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  • Jesus Stands Alone

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jan 19, 2020

    Jesus does not stand in a line of peers with Abraham, Buddha, Confucius, or Mohammed. Jesus Christ is utterly unique. The Transfiguration reveals Him to be outside the realm of time, of divine nature, & to be the Messiah long sought of the Jews!

  • Buying Your Own Ticket To Hell

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jan 15, 2020

    Nobody really wants to go to Hell. Its very name conveys the ideas of “dread” and “punishment.” As strange as it sounds, one man in Scripture did buy his own ticket to Hell. Possibly some of you are in the process of buying your own ticket there.

  • 5 Reasons Jesus Came To Earth

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jan 8, 2020

    Five times in the Book of Matthew, Jesus says, “I came….” In these five statements He gave insight into what He intended to accomplish at the Cross. Each indicates a scene of importance relating to our salvation.

  • The Abc’s To Having A Great Year

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jan 3, 2020

    Having a successful 2020 is as simple as A.B.C. & D.: Accept responsibility for your life, Believe you can change, Clarify your priorities, Don't wait to begin.

    THE ABC’S TO HAVING A GREAT YEAR INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: STATING THE OBVIOUS. After a woman sued McDonalds because she wasn’t warned her coffee was hot, companies are changing their instruction manuals and product warning labels to cover themselves from liability. Listen to a few of these: 1. On a more

  • From Tired To Inspired

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 28, 2019

    Asaph was an anointed Levite worship leader who wrote 12 psalms and was appointed by David as a leader at the Temple. Yet this anointed man of God suffered a time of discouragement. But by remembering God's deeds and wonders he was restored to fresh power.

  • Am I The Innkeeper?

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 20, 2019

    We take a candid look at our role as Innkeepers, the major excuses for turning Christ away, and the final journey we will all make to the Heavenly Inn. Will He be forced to turn us away because we wouldn't let Him in?

    AM I THE INNKEEPER? Luke 2:1, 4-7 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: WHEN JOSEPH WENT ROGUE 1. The Director of the Christmas play was nervous when she cast Jimmy, the middle-school class clown, as Joseph in the Christmas Pageant. 2. Her fears were realized when Jimmy decided to do a little improvisation more

  • The Man Behind The Manger

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 18, 2019
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    Joseph is underestimated in his role in the Christmas story – he was especially chosen by God, had many internal battles to fight to obey God, had a unique relationship with God, and played a formative role in the development of the personality of the Son of God.

    THE MAN BEHIND THE MANGER Matt. 1:18-25 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: FAXING MONEY 1. Often people resist trying new technology. One young woman tried to get her mother, a secretary, to start using the fax machine in her office instead of using the post office. 2. Although she told her many times more

  • What Made The Wise Men Wise?

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 14, 2019

    Why does the Bible 2X call them "wise?" Because they were SEARCHING for a Sign from God, they ACTED on the revelation they had, they PERSEVERED until they got to Him, and they ENTERED IN to know Jesus! May God make us wise like them.

    WHAT MADE THE WISE MEN WISE? Matt. 2:1-12 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. For many years there was a Christmas pageant every year in the (Miami) Dade County Auditorium, which seats 2,400 people. The cast included over 400 people and live animals. 2. One year their seasoned donkey died so they were more

  • The Prince Who Brings Peace

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 12, 2019

    Jesus came to bring us a peace which can supercede all of this world's persecutions and troubles. It's a peace in 3 directions: peace with God, peace with each other, and peace with ourselves. Jesus bought this peace by His work on the Cross. He is our peace!

    THE PRINCE WHO BRINGS PEACE Isa. 9:6; Lk. 2:13-14 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Nancy Dugan was nearly four as Christmas drew near. Her parents and four older siblings had all tried to prepare Nancy for Christmas by talking with her about the real meaning of Christmas and why their family celebrated more

  • Okay, She Had A Baby - What’s So Special About That?

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 7, 2019

    Here's a Christmas sermon that will preach! We look at His virgin birth, at His being foretold thousands of years in advance, at His mission to save the world, and at His second coming.

  • Servants Of The Word

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 4, 2019

    Luke says we're to be "servants" of the Word, not be critics of it or think we're over it. WHY? Because the Word of God is Divine/Eternal, because it's superior to us, and because it is the final authority. The Bible is the embodiment of knowledge and truth.

    SERVANTS OF THE WORD Luke 1:1-4 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: PEOPLE THINK THEY KNOW THE BIBLE 1. Did you hear the story about the lady who was talking to her friend and brought up the Bible. Her friend said, “Oh don’t start trying to tell to me about the Bible; my parents had me read it every day. I’m more

  • The Power Of Praise

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 1, 2019

    When we praise the Lord, God inhabits our praises. The enemy knows that when God’s presence comes, His power, His anointing, and His blessings come too, so he tries to keep you from experiencing the supernatural.

  • In Everything Give Thanks

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 26, 2019

    Paul told us that thanks-giving, not complaining, is God's best will for us. We're to do it in every circumstance, not just the good ones. A thankful spirit operates by faith and focuses on God. We're to do it in the strength and grace of Christ, which is sufficient.

    IN EVERYTHING GIVE THANKS 1 Thess. 5:18 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Josh: Why did the farmer run a steamroller over his potato field on Thanksgiving Day? Phil: Why? Josh: He wanted to raise mashed potatoes. 2. Biff: Why did the turkey cross the road? Bob: I don’t know. Biff: It was Thanksgiving more

  • The Leper’s Thanksgiving

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 22, 2019

    What can you learn from a leper? From this one, coming from the other side of the tracks, you can learn how to act on your faith for healing, and learn to be thankful for all the little things we take for granted.

    THE LEPER’S THANKSGIVING Lk. 17:11-19 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A family sat down to Thanksgiving dinner. The eight year old boy asked if he could say “the blessing.” Everyone bowed their heads. 2. He said, “I’m thankful for Mom who cooked the turkey, for father who bought the turkey, for the more

  • The Man Who Disappeared

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 17, 2019

    The Spirit gave Philip a supersonic ride for over 20 miles. Why? Because he'd been obedient to win an African dignitary who became a missionary to Ethiopia! To the Eunuch, Philip was a servant of God who disappeared without a trace!