Author Pastor Randy Moll

  • As God’s judgments began and His blessings were withdrawn, it was hard to trust and still give thanks and praise to God; but giving thanks is an act of faith. “The just shall live by his faith” (Habakkuk 2:4). In spite of the shortages, in spite of the suffering, in spite of the death, the just lived and offered up thanks and praise by faith, trusting that God indeed was working all things for good to those who loved Him and were called according to His purpose (Romans 8:28).

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  • On the Last Day, when Jesus Christ returns with all His holy angels to judge the living and the dead, He shall separate the believers and unbelievers from one another as a shepherd divides the sheep from the goats, putting the sheep on the right hand and the goats on the left. The unbelievers, those who have not trusted in Jesus Christ and His innocent sufferings and death for the forgiveness of their sins and everlasting life, will “go away into everlasting punishment.” But those who trust in Christ and His cross have forgiveness and eternal life only for Jesus’ sake — because Christ died for them and rose again — and will go into “eternal life.”

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  • Worship at Good Shepherd on Nov. 19, 2017

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  • We do not know when our Lord Jesus Christ will return. That day could be very soon, or it may be many years from now. What are we to be doing while we await the return of our Lord and Savior who died upon the cross to redeem us from sin, death and the power of the devil? With the parable of the talents, Jesus teaches us that we are to be faithfully serving Him and carrying on the work of His kingdom until He returns.

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  • What does the Bible teach? Sad to say, most people have not read the Bible in its entirety and many have no idea what it really teaches. Though much more detail could be provided, what follows is a brief summary of the Bible’s teaching.

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