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New Year’s Joke #3

Happy New Year

I heard of a person whose New Year’s resolution is to break his New Year’s resolutions….That way he succeeds at something!*

Did you know…everybody wants to succeed in life but success is not measure by fame or fortune. True success will be seen by what happens in eternity.

Here’s the question to ask: Am I ready to stand before God? 

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*Original Source: www.jokes4us.com/holidayjokes/newyearsjokes.html

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New Year’s Joke #2

Happy New Year

I heard of a person whose New Year’s resolution is a FAT bank account and a THIN body. I hope they don’t get the two mixed up.*

Did you know…that most resolutions don’t even last two weeks. It’s a temporary change but the change that Jesus Christ brings to a person’s life lasts forever.

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*Original Source: www.jokes4us.com/holidayjokes/newyearsjokes.html

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New Year’s Joke #1

Happy New Year

A New Year’s resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other.*

Did you know…that many people try to “turn over a new leaf” with the New Year but only God can truly give you a new beginning and new life–real life.

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*Original Source: www.jokes4us.com/holidayjokes/newyearsjokes.html

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My Daddy Came

A while back we were leading a VBS at a country church. On the final evening, a tall man walked through the doors. Even though his wife and daughter came to church regularly, he rarely came with them. But on this night, his little girl had tugged on his heart to attend. She had heard us say that we were going to get inside a 6-foot balloon for “family night” and she wanted her daddy to be there to see it.

“My daddy came,” she told me before the service started. I walked over and shook his hand and could tell that it didn’t seem that he really wanted to be there. But he had come because she had invited him.

As we used the 6-foot balloon, we shared the Gospel. We spoke about God’s love, how our sin separates us from Him, and how God can save anyone who is willing to receive Him.

At the end of the church service, this tall, rough-looking man turned to his wife and said, “I’m never coming back here again.” He stormed out of the church and sped off in his pickup.

I remember seeing the wife and the pastor’s wife praying and crying on the front pew of the church. The wife and daughter waited for about an hour before going home. She wanted to give him time to “cool off.”

When she arrived home, his pickup was in the driveway but he wasn’t in the living room. She opened the bedroom door. There he was. She could tell that he had been crying.

“I’m sorry,” he said. “But when I heard them say that God could forgive anyone, it made me mad because I knew that God could never forgive me.”

Then he continued to explain how he had come home, gone in the bedroom, and in anger, he had begun telling God all the reasons why he could never be forgiven, all the reasons why God could never love Him.

“Suddenly,” he said, “I found myself on my knees. It was like there was a presence in the room that I had never felt before. I found myself telling God that if he would take me, I would come. I don’t know how to explain it, but God saved me tonight.”


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Written by Kolby King. © Copyright 2017 Kolby King

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The Real Meaning of October

Have you ever wondered what “October” means? Where did it come from and what spiritual emphasis could it have for you this month?

Let’s find out…

The Really Meaning of October

“October” actually comes from the number “eight” (ôctō in Latin, like Octogon, a shape with eight sides). It was the eighth month in the old Roman calendar, but kept its name after January and February were inserted into the calendar. In other words, it has a name that is no longer true.

Throughout Scripture, God changed people’s names too. Abram to Abraham, Jacob to Israel, etc. This marked the end of who they were and beginning of who they are.

When I came to Christ, it marked the end of who I was and beginning of a new life.

The Bible says, “Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.” (2 Cor. 5:17)

Although October is usually associated with Halloween, pumpkins and spooky monsters, October is truly a season of change and a time of ending. Perhaps it’s time for a change in your life. Are you ready for God to give you a new name? If you know Christ, are you living up to the name He has already given you?

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Christmas Family Devotion #9

FOOD FOR THOUGHT, part  4

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Take turns roasting marshmallows over a candle. This can be safely done inside, but be sure to tell your children never to do this unless you are with them. Also, if you put the marshmallow on a fork to hold it over the flame, don’t immediately stick it into your mouth. Instead, scrape it onto a plate and use a separate utensil with which to eat it

ASKHow did the marshmallow change when it was over the fire? (It looked different. It even tasted different. It got hot, etc.)

SAY—Just like the flame brought a change to the marshmallows, Jesus can bring a change to anyone who is willing to give their lives to Him.

Read 2 Corinthians 5:17 from your Bible.

SAY—It doesn’t matter how good or bad a person is or what they look like or what mistakes they’ve made, Jesus is willing to save anyone who comes to Him. Jesus can even change the heart of the meanest person in the world if that person is willing to accept Him as Lord and Savior.

PRAY—Pray for someone you know whom you think doesn’t know Jesus.

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