• Derek Melanson

    Contributing sermons since Jan 3, 2006
Derek's church

Nerepis United Baptist Church
Nerepis, *Province/Other e5k 3v7

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  • An Impossible Joy

    Contributed on Jan 16, 2007
    based on 21 ratings

    Joy is a gift from God, is never experienced without challenges, and is something we are called upon to share.

    “An Impossible Joy” Luke 1: 39 – 45 Introduction A few weeks ago I heard on the news that there were impossibly huge line-ups as the new Sony Play Station came into stores. Some people apparently waited in line for days, even missing work to do so. Can you imagine doing this for a video more

  • What Gifts Do You Bring Him?

    Contributed on Jan 16, 2007
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    The three gifts of the Magi symbolically represent gifts that we too can bring our Lord.

    “What Gifts Do You Bring Him?” Matthew 2: 1 – 12 Giving and Receiving What do you enjoy more, giving gifts or receiving? I know that I was very excited to give Alisha some of her Christmas gifts this year. There were at least a couple of BIG surprises for her! And maybe we enjoy giving more

  • #15 -- Blessings

    Contributed on Jan 16, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    God blesses us by coming down to us, by ’kneeling’in a gesture of grace and salvation. In response we are to bless Him with praise and worship, commitment and service.

    “Songs for the Road #15: Blessing” Psalm 134 This is our last song for the road—we’ve reached the end of the journey. What does the end look like? The end looks like Psalm 134. And this Psalm really sums up what the Christian is all about in some ways. It summarizes God’s grace and our more

  • A Light Has Dawned

    Contributed on Dec 19, 2006
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    The Messiah, the Light of the world, has come. This Light is Son of God who breaks the yoke of sin and darkness and frees us to respond with repentance, rejoicing, and sharing this light with others.

    Introduction How many of you here have stubbed your toe while walking to the bathroom late at night? How many of you use night-lights since that happened? We have night-lights in our house—these lights prevent me from tripping and stubbing my toes on Ella’s toys when going to the bathroom more

  • God's Favour

    Contributed on Dec 19, 2006
    based on 44 ratings

    God’s favour means He uses the ordinary, involves adversity, requires obedience, gives us purpose, and provides hope.

    Introduction We’ve all done someone a favour. And we’ve all asked for favours. We all have favourite foods, music, places to visit, etc. We talk about favourable weather and favourable circumstances. To use a negative example, some parents play favourites with their children. When we use these more

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