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December Joke #7

Did you ever eat a clock?

It’s time consuming.

Sometimes we think we have all the time in the world but one thing is certain: None of us will live forever.

The Good News is that you can know for sure that you will go to Heaven when you die.

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December Joke #6

What do you have in December that you don’t have in any other month?

The letter “D”.

What do you have that no one else has?

Did you know that no who has ever lived has fingerprints like yours?

Did you know that nobody has ever had eyes like yours?

You are one-of-a-kind and God’s plans for you are special and unique to you.

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December Joke #5

What is the difference between the alphabet and the Christmas alphabet?

The Christmas alphabet has no L (Noel).

An alphabet without an “L” is incomplete. A life without Christ is incomplete too.

Did you know that God designed you for a purpose? The Lord loves you and has great plans for your life.

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December Joke #4

While decorating Christmas cookies, I accidentally swallowed some food coloring.

The doctor said I will be fine, but I feel like I dyed a little inside.

Some people feel something different on the inside…They feel empty. But God created you for so much more.

Life is more than breathing, feeling and existing. Discover the real meaning of life and the great plans God has for you – Click HERE.


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December Joke #3

What did the gingerbread man put on his bed?

A cookie sheet.

Cookies and cookie sheet naturally go together. They’re just a perfect fit for each other.

Did you know that you were created to perfectly walk with God? But we’ve got a problem…

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December Joke #1

Why did the candy cane get in a fight?

Because it wanted to get a licking.

Believe it or not, a Candy Cane can represent a lot about the real meaning of Christmas.

If you turn it upside down, it’s a “J” which can stand for “Jesus” whom God sent to be the Savior of the world.

Turn it right side up and it looks like a shepherd’s staff. The shepherds were the first people to whom God proclaimed through the angels that the Savior had been born.

The red stripe can represent the blood that Jesus shed on the cross to save us from our sins and white stripe can represent the purity that only comes when people receive Christ as their Lord and Savior.

As you eat the candy cane, everything disappears and only the white remains. This can show how Jesus removes our sins to make us “whiter” than snow.

What’s Christmas all about? It’s all about Jesus!

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How God Touched a Life

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone cry so hard.”

This past July I sat next to a 47-year old man who had attended one of our events. In the service I had shared about Jesus and Peter walking on the water.

“I just don’t know how much of that I can believe,” he said, with tears in his eyes. “I want to believe but how can I believe in a ‘good’ God when all I’ve ever seen is bad.”

He continued to tell me about his childhood and how, as an adult, he had gone to prison for attempted murder.

“I even have a 9-year old daughter that I’ve never met,” he said.

We talked. He struggled. God was moving in his heart. We talked about his life. We talked about Scripture, about how Jesus had called Peter to come and how Peter had stepped out of the boat. He didn’t need to have all the answers to simply trust.

I walked him through the plan of salvation. He asked questions and then he told me that he needed time to think. I asked if I could pray for him and as I prayed, he began to sob harder than I have ever seen anyone cry. Tears literally dripped in a stream from his face.

I gave him my phone number and told him to call and let me know how he was doing. He talked to me the next day.

“Last night,” he said, “I was washing my clothes and a pastor was there doing his laundry as well. We talked for three hours and I decided to surrender my life to Jesus Christ.”

It’s amazing how God puts people in the right place at the right time to share His love. God still changes lives!


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Written by Kolby King. © Copyright 2017 Kolby King

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“I Don’t Need This Anymore”

A number of years ago, I stood outside an old, leaning house. Years of neglect marked the small place. There was trash strewn across the front yard and it was squished along of row of other inner-city homes. Across the street was an abandoned field with chest-tall grass and I could hear dogs barking all around. Standing next to a pile of beer cans on the front porch, I gently knocked on the door. When it opened, my visitation partner and I saw one of the biggest men I’ve ever seen. He was taller than the door frame and his shadow filled the sides. He invited us inside and we stepped forward to see him in the light. He was muscle from head to toe, wearing only gray shorts, and as he closed the door, he began to make fists. I had spoken to him earlier on the phone and he had been expecting us but he suddenly became angry. Muscles grew across his body as he stiffened. He raised his fists to his head and everything inside me screamed, “Get out of here. He’s going to kill you!” But then he turned and leaned on the wall.

“I hate my life,” he said as tears streamed down his face.

“Kenny,” I said, “Let’s sit down and talk.”

I sat in the middle on the couch, sandwiched between this giant of a man and my friend who immediately began sharing Jesus with him. This man was a ex-convict, just recently out of prison but already back in a world of hurt and trouble. He never told us what he had done to spend so many years in jail, only that if he told us, “you would want to leave this place and never talk to me again.”

I watched this man argue that God could never forgive him and then soften as the Holy Spirit brought conviction and truth. At last, I watch as he bowed his head and prayed one of the most simply but powerful prayers I’ve ever heard, “God, I got nothing to give you but if you’ll take me, I’ll come. Amen.”

He looked up. For the first time, a smile filled his face. His eyes, that had looked so dead, now looked so alive. God had saved him!

Moments later, as we continued talking about his new life in Christ, he stood up and grabbed something from the coffee table. We followed to the kitchen as he lifted a beer can and drained it down the sink. “I don’t need this anymore.”

God changes lives. Pray for us as we seek to reach those who normally wouldn’t come to church.

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©Copyright 2017 Kolby King


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