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Weekend thoughts

October 17th, 2009 Posted in essentials, Pastor's corner, sermons, travel

Are these the end times? Are we seeing Bible prophecies fullfilled before our very eyes? Are we close to the return of Jesus Christ?

The short answer to those questions, in my opinion, is “Yes!”

This Sunday, I am starting a new series on this very topic. It’s part of our Essentials series, and we’ll start by taking a “big picture” look at the order of events in the last days.

I hope you can join us, as I believe it is information you need to hear.

Back from Chicago

I just got back yesterday from Chicago, where we had a great time. I was able to hang with my buddy James McDonald, and sample some killer
Chicagoland cuisine. That would be deep dish pizza and the very unusual but delicious Chicago hot dog.

But the real reason I was there (besides getting heartburn) was to speak to a group of more than 400 Chicagoland pastors. I’ll be making more trips to the “Windy City” in the months ahead as we prepare for our first Harvest Crusades event in Chicago.

This and that

You may want to check out my column at WorldNetDaily, as well as my long-form weekend devotion.

4 Responses to “Weekend thoughts”

  1. Henry Rhodes III says:

    I just wanted you to know how much I depend on your ministry. Your pod-casts online have really saved my life . I have rededicated myself to the lord and been blessed by your insights and love your ministry very much.

  2. Marie says:

    Hey, don’t you be kicking our “dog’s” surfer boy!:O)
    They say that the hot peppers neutralize all the unhealthy stuff that is those hotdog’s but I actually stay away from them myself. I think they will kill you faster than the pizza! California has this unusual thing called the pastrami sandwhich. I happen to love those, actually crave them from time to time. Tried to recreate them myself but there are just not the same. California also has a strange aversion to salt. Whenever I visit I pack my salt shaker! What, you all been breathing that salty sea air so long that you don’t want to eat the stuff too?
    lol!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I wanted to thank you for allowing God to thunderiously speak through you today. He is the potter and we are the clay; it’s only through his words that brings transformation in the body of Christ to have a burden through his teachings of the word and mighty spirit to allow us to pray and live to bring others to the cross. I so very much appreciate your time in study and personal devotion to our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. God bless you from the throne room of heaven and may his heavenly host continue to surround those you love.

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