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  • The Real You

    Contributed by John Perry on Oct 8, 2011
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    We live in such an image conscious world today which means that many times what we are seeing when we look at other people is not them but an image of what they want to be. So bearing this in mind - Who is the real you?

    Bunbury Sun am 2/10/2011 “The Real you” Intro: *** To Tell the Truth…US TV program that has been going in one form or another since 1956. Four celebrities attempt to correctly identify a contestant with an unusual occupation or experience by asking a series of questions or more

  • Unintended Destinations

    Contributed by John Perry on Oct 8, 2011
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    There are going to be many of God's people who at the end of their lives end up at an unintended destination. The devil's number 1 job apart from hell is to have you end up at a destination you never intended to arrive at.

    Bunbury Wed pm 5/10/2011 “Unintended destinations” Intro: *** I heard about an airline in Africa that took its passengers to a wrong destination altogether. The passengers boarded thinking they were going to one place but due to a communication error somewhere in the boarding more

  • Get

    Contributed by John Perry on Sep 27, 2011

    For most of us our natural bent is disorganisation, not organisation. But organisation sets us free & helps us create more time for the things that really matter.

  • A Great Sunday Service

    Contributed by John Perry on Aug 21, 2011
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    Monday morning is often a time when pastors do an autopsy of the weekend's sermon/s. Sometimes as we talk with other pastors on the phone the question is asked - how's your services? But what is it that constitutes a great Sunday service?

    Bunbury Sun am 21/08/2011 “A Great Sunday service” Intro: What are the components of a great Sunday service? Pastors have a bit of a tradition of the Monday morning autopsy. How was Sunday services? Great ….. I preached on …… 2 saved, everyone came to more

  • Twins Called Trust

    Contributed by John Perry on Aug 14, 2011
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    The Bible shows us a pair of famous twins in the Bible, born of the same mother, sharing the same father but having two separate natures. One was a son of the flesh the other was a son of faith.

    Bunbury Sun pm 14/08/2011 “Twins called trust” Intro: I was reading some information about twins that people had posted on a blog site. One question was – can identical twins have the same fingerprints? Well unless your name is Molly & you are a cloned sheep – more

  • Appreciating God

    Contributed by John Perry on Aug 14, 2011
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    Do you ever really take time to do nothing more than appreciate God?

  • What To Do With Spit In Your Face

    Contributed by John Perry on Aug 10, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus tells us how to deal with the attitudes of people & the people themselves that come against us in life. The big picture that Jesus is revealing to us is that we are to be people of a different spirit.

    Bunbury Wed pm 10/08/2011 “What to do w/ spit in your face” Intro: We have been focusing for the past two Wednesday nights on this text & so far we have looked at offences & the enemy that delivers the offence to our lives. T/n we want to focus on something that Jesus singles more

  • What To Do With A Knife In The Heart

    Contributed by John Perry on Aug 6, 2011
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    It's one thing to take a slap in the face but what do you do with a knife in the heart? Jesus tells us not only how to deal with offences but the enmey who delivers the offences.

    Bunbury Wed pm 3/08/2011 “What to do w/ a knife in the heart” Intro: *** In the movie the Cross & the Switchblade David Wilkerson manages to get the Mau Mau’s & the Bishops together at a large theatre complex w/ the intention of preaching to them & seeing them converted. more

  • Patience In Its Work Clothes

    Contributed by John Perry on Aug 6, 2011

    Patience is something that brings to mind the idea of doing nothing under difficult or trying circumstances. But the idea that the Bible gives us of patience is the thought of patience in its work clothes!

    Bunbury Sun am 31/07/2011 “Patience in its work clothes” Intro: *** Walking along practically any street in any city you’ll see people in what we call their high viz gear – bright orange / yellow shirts / pants / vests / jackets. When I was flying in & out of Perth more

  • Moving Out Of The Graveyard

    Contributed by John Perry on Aug 6, 2011

    One thing is certain! Unless Jesus comes back before our time arrives we are all going to one day end up in a graveyard. But there is no sense in moving into the graveyard before our time.

    Bunbury Sun am 7/08/2011 “Moving out of the graveyard” Intro: *** Ernie in the Parramatta Church has a very unusual job. I mean there aren’t too many people that can claim to have done for a job what Ernie does. And to add to this he loves his job even though it brings home more

  • What To Do With A Slap In The Face

    Contributed by John Perry on Jul 27, 2011

    What do you with a slap in the face? When Someone treats you badly, betrays you, offends you or humiliates you, what do you do, how do you respond when someone gives you a slap in the face?

    Bunbury Wed pm 27/07/2011 “What to do with a slap in the face” Intro: *** As you all know Vergel & Lee have just recently moved into town & a new residence. They are now going through what we all hate about moving – trying to get everything in place / order again! One of more

  • Miners In The Word

    Contributed by John Perry on Jul 24, 2011
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    The Bible is like a patch of ground with gold in it. You can walk along & kick a few rocks on the surface & hope you'll find gold or you can be serious about mining the gold & making great profits from your claim.

    Bunbury Sun am 24/07/11 “Miners of the Word” Intro: *** Ps Farrell was telling me last week that now in the middle of winter he comes into the building for morning prayer & some of the folks who have been in prayer go through & turn lights on everywhere. When he arrives he comes more

  • Planning Your Departure

    Contributed by John Perry on Jul 24, 2011

    A young man who was dropped into the Alaskan wilderness with supplies, film, firearms & ammunition to photograph the wilderness forgot one important detail of his trip ....

  • The Call Of The Ploughman

    Contributed by John Perry on Jul 17, 2011
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    We know in farming & agriculture that long before a harvest is reaped there has been some ploughing of the soil. Any farmer can tell you that the idea of reaping a crop without ploughing the soil is ludicrous! Is it any different with the soil of the hear

    Bunbury Sun am 17/07/2011 “The call of the ploughman” Intro: *** Yesterday at the in-laws I did something I had never done b/4 ….. at least not w/ a machine. I ploughed some ground for my father in-law w/ a rotary hoeing machine. At first I found it quite a task to control & more

  • Living Like A King

    Contributed by John Perry on Jul 17, 2011

    All of us at some time have dreamed about what it would be like to live like a king. In our text Jesus tells us how we can live like a king.

    Bunbury Sun pm 17/07/2011 “Living like a king” Intro: Living like a king has b/co a euphemism that we are all familiar w/ - it has come to mean that we are living a life of luxury. I’ve often heard people say when visit foreign lands say how they could live like a king in more