52) Then commences the bowl judgements while the Beast and his armies siege Jerusalem and persecute Israel, the people. However, Jesus does not alight upon the earth at this time. The saints meet Jesus in the air and forever remain with Him. Now turning to 19:11-16 we read the account of the second coming when Christ does alight upon the earth. You must cross reference with Zechariah 14:3-4 for details about this. Other prophecies also provide similar details, I shall not list them here; with Zechariah being the most obvious. Then reading further in Rev 19:17-21 we read the specific details of the earthly events of the second coming happening in Jerusalem. Notice that no mention of a trumpet blast is included in this description. I'm kinda working from memory here, but I'm confident that in a careful reading of Revelation, no trumpet blasts are described after that of 11:15. You should verify that yourself and please inform me if you discover one. My memory seems to be that it is angelic voice pronouncements which follow afterwards. So the last trumpet and first resurrection happen and the saints leave Earth, then begins the Day of the LORD with the bowls of wrath being poured upon the earth. After that's finished the second coming happens. See Rev 16 for this description and specifically the seventh bowl described in v 17-21
You need to understand that the book of Revelation contains parenthetical chapters and is not a consistently progressing chronology of sequential events. I am providing you the overview for the distinction of the difference between the first resurrection and the second coming, two seperate events.

Joe Mendiuk

@Juan Northcross yes, you're understanding what I am saying. A careful examination of the specific and significant details contained in the descriptions of those two distinct events clearly reveals that they are indeed unique to each other and seperated in time. The exact time interval between them is indistinct but certain scriptures throughout the prophets suggest that it is one Hebrew year, 360 days. As the day for a year principle common in much prophetic revelations overlaid onto the 'Day of the LORD' reveals. My understanding of the time period between the first resurrection and the second coming, during which simultaneously the bowl judgements of the outpouring of the wrath of the Father (of which the saints are not appointed to experience) occurs on earth while in heaven Christ and the saints experience the wedding feast of the Lamb overseen by our heavenly Father, is one year. After which then occurs the second coming of Christ, when accompanied by the saints Christ returns to earth and alights upon the mount of olives in Jerusalem. The Man of Sin along with the false prophet are cast into hellfire and their armies are destroyed by the breath of Christ. Additionally, Satan is captured, chained and imprisoned for the 1000 years of the millennium, during which Christ rules earth with the saints under Him administering the kingdom of God, engaged in the reconstruction of the deveststed earth and the nurturing of the remnant of mankind which survives physically through the great tribulation and Day of the LORD (Jacob's trouble) into the coming of the kingdom of God. That's the gist of it.

Amateur Bird Songs, Trinidad

WCoG had problems before they closed down.
From followers you got LCoG, Beyond Today, Continuing Cog, etc.
You also got other churches of God whose teachings are different, even one in Brazil

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