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  • The Star Trek

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Dec 20, 2018

    The story of the Wise Men following the star reveals three types of people who have to deal with the reality of Jesus: the Committed; the Indifferent; and the Antagonistic

    1. Matthew 2.1-12 2. This Story of the Wise Men on their Journey with the Star reveals Three Types of People who deal with the Reality of Jesus I. The Committed (Wise Men) In 1873 a group of women at Hillsboro, Ohio, met and prayed and then read the 146th Psalm. Then they prayed and pleaded with ...read more

  • The Original Star Trek Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Dec 23, 2008

    We can learn from the Wise Men what is required to take a "Star Trek" which leads to Jesus.

    THE ORIGINAL “STAR TREK” Matthew 2:1-12 READ BUBBA CLAUS (David Dykes)(Listed at the end of the message) * Do you know what a “Trekkie” is? Well, I am one. IN 1966 Bill Shatner took the helm of the starship “Enterprise” whose “Mission was and is “to seek out new life & civilization, to boldly ...read more

  • The Original Star Trek

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 29, 2015

    The Star Trek series wasn’t the first “Star Trek” on record. 2,000 years ago there were wise men or “Magi” who followed a star looking for Israel’s long-awaited King.

    THE ORIGINAL STAR TREK Matt. 2:1-12 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A Jewish lady named Mrs. Rosenberg many years ago was stranded late one night at an Eastern European resort - one that did not admit Jews. 2. The desk clerk looked down at his book and said, "Sorry, no room. The hotel is full." ...read more

  • Star Trek [christmas]

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Dec 11, 2005
    based on 49 ratings

    The Wise Men were the true originals. This focuses on the real STAR of Christmas, Jesus, and how we can reflect that light to others this season and always. Link included to formatted text version and PowerPoint Template.

    Star Trek Matthew 2:1-2, 9-10 PowerPoint for this and all our sermons available at http://gbcdecatur.org/sermons.html “Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem. Saying, Where is he that is born King of ...read more

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation

    Contributed by David Petticrew on Mar 4, 2003
    based on 5 ratings

    Contrasting the Magi with Herod to show the acceptance of outsiders in the Kingdom of God and a warning to the insiders to be careful.

    Introduction Ever since I first started preached I have longed to preach this sermon, or rather a sermon with this title. It just struck me as the perfect title for a sermon on the story on magi’s visit to Jesus, Star Trek, but then it is not only about the story of the magi but about how the ...read more

  • The First Star Trek

    Contributed by David Dykes on Mar 31, 2003
    based on 257 ratings

    Like the Magi, we are all on a star trek. Some are searching for something; some may be the star God uses to guide others to Jesus. The magi weren’t wise because they sought Jesus; we call them wise because they found Jesus.

    The First Star Trek Matthew 2:1-12 by David O. Dykes INTRODUCTION For all of you who are looking for Santa this week, I need to read a memo to you. To: All Southern USA Residents From: Santa RE: Replacement Santa “I regret to inform you that effective immediately, due the growing ...read more

  • The Real Star Trek

    Contributed by Anthony Seel on Jan 5, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    The Magi are our models for approaching God.

    The First Sunday after Christmas January 4, 2008 St. Andrew’s Anglican Church The Rev. M. Anthony Seel, Jr. Matthew 2:1-12 The Real Star Trek In 1966, Star Trek was first aired, but it lasted only three seasons. It was in syndication during the 70s that the show’s popularity grew. Then ...read more

  • The Gospel According To Star Trek Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Jun 19, 2015

    : Accepting the Great Commission requires following the directives of Captain Jesus.

    The Gospel According To Star Trek Text: Acts 8:26-40 Introduction 1. Illustration: If you've ever been a fan of the sci-fi show Star Trek then you are familiar with the quote that opened every episode. "Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its ...read more

  • Star Trek Episode 1: The Search For A Child That Revealed The Hearts Of Men

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Jan 6, 2013
    based on 2 ratings

    What do we learn about ourselves from the magi's search for Jesus?

    OK all you Trekkies, you fans of everything Captain Kirk and Klingon, can you tell me when the first Star Trek episode aired? Was it in 1959, 1966, or 1971? If you answered 1966, you are correct - partially. 1966 was the year the crew of the Enterprise took off for the stars on prime time TV. But ...read more

  • Doubt Causes The "Bullets" To Be Real Series

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Jun 22, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    This message continues the series on faith. It references "The Spectre of the Gun," my absolute favorite episode of the original Star Trek series.

    I am a fan of the original Star Trek series. My absolute favorite episode is “The Spectre of the Gun,” which premiered in 1968, the show’s third season. Here’s the storyline: After violating Melkotian air space, Captain Kirk and members of his crew are taken from the Enterprise and sent to die ...read more

  • The Final Frontier

    Contributed by Darrell Jones on Apr 14, 2003
    based on 85 ratings

    I preached this message at the going home celebration of a 92 year old christian man. I took the title from a star trek movie.

    Into: the birth of man marks the beginning of a journey. The Bible describes man’s life on earth as a vapour, a passing shadow, as a cloud consumed and vanished away. Life is also described as swifter than the shuttle of a weavers loom. The Word of God, tells us, there is a time to be born: a ...read more

  • When God Is Not Logical

    Contributed by Monte Brown on Nov 13, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Each of us has or will ask God, why? Why is this thing happening in my life? It does not necessarily mean that we have no faith in God, it just shows our human frailty and perhaps our desire to know and understand Him. We live in what I call the Star Trek

    When God Is Not Logical Isaiah 55:8-12 Randall Road Baptist July 23, 2000 Sunday Morning Monte T. Brown Introduction: Each of us has or will ask God, why? Why is this thing happening in my life? It does not necessarily mean that we have no faith in God, it just shows our ...read more

  • Paul, The Emotional Case Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Sep 10, 2012

    Neither Paul nor we are meant to be Mr. Spock from Star Trek; Paul was comfortable with emotion, but -- even when he was emotionally intense -- he kept his eyes on Jesus and sought to follow God’s will, not his own.

    Paul, the Emotional Case (2 Corinthians 7:2-16) 1. I love this old Jewish joke: During a service at an old synagogue in Eastern Europe, when the Shema prayer was said, half the congregants stood up and half remained sitting. The half that was seated started yelling at those standing to ...read more

  • What We Believe...about Regeneration

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on Mar 10, 2003
    based on 31 ratings

    When we get saved, Jesus takes our old, dead lives; and makes us brand spanking new!

    Larry Brincefield larkayb@earthlink.net Sunday Evening, March 9, 2003 Title: What We Believe...About Regeneration Text: 2 Corinthians 5:17 Introduction I used to be a big Star Trek Fan... I watched some of the classic Star Trek series... but my favorite was Star Trek: The Next ...read more

  • Trill Theology

    Contributed by Ronnie Knight on Nov 24, 2006

    In order for us to function and exist spiritually, eternally, and practically in this life we must have an abiding relationship with Jesus Christ. You see, Christianity is more than a statement of faith; it is a state of being. Christianity is a state of

    Sermon: “Trill Theology” Scripture: John 15.5 Introduction: “I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing (John 15.5 KJV).” Upon reading this passage the little man in my mind immediately typed a ...read more