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  • Robert Walderman

    Contributing sermons since Aug 4, 2009
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Sr. Pastor/Lynbrook Baptist
Lynbrook New York , 11563
516-599-9402

About Robert
  • Education: M.Div. from Bethel Seminary of the East.
  • Experience: 17 years of working with churches.
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  • "Eat, Drink And Be Merry!"

    Contributed on Jan 3, 2015
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    God wants us to enjoy life, both everlasting life and life now.

    “Eat, drink and be merry!” Ecc.8:15 This is a dangerous sermon! It is dangerous in that it can easily be misunderstood. It’s not one you might expect to hear in a Baptist church. It deals with an aspect of life that too often is preached as negative and sinful, but as ...read more

  • 4 Christmas Questions-#4

    Contributed on Dec 23, 2014
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    We've heard the military expression, "Search and destroy." Well, the answer to our last question, "WHY?" "Why was it necessary for Jesus to come?" is, "To save and destroy."

    Jesus is the reason for the season- 4 Christmas questions: #4, “WHY?” In the military you have heard the expression, “A Search and destroy mission.” Well, the reason why Christ came was to, “Save and destroy.” We have come to our final question in our ...read more

  • 4 Christmas Questions. #3

    Contributed on Dec 18, 2014
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    "How?" How was God going to enter into our world to accomplish His purpose? It was pretty amazing!

    This is our second Sunday of the series, “Jesus is the reason for the season” and our 4 Christmas questions. If you remember last week’s message we answered the first question; “WHERE did the idea of Christmas originate?” That answer took us on a journey back before ...read more

  • 4 Christmas Questions. #2

    Contributed on Dec 18, 2014
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    Do we really understand the 'Who' of Christmas? Who exactly is this Christ child?

    This is our second Sunday of the series, “Jesus is the reason for the season” and our 4 Christmas questions. If you remember last week’s message we answered the first question; “WHERE did the idea of Christmas originate?” That answer took us on a journey back before ...read more

  • 4 Christmas Questions.

    Contributed on Dec 18, 2014
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    When standing next to a young girl looking at Christmas tree ornaments, she turned to her mother and asked in puzzled tone why one ornament read, 'Jesus is the reason for the season.' Could it be she had no idea of the Christ of Christmas.

    On the Christian Church’ calendar, the weeks leading up to Christmas are called, ‘Advent.’ It is a time to reflect and prepare for the celebration of Christ’s birth. Over the next few weeks ending at our Christmas Eve service, I want to talk to you, appropriately enough, ...read more

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