On Palm Sunday, we commemorate the triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Often, we think about this as a historical event, but I want to ask you to apply these passages to our lives today. In this sermon we apply Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem, his warning to the Jewish people, his longing to take their children …
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You won’t want to miss Personhood Florida’s July 2015 Volunteer Conference Call, Tuesday, July 28, 2015. The call will feature Heartbeat of Miami Pregnancy Help Medical Clinic’s President, Martha Avila. Heartbeat of Miami has two offices which are strategically located in the heart of African American and Hispanic communities. Heartbeat has implemented innovative strategies to …
O Holy Night was written in 1847 by Placide Cappeau as a Christmas Poem at the request of his parish priest in Paris France. The poem was later put to music by Adolphe Adam. The year the Christmas Carol was written is significant as we shall see when we look at verse three. Join us as we examine this carol and see how it preaches the gospel of Jesus Christ, God became flesh and dwelt among us.
Yes it’s my birthday today. I’m a year older and hopefully wiser than the year before. (I don’t think I’ll take my skateboard down the ramps at the skateboard park like I did last year when I broke my wrist!) The past year has been difficult with the economic struggles presently facing America, yet God has provided. Certainly, I could ask for thing; however, on my birthday, I’m asking for three gifts that won’t cost you a dime. (This doesn’t mean that I don’t need socks from my wife and kids!) These three gifts will also not directly benefit me but will benefit you, those around you, and society as a whole. Can you help make my birthday the best ever by doing three simple things? Read on