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Luke 11:1-13

Guest Speaker - Kevin Laser

Dear GFC Family, This Sunday (May 20th) one of our own men, Kevin Laser will be preaching from Luke 11:1-13, "Glorifying God Through Prayer". Come join us at 9:30, and be blessed by the hearing of the Word of God! Luke 11:1-13: 1 It happened that while Jesus was praying in a certain place, after He had finished, one of His disciples said to Him, "Lord, teach us to pray ...

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Psalm 119:105-112

Psalm 119-105-112

In 2006, an English mountain climber died on Mt. Everest after he stopped moving. His death did not cause him to stop moving but the cessation of movement did cause his death. He perished from hypothermia some time after he fainted and collapsed on the mountain. The church of Jesus Christ is like that. If it stops moving, it dies. If it stops working for the Lord, it ceas...

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Vision Sunday Ps. 119

GFC Vision Sunday

The second point of GFC's Vision Statement says: We proclaim grace upon grace through worship. Because God's grace is so prevalent in the Bible, we are also committed to emphasizing it in our worship. Colossians 3:16 says, "Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you, with all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, sin...

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Romans 14-16

Romans 14-16

Several years ago, a popular Christian blogger asked his audience to tell him what their churches were fighting over today. It was a simple request but, to his surprise, "the Twitter survey blew up." He received thousands of replies, and here are a few of the ones that caught his attention: their churches are fighting over the length of the worship pastor's beard the...

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Romans 12 & 13

Romans 12-13

In preparing for this week's sermon, I came across a series of questions that started with the phrase "Which one bothered you more?" They were very convicting to me and I thought I would share them with you. Here they are in order: 1. Which one bothered you more: "A soul lost in Hell or a scratch on your new car?" 2. Which one bothered you more: "Missing the morning wors...

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Romans 10 & 11

Romans 10 & 11

Neil Marten, a member of the British Parliament, was once giving a tour of the House of Parliament to some friends when they came across Lord Hailsham, a leading figure in the government. Hailsham immediately recognized Marten in the group and cried out in a loud voice "Neil!" Not daring to disobey the command, the entire group of visitors promptly fell to their knees. Th...

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Romans 9

Romans 9

Frederick Lehman was a German immigrant who moved to America when he was four years old. At the age of eleven, he became a Christian and went on to study for the ministry and pastor several churches in Iowa, Indiana, and Missouri. He also wrote hundreds of Gospel songs, the most famous being "The Love of God." The first verse and the chorus say this: The love of God is ...

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1 Corinthians 15

Easter Weekend

Throughout the centuries, there have been several theories used to disprove the resurrection of Jesus Christ. These include the swoon theory, the theft theory, and the wrong tomb theory. There has also been the magician theory, the hallucination theory, and the twin theory (the idea that Jesus had a twin brother who was crucified). One of the most interesting ones was the ...

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Romans 8

Romans 8

During the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, no protective devices were used. 23 men fell to their deaths. As a result, the work slowed down until the contractors decided to put in a safety net. After several weeks, the net saved 10 lives, and the work increased by 25%. Why? Because the men felt safe. They knew that something was there to catch them. Paul alludes to...

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Romans 7

Romans 7

In the 5th Century, a monk named Benedict of Nursia struggled tremendously with sin. Try as he might, he just could not get victory over it. He went so far as to wear a rough hair shirt and live for three years in a desolate cave where his food was lowered to him by a cord. At another time, he threw himself into a thorn bush, only to come out bloody and beaten up, but it d...

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