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Just received my copy of your Tomorrow’s World Magazine. I wish to convey my thanks to your editor, Mr. Weston, on his article of the September–October issue. Said article was inspiring and very timely during this time of pandemic. Your magazine’s view is like that of The Plain Truth Magazine edited by the late Hebert W. Armstrong. Please keep on writing eye-opening articles for your readers’ peace of mind and inspiration.

—Co-worker in California

Each day I read your booklets and I’ve learned so much about Christ and myself. Thank you for giving me a new way to love and respect not only myself and our Lord, but everyone I meet each day of my life. May God bless you for giving so much.

—Facebook message from a reader

Your timely brochure [the May-June 2020 issue] is very accurate in surmising that this world crisis was preventable. I appreciate your view on clean versus unclean animals. Now I don’t eat bacon, ham, etc. Thank you for your DVD. God bless you.

—Subscriber in Queensland, Australia

I just want to thank you for all the books and magazines. I love them. They give me hope.

—Subscriber in Rhode Island

The church I’ve attended has church on Sunday. I know that’s not the true Sabbath. I’m looking for more like-minded people who take the Word of God seriously.

—Reader in Florida

Editor’s Note: You are not alone! Many are interested in meeting with others to keep God’s word more faithfully, and we have congregations all over the world that meet on the seventh-day Sabbath. You can visit our website and click on the link at “Meet the Church Behind TW” to contact a local minister for meeting places and times, or you can contact your closest Regional Office from those listed on page 4 of this magazine.

I must congratulate you on the excellent quality of your magazines, the one of July–August, and this last one of September–October, that I had the privilege of receiving. However, I don’t agree with your considerations about Europe and its community. It is important to remember that the inexistence of that community in the second half of the 19th century [and] a special moment of strong trade disputes and strategic geographical rivalries among European countries [and] their nationalists’ intentions was the cause of the two devastating wars of the first half of the 20th century, aggravated by the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 and the American crisis of 1929.

—Subscriber in the United Kingdom

Editor’s Note: Thank you for your thoughts on Europe. No one is disputing the realities of history and life on the continent, yet those realities do not change the prophesied future of Europe and the world. For a deep explanation of the Bible’s prophecies in this regard, please request our free booklet The Beast of Revelation: Myth, Metaphor, or Soon-Coming Reality? It is available on our website and from the Regional Offices listed on page 4 of this magazine.

I requested and received and have been working on Lessons 1–4 of the Tomorrow’s World Bible Study Course. I am finding it very informative and am enjoying it very much. I do like all your ministers on the TV program and I watch it every week. The half hour flies by and always leaves me wanting more!

Subscriber in South Carolina