Entries by Rebekah Ross

God’s Fall Festivals – Part 4: Last Great Day

Artist: Ava Mitchell—Plainview, NY Have you ever had a “great” day? Maybe your parents took your family to the beach where you got to play in the sand and the waves all day long before you finished off the afternoon with a large ice cream cone. Or perhaps you had a great day when you […]

God’s Fall Festivals – Part 3: Feast of Tabernacles

Artist: Diego Villafaña – Santiago, Chile Once Christ returns, and Satan is put away, it will be time for the real celebration to begin! On God’s calendar, just a few days after Atonement, one of the most joyous and exciting times of the year begins: The Feast of Tabernacles!Why do people get so excited about […]

God’s Fall Festivals – Part 2: Day of Atonement

Photo: Susan Winnail – Tampa, Florida After the Feast of Trumpets, the next holy day we come to is what the Bible calls the Day of Atonement. Remember, the fall holy days represent important events or periods of time that have not happened yet, but will happen very soon in the future. Just as the […]

Second Thoughts: Satan’s Trap for the Insecure

Author: Thomas White | Editorial Staff, Living Church of God Dr. Douglas Winnail’s recent assembly addressed that Satan uses worldly persecution to lure away those who aren’t unshakably grounded in the truth. Scripture confirms this, and we all need to constantly guard against the anti-Christian nature of Satan’s world. But those of us who struggle […]

God’s Fall Festivals–Part 1: Feast of Trumpets

Artist: Diego Villafaña – Santiago, Chile WHAT IS TRUE PEACE? Where does it come from? This world is not peaceful, but will it ever be? God knew from the beginning that mankind would not be able to find peace without His help. He wants everyone to enjoy true peace, but He knows it will only […]

Second Thoughts: Respect His Image

Author: Thomas White | Editorial Staff, Living Church of God We, a bunch of Freshman English majors, eyes already mostly glazed-over from forty minutes of syllabus reading, refocused ourselves as our professor firmly told us, “Every time we read a piece of literature in this class, you are not allowed to say it’s bad. You […]