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This Weekend at Harvest – Franklin Graham and Dennis Agajanian!

November 27th, 2010 Posted in sermons

Join us this weekend at Harvest Riverside as I speak on one of the most well-known statements that Jesus ever gave.
I think it is an especially important one to consider with the busyness of the Christmas season. It’s when He said, “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light” (Matthew 11:28-30).
These words from Jesus are for every person in every place with any problem. They are for the rich and poor, the young and old, the healthy and sick. They are for men and women.
But what does it mean to “take His yoke upon us?”
We will find out in our message, which will be followed by a communion service.
Our service times are 7:45, 9:45, and 11:45.

Franklin Graham and Dennis Agajanian on Sunday night.

At our Sunday evening service (5:00 P.M.), we have very special guest, Franklin Graham, speaking. Franklin, the son of Billy and Ruth Graham, is the C.E.O. of Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
We will be dedicating the special Christmas boxes we have been collecting and pray that God will use them. Also featured Sunday night will be musician extraodinaire, Dennis Agajanian.
Join us live or watch online at www.harvest.org.

3 Responses to “This Weekend at Harvest – Franklin Graham and Dennis Agajanian!”

  1. Gracie says:

    So much to be thankful for. It brought to me thoughts of your two beautiful granddaughters from your son Christopher. I keep them in prayer always, and can’t help but think of the special meanings of their names- Stella (Star) and Lucy (Light). So you have your “Starlight” in holding the special memories of their father–and that “illumination” will never cease to exist. God bless you, Pastor Greg.

  2. Ernest says:

    I am a saved wretch! After years of claiming to be an atheist, the Father has drawn me to the Son. If I had the time and room to share my testamony with you today, you would understand why I too was one who hated the Christmas holidays. But I now know and understand the gospel of Jesus Christ. And that is the key! Share the gospel with those who suffer this time of year and their suffering will be relieved. I praise you my Lord Jesus. Not only did you save me from the wrath of the Father but from myself. Amen.

  3. Ernest says:

    Greg, I can’t imagine a better part of scripture for the Christmas holiday. It is well known that this is the time of year that so many people suffer depression and dispair. Ironic, simply because this the complete opposite of what we should be feeling at this time. Jesus is our hope and redeemer. If we just put our trust in him, we can avoid this seasonal epidemic. Understanding the gospel is the key. If we reach out and successfully convey it, I know these feelings will be eliminated. Glory be to God.

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