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  • Eric Peloquin

    Contributing sermons since Jun 7, 2005
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LivingStone Assembly of God
Holyoke Massachusetts , 01040
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  • Part V – The Angels – The Voice Of God

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    This is part five in a series looking at the different characters in the Christmas narrative. In this message I focused on the angels who were the voice of God to the people.

    The Voices of Christmas Part V – The Angels – the Voice of God Sermon – Sunday, December 24th 2006 A few weeks ago I mentioned how the world has perverted what angels really are. There is no reason to be confused about angels. Scripture speaks more about angels than it does demons or the ...read more

  • Part Iv – Simeon – The Voice Of Faith

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    This is part four in a series looking at the characters in the Christmas narrative. In this case, Simeon is a man who has been promised by the Lord that he will live to see the Messiah and he eagerly waits for that day, knowing by faith it will come.

    The Voices of Christmas Part IV Simeon – the Voice of Faith Over the last few weeks we have looked at some of the people who would unwittingly participate in the great drama that would surround the birth of our Lord. A drama that was written before the foundation of the world LUKE ...read more

  • Part Iii - The Religious Leaders – The Voice Of Apathy

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    This is part three in a series looking at the different characters in the Christmas narrative and what we can learn from their contributions.In this case the religious elite of this time seemed completely apathetic to the idea of the advent of the Christ.

    The Voices of Christmas Part III The Religious Leaders – the Voice of Apathy The greatest event in human history has taken place. The Messiah has been born in the City of David. The King of kings has made a very humble entry into the world. He was not born in Jerusalem, neither was ...read more

  • Part Ii - The Magi – The Voice Of Expectancy

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    This is part two in a series looking at the some of the characters in the Christmas narrative and what we can learn from them. In this message the Magi, these gentiles from the east speak to us of the expectancy we should have in our relationship with the

    The Voices of Christmas Part II – The Magi – the Voice of Expectancy Sermon – Sunday, December 3rd 2006 The Magi are an interesting group. There is much we do not know about them, like how many of them came to worship Jesus. The Magi were a priestly class of astronomers from ancient ...read more

  • Part I - Mary – The Voice Of Servanthood

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    This is partone in a series looking at some of the characters in the Christmas narrative and what they can teach us. Mary’s humble response to the Angel of the Lord is a powerful example of a young woman with the heart of a servant.

    The Voices of Christmas Part I Mary – the Voice of Servanthood Mary may be the most controversial figure in the scriptures because of the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church regarding Mary. They teach that she is the co-redemptrix with Christ. They also teach that she was without sin and ...read more

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  • He Had No Cornfields Or Fisheries, But He Could ...

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    He had no cornfields or fisheries, but He could spread a table for five thousand and have bread and fish to spare. He walked on no beautiful carpets or velvet rugs, but He walked on the waters of the Sea of Galilee and they supported Him. When He died, few men mourned. But a black crepe was hung ...read more

  • Christianity Is A Very Personal Religion. ...

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    Christianity is a very personal religion. (“I”...“I”...“I”; “I have sinned and I have been saved.”) Belief in Christ is a personal thing. A sinner needs a Saviour—not a teacher or encourager, or perfect Guide to teach to do better next time. Once after a missionary trip, we decided to swim on a ...read more

  • One Afternoon In 1965, Daniel Waswa, A Citizen Of ...

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    One afternoon in 1965, Daniel Waswa, a citizen of Kenya, struggled up a hill and was crucified by his wife at his own direction. As he hung on the cross, he told the gathered crowd, “I am dying for the sins of all Kenyans.” After nailing her husband to the cross, the woman collapsed on the ground ...read more

  • There Have Been Over 1,100 Religious Leaders In ...

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    There have been over 1,100 religious leaders in different parts of the world in the last fifty years who have claimed to be Christ and the Savior of the world. Most of these false christs have risen in Africa, in India or in the ...read more

  • Peace Is Rare: Less Than 8 Percent Of The Time ...

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
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    Peace is rare: Less than 8 percent of the time since the beginning of recorded time has the world been entirely at peace. In a total of 3,530 years, 286 have been warless. Eight thousand treaties have been broken in this ...read more