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Nov. 20 Sabbath Sermons by Messrs. Luker and Rhodes

November 20, 2010

Both split sermons from today’s Cincinnati East, Ohio, Sabbath service are now available for online viewing or download.

United Church of God president, Dennis Luker, delivered his sermon titled, “God’s Guiding Hand in His Church and Our Lives.”

Council of Elders chairman, Melvin Rhodes, presented, “Do You Have a Sense of Urgency?

Listen, view or download in .wmv or .mp3 formats from the Cincinnati East congregation webcast page or from the Cincinnati East sermon page.

Peter Eddington—Media and Communications Services

November 20, 2010 - Posted by | Council of Elders, Home Office, Media and Communications, President's Office |


  1. Thanks Peter for posting the messages
    so soon after services.

    Comment by Alvah Pyle | November 20, 2010 | Reply

  2. I just want to say thanks for your kind service to God’s people not only now but for many, many years. It will all work out!


    Comment by Janet Treadway | November 20, 2010 | Reply

  3. Thank you, Mr. Eddington – and all those making these possible to view, and so quickly.

    Comment by Charlie | November 21, 2010 | Reply

  4. Will these be “must-play” sermons, shown in UCG congregations in coming weeks? If so, I’d rather wait to see them there — and “redeem the time” on the Sabbath service.

    Comment by Richard | November 23, 2010 | Reply

    • Greetings Richard,

      These are simply available for pastors to use in their congregations if they wish. They are not required to be played. With Thanksgiving coming up in the United States, some pastors were needing extra sermons to play because of travel, etc., so we made these two immediately available.

      Comment by United Church of God | November 23, 2010 | Reply

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