• John Beukema

    Contributing sermons since May 1, 2013
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King Street Church
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17201

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  • Deep Joy

    Contributed on May 1, 2013

    First John 1:1-4 teaches where deep joy is found.

    My 13th birthday present was this Bible. That was when I started getting serious about reading the Bible. I went through Hebrews, Romans, and 1 John so many times I could picture where the verse was on the page. If you said “greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world,” I more

  • Feeling Forgotten

    Contributed on May 1, 2013
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    If you have ever been abandoned and disappointed by other people, if you have ever felt forgotten by God, Genesis 40 has a word for you.

    (A few years ago, I called the IRS. I was really anxious to have them correct a mistake they’d made. They were saying I only had one daughter, when I knew perfectly well that I had two. In fact, the daughter they said didn’t exist was the one that was costing me the most money. All more

  • Sex-Wise: Captivated Or Captive?

    Contributed on May 1, 2013
    based on 3 ratings

    Dealing with our sexual lives is an issue at any age and life-stage. God made us as sexual beings, and how we behave sexually is a spiritual issue.

    The last time I did a series on sex was over 5 years ago. If you are married, and can count the number of times you’ve had sex since then, there might be a problem. If you aren’t married and can’t count the number of times you’ve had sex since then, there might be a problem. more

  • Broken: How God Uses Defective People

    Contributed on May 1, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    The Bible is filled with stories of fractured lives and messy situations. From these we can learn truths about how God works.

    Bob Dylan wrote a song called “Everything is broken.” Here are some of the lyrics. Broken bottles broken plates Broken switches broken gates Broken dishes broken parts Streets are filled with broken hearts Broken words never meant to be spoken Everything is more