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Crabtree Christian church
crabtree Oregon , 97335

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  • Always Be Prepared

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2018

    How to live ready for Jesus' return

    “Always Be Prepared!” 1 Peter 1:13-19 and 2 Peter 3:10-12 David P. Nolte The Scouts don’t have a monopoly on the Motto: “Be Prepared.” We, as Christians, need also to be prepared! People prepare for many things: a vacation trip, company coming, athletic events. I tell you, more

  • Our Father's Hands

    Contributed on Jun 18, 2018

    A Father's Day sermon on the benefits of God;s hands in our lives.

    “Our Father’s Hands” Psalm 32:1-11 David P. Nolte Daddy’s hands. What nice things to remember about a dad. Particularly when those memories include dad’s hands folded in prayer, calloused from hard work, soothing and caressing to show love, chastening when necessary, gentle but more

  • God's Highway

    Contributed on May 1, 2018

    Compares life to a trip on God's Highway

    “God’s Highway” Matthew 7:13-14 David P. Nolte Sometimes it is refreshing to get off the major highways and onto the back roads which, many times, in the past, were the major highways. Going to Eugene via Hwy 99 may be slower but once in a while, it’s fun. Life is in many more

  • Blessed Assurance

    Contributed on Oct 8, 2017
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    Details basis for assurance

    Assurance. We all want and need it. Assurance that our doctor is competent; that our job is secure; that the foods we buy are uncontaminated; and most importantly, that our sins are forgiven and that we are right with God. We need the assurance Gerald sang about today. Frances Crosby, who more

  • The Song Of Life

    Contributed on Oct 3, 2017
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    Compares a song to the Chriatian life

    From ancient times, God’s people have been a singing people. There are 150 hymns in the Bible – we call them Psalms. The Israelites sang them in times of anxiety and lamentation, in times of joy and celebration, in times of victory and praise. The Psalmist urges us, “Sing a new song to the LORD, more