Why Me?

23 A person’s steps are made secure by the Lord    when they delight in his way.24 Though they trip up, they won’t be thrown down,    because the Lord holds their hand. (Proverbs 37:23-24, Common English Bible) I know, I am late again. I debated with myself yesterday and ended up not writing at all. I wanted to write today (Monday) but to …

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My House, My Rules

It would seem that I messed up. I accidently deleted the video from today's service while trying to share it. I am trying to recover it but I don't know if it will work or not. When I tried to look it up how to recover it, some say it is impossible. I did find …

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Your Stuff

Of all the things we can find todayThe things we think we needTo seek and gain the toys of lifeAt the best possible speed. Give me fast, give me slickMy car makes me look good.500 horses with speeds of 180Now I’ll be understood. Driving my car pleases me so,The speed gives me a rush.What just …

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What in the Heck is a Gittith? (Psalm 8)

Psalm 8 For the music leader. According to the Gittith. A psalm of David. 8 Lord, our Lord, how majestic    is your name throughout the earth!    You made your glory higher than heaven!2 From the mouths of nursing babies    you have laid a strong foundation    because of your foes,    in order to stop vengeful enemies.3 When I look up at your skies,    at what …

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Why Did Jesus Have to Die?

I hate it when I drive down, and a sermon idea pops into my head. I am driving (and usually in a hurry), I can't ignore the street to write it down. I would have to pull off the road to write them down. Like I said, I am usually in a hurry so that …

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Grace, We Know

I missed "Sing Along Saturday" last week but I am back with it today. Today's poem that will become a song, "Grace, We Know," has its roots in Psalm 8. Verse 1Why Lord, why on earth do you care?Into the star filled sky I stare.With all your power all you madeLord we fell short. We …

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Dandelion Paradox Video

Worship from Perritte Memorial United Methodist Church in Nacogdoches Texas. This is the first sermon in the series "Four Parables." https://youtu.be/ihzswMEJ9_U There is a slight video error that we could not remove in the editing process. It only lasts for 1-2 seconds. We hope to avoid such issues in the future.

The Dandelion Paradox (Manuscript)

24 Jesus told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like someone who planted good seed in his field. 25 While people were sleeping, an enemy came and planted weeds among the wheat and went away. 26 When the stalks sprouted and bore grain, then the weeds also appeared. 27 “The servants of the landowner came and said to him, ‘Master, …

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Kindness from the Listening Ear

3 Don’t be jealous or proud, but be humble and consider others more important than yourselves. (Philippians 2:3, Contemporary English Version). https://youtu.be/u1_dYypojbE I have made it no secret that I love TED talks. I decided on this particular TED talk because I have been talking about kindness for the past week or so and this particular …

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Sunday Worship from Perritte Memorial United Methodist Church

Scripture Lesson: John 1:26-42Sermon Series: On the Spiritual TrailSermon Title: "The Lifesaving Station" For whatever their reason is this time, Facebook has decided not to play well with other platforms. Before the past month or so I could download a video, upload it to YouTube and show it here. They have taken the download option …

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