When not using NTP you may need to set your system time manually. You have two options to set time and date on your RHEL7 linux. First option is to use date command to do this job or engage dedicated systemd timedatectl command. By default and without any arguments timedatectl will display a current time, local, universal and RTC times:
[root@rhel7 ~]# localectl
   System Locale: LANG=en_AU.iso88591
       VC Keymap: us
      X11 Layout: us
[root@rhel7 ~]# timedatectl
      Local time: Thu 2014-09-04 18:30:11 WST
  Universal time: Thu 2014-09-04 10:30:11 UTC
        RTC time: Thu 2014-09-04 10:30:10
        Timezone: Australia/Perth (WST, +0800)
     NTP enabled: n/a
NTP synchronized: no
 RTC in local TZ: no
      DST active: n/a

The following linux command will list all available locales currently available on the Redhat 7 system:
[root@rhel7 ~]# localectl list-locales
The list of all available locales on your system my be quite long so use grep command to narrow down your search. Bellow command will display for example all German available locales:
[root@rhel7 ~]# localectl list-locales | grep ^de
de_AT
de_AT.iso88591
de_AT.iso885915@euro
de_AT.utf8
de_AT@euro
de_BE
de_BE.iso88591
de_BE.iso885915@euro
de_BE.utf8
de_BE@euro
de_CH
de_CH.iso88591
de_CH.utf8
de_DE
de_DE.iso88591
de_DE.iso885915@euro
de_DE.utf8
de_DE@euro
de_LU
de_LU.iso88591
de_LU.iso885915@euro
de_LU.utf8
de_LU@euro
deutsch

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