Interesting extracts from some of HL Hoeh's sermons

I have some handwritten notes from 3 sermons by HL Hoeh which may be of some interest:

 
1).  The Church of God (7th day) "was the primary instrument in this country to establish the conscentious objector status of those who sought to live in peace on either side in the Civil War.
 
"The Church of God, in the person of Andrew Dugger, presented in the time of the First World War the petition of the Church to remain free of obligation of killing one's neighbour" (HL Hoeh's message at HWA's graveside on 19 January 1986 -- Coworker Letter, 19.1.86, p.4).
 
[see also http://www.adventistreview.org/2003-1535/story5.html ]
 
2).  Today Dugger's daughter is a member of the Worldwide Church of God (sermon, 24.9.88, FOT, Thailand).
 
3).  In the 1500s and 1600s, the Church announced the 7th day. But in 1831 God used William Miller to announce the 2nd coming [another example of God working in mysterious ways - Craig]. Others from Protestant denominations supported him. They learned of the Sabbath in 1846.

They were generally called the Churches of Christ after the Seventh-day Baptists incorporated in 1802. Essentially they were not doing the Work. Miller had no connection with them.

 
They were generally called the Churches of Christ after the Seventh-day Baptists incorporated in 1802. Essentially they were not doing the Work. Miller had no connection with them. (sermon 27 January 1990).