Sermon this morning

United States
March 11, 2007 12:43pm CST
Good afternoon friends! Did you all make it up in time to attend church or synagogue this morning? LOL. There were lots of people that missed Sunday School because they forgot about their clocks. Pastor Tim spoke out of I Kings 11 and Song of Solomon Chapter 2 this morning. It was a great message on being careful to not miss the Little Things in life. Because if we do...we can either fall into a lot of trouble, or just miss out on blessings. It is important in our Christian walk to take notice of everything and everybody that God puts into our lives. What did you hear from God's word this morning?
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@Trinka26 (171)
• United States
11 Mar 07
I set my clocks back early yesterday evening, so I had a little time to adjust to the change. We did have a few people absent today, and I figure the time change was the reason for some of them! Pastor Larry spoke about sin, and our faith in Jesus being the ONLY way to Heaven! Great subject. And for those who like to leave rude comments: I would rather live as if there is a God, and die to find out there's not; than to live as if there were no God and die to find out there IS!
@AmbiePam (44038)
• United States
11 Mar 07
Well said Trinka.
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• United States
19 May 07
I do agree with you Trinka. I didn't feel it was necessary for him to be rude. See the message I left him.
@suscan (1959)
• United States
11 Mar 07
I missed church this morning. This sounds like a good message. We often miss out on the little things in life because we are focused elsewhere.God does give us blessings and sometimes we don't realize it before we lose them,
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• United States
19 May 07
this is so true. I also have times when God gives me a blessing in one area and I'm looking in the total opposite direction and just miss out on it.
• United States
11 Mar 07
I never go to church, because it is a waste of time on my part to sing and talk to an imaginary friend.
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@AmbiePam (44038)
• United States
11 Mar 07
Then why respond to a discussion about said "imaginary friend?"
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• United States
19 May 07
I consider Christ my Savior. I'm sorry you don't believe, but that's your decision. Please do not degrade my beliefs and those of others on mylot, and I will afford you the same courtesy. Yes, as a Christian I am loving, forgiving and tolerant. I am not a doormat. I will stand up for my beliefs and my faith. If you do not agree, that is your decision, and I will respect you for that. I ask that you respect mine as well.
@rouwel23 (1353)
• Philippines
19 Aug 07
yup I went to church this morning, our pastor talk about spreading the good news to our neighbors and our friends.
• United States
17 Sep 07
That is a good message. We are getting ready to start a study series on Sunday evening called "Way of the master" it's all about sharing our faith with those around us. I'm looking forward to it! Everyone I've heard that's done the study says it's awesome.
• Philippines
25 May 07
good day! i just read this discussion today, and i hope my post would not be too late for your discussion... anyway, last sunday i was able to attend my sunday school on time and my sunday school was glad because she has a student hehehe...our topic was "man and satan".we have discussed various chapters and verses in the Bible that tackles the topic. im looking forward for next sunday's lesson, but i think i can't make it, because i have to work overtime this coming sunday. i guess, i just have to bring my Bible in the office so i can read it during breatime...
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• United States
31 May 07
yes, you can certainly take your bible with you. And in my opinion, it is never too late to discuss God! He should be our primary focus every single day of our lives, and then everything else will fall into place. Do you mind if I pray that you will be off work in time to attend Sunday School?
@AmbiePam (44038)
• United States
11 Mar 07
I was busy throwing up, sorry to gross you out. I felt bad for missing because I like to hear my dad preach. I heard he did really well this morning in getting the message across. It was all about what do we, as Christians, care more for? The church building, making it look nice, or getting people here no matter what? We think it's all about us, all the church related causes, what we get out of church, but we lose focus on getting people into church and hearing about the Lord.
• United States
19 May 07
My pastor has a saying that I absolutely love. When he talks about our music minister he says "Brother Mike is going to come lead you in worship. But he can't take you where you don't want to go." It's up to each of us to put into it what we want to get out of it.
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