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Donate and listen to podcasts WR WL.org were back and were going to continue with the reading of the stranger on the readings by Pastor Joe Larson, but it's by written by a girlfriend of mine… Pastor Joe tell you those maintenance drugs are growing more and you and I were there very talking to strangers trials and tribulations down the road good friend of the wonderful Christian man.

This is the story you told the old man was alone by the fire that might his wife and kids were in bed. Christmas was near, but it was out of a job and could barely keep his family fed. It was snowing outside and cold in the room cold because he had little wood left to burn. This would be a sad Christmas with cupboards, so bear, for he had run out of places to turn in the firelight dam. He folded his hands and knelt by an old chair to pray. Dear Lord, he said, but here he should.

I don't know just what I should say. Then came a knock at the door and he could pray no more was a young man in the shivering night's coat was old issues were worn and he was really quite a pitiful sight.

I've been walking all night young man said, and my home is still far away. If I may worn by your fire for a while. Only a minute. I will stay. The old man through a lot in the fire made him a bite to eat your very kind sir, that the young lad is the old man gave him his own seat or are you bound on this cold winter night dressed so regular and bare I'm headed home reply dear man like my father waits for me there, like care about this regular Coke. If only his face.

I could see when I get home, I'll have all I need for bear with my father. I'll be well.

Then he went to leave so the old man got up and brought out the only coat he had dear take my coat further whether exceptionally bad electric to coat the good stuff on said goodbye before the old man could ask for. He wanted to know his name but when he looked out the door. The stranger was gone and not a trace could be found in the snow but Verity Gerd was a new stack of wood higher than a man could build and when he came back inside. He looked in the kitchen and couldn't believe that all the cupboards were filled the chair in which the stranger that was now one made of pure gold, but on the back of the chair know Kim and this is the message that old my father and yours are one and the same you been a good brother to me. What a man sows, so shall you reap. And thus it shall always be when I knocked on the door you opened it for me and gave me what you needed to know as you have done for stranger in need.

So which shall be done unto you. Quite a story, but it is the essence of really truly different right again. I want to wish all of those folks when I think about this. We been blessed to assure we we took on so many new radio stations because it was happening at country is as we saw we had when elections: we were literally we are at war with communism right now. Where were when communism which is the antichrist system were still here were still in here.

Not only are we still here and on the air and we're where more stations than ever and the letters were getting from our listeners out there are so encouraging to tell us you know where you know it's so much easier to run to the battle when you know that you've got people behind praying for you and and we can feel their prayers and I when I get him for all of you listed all of you people I talked into the tenant telephones a ring off the hook. God bless you and I hope that this is the bliss best.

Very best Christmas ever, and Phyllis tell the people out there that all of those letters and when they send us and they send us donations that we gather and we pray for them like what you read at least twice because the opener reads them and then we then we go through these and I'm glad you brought that up is out. I wanted to, and I'm glad you did it and and so we read them we have the deacons and the pastors at our church a people when radio program and and we read every request we market down and then it is individually truck accessories apps individually again. It's then prayed for and you know and that's it ended and that's whether or not you give, you need to know that we don't. I mean if there's if if there's money in the low grade if there is not that we pray this same is our privilege to pray we feel it's our duty to pray and we feel that you all are part of our family.

Whatever you want to call this your wit wit tied to you with a short rope to like like relatives so thank you Gil for sending. Please keep in send and it does encourage us, and every non-that somebody mentioned like somebody by name IW that wanted a quick yeah just had a call this afternoon.

Did from Lisa from Northeast Texas who assess for prayer after we already had our prayer Thursday morning prayer meeting but I just wanted to lift Lisa up and we were praying for her.

Her health that the Lord bless her and give her a healing in every way that she needs you, but is it's three times and and and and and let's face it pastor's path to SanDisk.tv's a centerfielder. He runs the meeting and we all pray we all have a Timex and I thank you very much. Please, please, keep it, but please keep your prayer request, send, and also the your your ride give request to life than those of next week.

We make sure that those in the field and its and somebody looks and after that so thank you for being a blessing and you will need to know that and then you will never know who hears this brought tears so those of you that help us and pray for Austin, which is pretty much all all of you sure then you don't know whose life you you change it just because they herded that day and we have talked to people who've been all types of situations and predicaments and whatever else you can imagine that life will bring. But God has been faithful and we are very grateful for you and for the Lord and for each other. Thank you very much because you are our Christmas gift for blessing. All right, we're going to now have a reading and that this is one of the favorites. One of my favorite stories is pop up at Penn special Christmas by Leo Tolstoy.

He was born Leo Tolstoy was born in Russia to a very wealthy family. Tolstoy sometimes felt bad that he was so rich. What other people were so hungry and poor. He often worked in behalf of the less fortunate.

Even took time off for project searches.

Writing stories for children starting school for peasant children.

It was Christmas Eve and although was still afternoon lights had begun to appear in the shops and houses of the little Russian village for the short winter day was nearly over excited children scurried indoors and not only muffled sounds of chatter and laughter escaped from close shutters old Poppa panel of the village shoemaker stepped outside the shop.

Take one last look around the sounds of happiness.

The bright lights in the faint but delicious smells of Christmas cooking reminded him of past Christmas times when his wife is still been alive and is own children little now. They had gone. His usual cheerful face with the little after wrinkles behind the rounds feels that looks sad now, but he went back indoors with her firm step but up the shutters set a pot of coffee on the heat on the charcoal stove, then with a sigh, he settled in this big armchair Poppa panel did not often read, but tonight tonight he pulled down the big old family Bible and slowly tracing the lines with one forefinger he read again the Christmas story he read how Mary and Joseph hired by their journey to Bethlehem, found no room for them in the end, so that Mary's little baby was born in the cow shed, oh dear, dear exclaimed Poppa panel, if only they had come here.

I would've given them my bed and I could've covered the baby with my patchwork quilt to keep him warm. He went on about the wise men who had come to see the baby Jesus bringing him splendid gifts Poppa panel's face fell.

I have no gift that I could give him. He thought family that his face brightened he put down the Bible. He got up and stretched his long arms to the shelf hi up on the little room, he took down a small dusty box and opened it. Inside was a perfect pair of tiny leather shoes pop up out of smiled with satisfaction. Yes, yes, they were as good as they as he had remembered the best shoes he had ever made. I should give him these he decided as he gently put them away and sit down again. He was feeling tired now and in the further he read the sleepier he became one of the print begin to dance before his eyes, so that he close them just for a minute and no time of all Poppa panel was fast asleep.

And as he slept.

He dreamed he dreamed that someone was in the room and he knew it once is one dozen dreams who that person was.

It was Jesus. You have been wishing that you could see me Poppa panel, he said kindly then took them look look for me tomorrow it will be Christmas day and I will visit you. But look carefully for I shall not tell you who I am when at last Poppa panel for woke the bells were ringing out in a thin, light was filtering through the shutters bless my soul that Poppa panel is Christmas day, he stood up and stretched himself, for he was rather step that his face filled with happiness as he remembered his dream.

This would be a very special Christmas after all for Jesus was coming to visit him only look when he be a little baby as of the first Christmas would be a grown man, a carpenter, or the great King that he is God's son, he must watch carefully the whole day through, so that he recognized him.

However he came of a battle put out a special pot of coffee for his Christmas breakfast. He took down the shutters.

He looked out the window.

The street was deserted. No one no one was staring at no one except the road sweeper. It looked as miserable and as dirty as ever.

As well he might. Whoever wanted to work on Christmas Day and in the raw, cold and bitter freezing missile such a morning Poppa panel opened the shop door lit in a thin stream of cold air command and he shouted across the street cheerfully come in and have some hot coffee to keep out the cold.

The sweeper looked up, scarcely able to blame his ears. He was only too glad to put down his room and coming to the warm room is old clothes steamed gently is the heat of the stove and he clasped both red hands around the comforting warm mug as he drank of a panel question with satisfaction but every now and then his eyes strayed to the window, it would never do to miss his special visitor expecting someone the sweeper asked that last Poppa panel told him about his dream. Well I hope he comes the sweeper said you've given me a bit of Christmas cheer. I never expected to have. I'd say you deserve to have your dream come true.

And he actually smiled. We had gone Poppa panel but on cabbage soup for his dinner.

They went to the door again, scanning the street. He saw no one but it was mistaken. Someone was coming. The girl walked so slowly and quietly hugging the walls of the shops in the houses that it was a while before he noticed her.

She looked very tired and she was carrying something and as Ed as she drew near he could see that it was a baby wrapped in a thin shawl. There was such sadness in her face and in the little face. The baby, the Poppa panel's heart went out to them.

All you come in. He called stepping outside to meet them. You both need a warm place by the fire and arrest the young mother let him Shepherd her indoors to the comfort of the armchair.

She gave a big sigh of relief.

I warm some milk for the baby Poppa panel said that I've had children of my own psyche I can feeder for you. He took the Milken from the stove and carefully fed the baby from the spoon warming her tiny little feet by the stove at the same time she needs Sue's teenage chose the cobbler said, but the girl replied I can afford shoes, I've got no husband to bring home money. I'm on my way to the next village to find work.

Sudden thought flashed through Poppa panel's mind.

He remember the little shoes that he had looked at last night, but he had been keeping those for Jesus.

He looked again at the cold little feet and made up his mind. Try these on her, he said, handing them in the baby and the shoes to the mother. The beautiful little shoes were perfect fit. The girl smiled happily in the baby gurgled with pleasure. You have been so kind to us. The girl said when she got up with her baby to go mail all your Christmas wishes come true. But Poppa panel was beginning to wonder if his very special Christmas wish would come true. Perhaps he had missed his visitor. He looked anxiously up and down the street. There were plenty of people about what they were off faces that he recognized there were neighbors going to call and their families. They nodded and smiled and they wished him for him and a very happy Christmas or beggars and pop up out of current indoors to fetch them some hot soup and some generous hunks of bread carrying out again in case you miss the important stranger. When pop up out of next went to the door and strained his eyes, he could no longer make out the passersby.

Most were home and indoors by now anyway.

He walked slowly back to his room and lasting daily put up the shutters and sit down wearily is armchair, so admin just a dream yes that's all. After all, it was just a dream. Jesus had not come all at once he knew that he was no longer alone in the room. This is not a dream, for he was wide awake. At first he seemed to see before his eyes. The long stream of people would come to him that day he saw again the old road sweeper. The young mother and her baby in the beggars he had fed as they passed each whispered did you see me did you see me Poppa panel, who are you, we call out bewildered than another voice answered him, it was the voice from his dream, the voice of Jesus.

I was hungry and you fed me. He said I was naked and you clothed me, I was cold and you won't.

I came to you today and every one of those you helped and welcomed that all was quiet and still only the sound of the big clock to a great peace and happiness seemed to fill the room overflowing pop of Panos heart until he wanted to burst out singing and laughing and dancing with joy so it didn't come after all was all that he said amen and amen. Was it a good one, write a story guy is one of my favorite and then knelt lit has a story and will go ahead with RA.

Thank you. This is titled the on Santa's team by an author unknown. My grandma taught me everything about Christmas. I was just a kid, I remember tearing across time my bike to visitor on the day. My big sister dropped the bomb.

There is no Santa Claus jeered my sister even dummies know that my grandma was not a gushy kind never have been. I fled to her that day because I knew she would be straight with me. I knew grandma always told the truth and I knew that the truth always went down a whole lot easier when swallowed with one of her world-famous cinnamon buns grandma was at home in the buns were still warm. Between the bites.

I told her everything she was ready for me.

No Santa Claus she snorted, ridiculous. Don't believe it.

That rumor has been going around for years and it makes me mad plain mad now put on your coat and let's go go go where grandma I asked. I haven't even finished my second cinnamon bun where turned out to be Kirby's general store. The one store in town that had a little bit of just about everything as we walk through its doors.

Grandma handed me $10 that was a bundle in those days take this money, she said, and buy something for someone who needs it. I'll wait for you in the car that she turned and walked out of Kirby's I was only eight years old and often gone shopping with my mother but I had never shops for anything all by myself. The store seem big and crowded, full of people scrambling to finish her Christmas shopping for a few moments. I just stood there, confused, clutching at that $10 bill wondering what to buy and to unearth the buy it for. I thought of everybody I knew my family, my friends, my neighbors, the kids at school. The people who went to my church.

I was just about out of thoughts when suddenly I thought of Bobby Decker.

He was a kid with bad breath and messy hair. He sat right behind me in this bullocks grade 2 class Bobby Decker didn't have a coat. I knew that because he never went out for recess during winter. His mother always wrote a note telling teacher. He had a cough but all the kids knew that Bobby Decker didn't have a cough. He didn't have a coat. I fingered the $10 bill with growing excitement. I would thought by Bobby Decker coat. I settled on a red corduroy one that had a hood. I looked real warm and he would like that. I did see a price tag but $10 to buy anything. I put to coat in my $10 bill on the counter and push push them toward the lady behind it.

She looked at the coat the money in me. Is this a Christmas present for someone she asked kindly. Yes I replied shyly.

It's for Bobby. He's in my class. He doesn't have a coat. The nice lady smiled at me.

I didn't get any change but she put the code in a bag and wish me a Merry Christmas. That evening, grandma help me wrap the coat in Christmas paper and ribbon's and right to Bobby from Santa Claus. Grandma said that Santa always insisted on secrecy. Then she drove me over to Bobby Decker's house explaining as we went that I was now and forever officially one of Santa's helpers grandma parked down the street from body cells and she and I crept noiselessly and hid in the bushes buddies from lock suddenly grandma gave me a nice all right Santa Claus whispered get going. I took a deep breath – for his front door through the present down on his step pounded the doorbell twice and flew back to the safety of the bushes and grandma together. We waited restlessly in the darkness for that front door open. Finally did in their stead Bobby. He looked down, looked around, picked up this present took it inside and closed the door.

40 years haven't dimmed the thrill of those moments spent shivering beside my grandma and Bobby Decker's bushes that night and realize that those awful rumors. The path cynical schism were just what grandma said to put ridiculous all right fashion that antacids very good. I'm going to read the Christmas angels within Pastor Joe, you have some stories thereto, so we prepared because this will only take me a few minutes I'm always prepared. It was December 23, 1993 for a single mom who was going to college and supporting my children completely alone. Christmas was looking pretty bleak. Looked around my little home realizing daunting like a slow twisting pain. We are poor or tiny house had two bedrooms, both of the living room. It was so small that my baby daughters could barely fit into one room and my sons twin bed and dresser was pleasing to the other. There was no way they could share a room, so I made my bed every night on the living room floor. The three of us share the only closet in the house. We were snug always only a few feet from each other, day and night with no doors on the children through. I could see and hear them at all times made them feel secure and made me feel close to them a blessing. I would've had another and no other circumstances, it was early evening about 8 o'clock. The snow was falling softly, silently, my children were both asleep. I was wrapped in a blanket sitting at the window watching the pottery flakes letter in the dimming light my front door vibrated with a pounding fist alarmed.

I wanted who would be was stopped by an analysis such a snowy winter night open the door to find a group of strangers grinning from ear to ear their arms laden with boxes and bags confused. The finding enjoys. Contagious. I grin right back at them.

Are you Susan, the man stepped forward as he held out a box for me nodding stupid, unable to find my voice. I would surely thought I was mentally deficient.

These are for you and the woman thrust another box at me with a huge beaming smile. The porch light in in the snow falling behind her cash to go over her dark hair lending her angelic appearance.

I look down into her box was filled to the top with delicious treats of fat turkey and all the makings of a traditional Christmas dinner. My eyes filled with tears as the realization of why they were there washed over me finally come to my senses. I found my voice invited the men following the husband were two children staggering with the weight of their packages. The family introduce themselves and told me their packages were all gifts for my little family. This wonderful beautiful family who were total strangers to me somehow knew exactly what we needed the brought wrapped gift for each of us a full buffet for me to to make an Christmas day and many extras. I could never afford visions of a beautiful normal Christmas, literally danced in my head somehow somehow my secret wish for Christmas was materializing right here in front of the desperate prayers of a single mom had been heard in a knew right then that God has sent his angels my way.

My mysterious angels and handymen. A white envelope and gave me another round of grants and took turns hugging me and wished me a Merry Christmas and disappeared into the night as suddenly as they had appeared amazed and deeply touched I looked around I looked around me at the boxes and gifts strewn with my feet in. I felt the ache of depression suddenly being transformed into a childlike joy. I begin to cry. I cried hard, sobbing tears of the deepest gratitude. A great sense of peace filled me the knowledge of God's love reaching into my tiny little corner of this world enveloped me like a warm quilt art was full. I fell to my knees and amid all the boxes and offered a heartfelt prayer of thanks. Getting to my feet.

I wrap myself in my blankets and sat once again to gaze out the window looked the gently falling snow. Suddenly I remembered the envelope like a child. I ripped it open and gasped at what I saw a shower of bills flitting to the floor, gather them up. I begin to count the five the 10 the $20 bills is my vision blurred with tears icon and the money then recounted to make sure I had I had a right sobbing again.

I said it out loud $100 looked at my children sleeping soundly in and through my tears I smiled my first happy, free of worry smile and a long, long time. My smile turned into a grin as I thought about tomorrow, Christmas Eve. One visit from complete strangers had magically turned eight, a painful day into a special one that we would always remember with happiness is now several years since our Christmas angels visited. I remarried in our household is happy and richly blessed every year since that Christmas in 1993, we have chosen the family less blessed than we we bring them carefully slipped selected gifts of food and treats as much money as we can spare. It's our way of passing on what was given to us.

It's the ripple effect of motion. We hope that the cycle continues and that some day the families we share with you will be able to pass it on to story was by Susan Fenech and men and no Pastor Joe, I'm going to tell a story worthy of Paul Harvey of the other. Remember, Paul Harvey would always tell the rest of the story well. I'm sure everyone listening is heard the story of Rudolph the red nose reindeer, but how many of you know the story behind Rudolph the red nose ring.

A man named Bob may was depressed, brokenhearted, were staring out of his drafty apartment window into the showing December night, his four-year-old daughter Barbara sat on his lap, quietly sobbing, Bob's wife Evelyn was in the hospital dying of cancer. Little Barbara couldn't understand why mommy could never come home again. Jay looked up in her dad's eyes and ask why is it mommy like everybody else's mommy. Bob's jaw tightened and his eyes welled with tears. Her question brought waves agree. Also, anger and again the story of Bob's life life always had to be different for Bob small when he was a kid.

Bob was often bullied by other boys. He was too little. At the time, to compete in sports. He was often called names he'd rather not remember from childhood.

He was different. He just never seem to fit in. Finally did complete college and got lucky and married a loving wife and was grateful to find a job as a copywriter.

It Montgomery Ward during the Great Depression, and then he was blessed with this wonderful little girl but it was all short-lived.

Evelyn's bout with cancer, stripped them all of their savings and not bother these daughter were forced to live in a two room apartment in the Chicago slums. Evelyn died just days before Christmas 1938 Bob's struggle to give hope to daughter. He couldn't afford to buy a gift for Christmas but he couldn't buy a gift. He was determined he would make one a story storybook. Bob created a character in his mind told the animal story to little Barbara to give her some comfort and help again and again.

Bob told the story, embellishing the loan more with each telling a character well but was a story about the story Bob made created was his own father autobiography in the table for the character he created was a misfit outcast, like he was a little reindeer named Rudolph for the big shiny nose.

Bob finished the book just in time to give it to his little girl and Christmas day story doesn't end there. The general manager of Montgomery Ward caught wind of the little storybook and offered Bob may a nominal fee to purchase rights to the book or to an on the print Rudolph the red nose reindeer distributed to children visiting Santa clauses in their stores. By 1946 towards it printed and distributed more than 6 million copies are Rudolph. That same year, a major publishing company wanted to purchase the rights from wards to print an updated version of the book in an unprecedented gesture of kindness, the CEO of wards returned all rights back about me. The book became a bestseller. Many toys and marketing deals followed in Bob may now remarried with the growing family became wealthy and the story from the story he created to comfort a grieving daughter but the story doesn't end there, either as brother-in-law Johnny Marks made a song that temptation to Rudolph. Though the song turned out, this turned down by popular vocalists like Bing Crosby data sure it was finally recorded by a singing cowboy, Gene Autry, Rudolph the red nose reindeer was released in 1949 became a phenomenal success selling more records than any other Christmas song, with the exception of my Christmas gift of love that Bob made created for his daughter so long ago. On returning back to blessed him again and again and Bob may learn to give from that and he also learned it. Just like his little friend Rudolph being different isn't so bad in fact being different could be a blessing and I think if you read your Scripture, God has some special names for his people because as a couple of unusual names that any pastor earning the right. We certainly are a peculiar people. Paul amen we are peculiar and that can be the greatest blessing of all Job would you bless all of us that I bite my scene, Rudolph the red nose clean. Now I don't believe that would be a blessing. Well, at least it would be entertaining as a classic pastor that we struggle little bit of Thursday in the limitless US correct truth out there you born again believers listening tonight we better get you through the speakers can be spending eternity with.

So you might as children of the bad jokes and all the rest.

And believe me we are a peculiar people look at me, my names with in their email got a short thing I want to read Ben Franklin had a lot of axioms and he wrote one about Christmas. Let no pleasure, Timothy no profit over the no ambition correctly. No example sway the no persuasion movie to do anything which thousand dollars to be evil so thou shalt live holy for a good conscience is a continual Christmas that was a fabulous thought your own good conscience is a continual Christmas that the continual blessing and a good conscience only comes from want of being being obedient and having a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, amen. You know he always sets out is very generous. He puts out a lot of cookies. Note the Santa Claus that he always ends up eaten himself. That's pastor how Larson has to have a right were doing all right and that was the greatest gift the guy never gave anyone. I mean, there is no gift, nothing that anyone can receive greater than eternal life and death so we know that you come here tonight the closes offered to have them give any special Christmas wishes for all the folks out there listing to us that everybody would get right with God and get saved in the people live for Jesus and codirector the church. The outlets, despite not as good as it gets, and that I will list is taken. So quit pastor Joe. Give yourself the lesson and not all give a special Christmas wish that includes you to in their cake.

I know okay actually hurt my cover earlier that everyone out there work find out your lawyer in case that I found when I became a born-again arranging soul was comforted.

Then I found the love and happiness. I never knew could exist and I just wish that everyone in the sound of my voice could fill that same love, wonder that I feel amen. Go ahead, Randy.

I'd like to blessed the body and say did the Lord, thank you for the blessing of the Fellowship of the people in Christ, thank you for no matter where I am a middle where I go I find somebody my spirit witness is theirs and I know that that's the spirit of life. Thank you Lord for eternal life, and thank you for the opportunity of witnessing publicly and the such a bunch of patient men and God-fearing men that that that encourage me and that that blessed me. Thank you Lord for that, and I thank you Lord also for the listening audience for people who encourage us who see the call-in at the right time writing at the right time and who also give for us at the right time because we have some some new pins this year but always brought us out and I thank you for inspiring people because the people that listen to their your people and a man with I don't know what more I can add to what's been said that I just been so blessed this last year and that's I just gallop my wishes that everybody can obediently follow the Lord and he'll give us the prizes is not what we wish for this. The surprises that he gives us. I didn't in my wildest dreams five years ago think I would be here tonight, although I've been with Pastor Eddie about 1015 years ago for a time but it's just follow what the Lord bestows upon you, and where he guides you and that's that's the wishes. Just keep that common. Amen. Well, you know, people with our ministry and activity in the pro-life loan all these years I I never thought I'd still be alive because of well you know we did. We got the enemy angry saving babies and I think about the days of Herod, when he ordered all the children killed and I think when I thinking about here this Christmas that will be sharing we've we've had. We had two great Christmas dinners already this weekly.

Amen.

At the detergent and then lastly were invited to by Peter Laura that what a wonderful dinner I put for the church to the Fellowship that I think about all that we have and how there are so many people in this world that have never never had one meal, not one like we have every day and never been blessed in all of the ways that we are blessed when I think about out there are so many people that have never had clean food, clean water. How many never had a roof over their head.

We have the children sleeping wherever they can find a place and I think I help how blessed we have been just how blessed we have been in the night and I think about how God has enabled us. He is given us the opportunity to share all of these blessings with those people that are less fortunate to be able to give you we set down and in a moment. We write out to feed the hungry defeated children to help you know it makes you feel good but it's it's not by our well it's not because we're so good at her, such as by God's grace that he is given us the opportunity to be a blessing to others, and so that's that is what mean so much to me and and and also when I think about it and I'm I'm almost as old as is is Joe and help. And when I when I go when I go down and I'm I'm out there and I see people my age having to work out outside in the cold, you know, directing traffic, or I see these people at the shopping center, grocery stores, pushing carts open because they have to, not doing it and how I bless I've been over the years we've had some tough times but those tough times just made us tougher and so that's that's a lie. Looking Christmas and I think that Christ had little blessings he's brought in and how we have been so blessed just that's that's Christmas to me. Thinking of the love that shared between the people and someday were going to be with people all through all of eternity. Might my prayer is that no one would come short that the only people out there when we give we give the limitation that people with list would listen you don't like our enemies. Our enemies hate us. We don't hate them.

We we would ask, we will pray that they would repent and not end up in the where so many were going in with that pastor. How tell them how they can get the glory and how they can forsake that lake of fire.

First of all, the Bible, the King James Bible has the answer is not that great in 519 to wit good God was in Christ reconciling the world unto himself, not their trespasses unto them and is committed unto us the word of reconciliation. The only way you can be reconciled to God through the Lord Jesus Christ Elliot the religious leaders of the world and foster the other religions to come up bankrupt because God was in Jesus that nobody else in the only the pure sinless blood of Jesus can wash away our sin and think that something had to be paid for is a righteous goddess was a loving God is love entered into it, and that he allowed Jesus to transfer your guilt and mine for all our sins onto his son. So when Jesus was mystified on the cross of Calvary. God was allowing him to pay the payment in full for everything you and I have ever done. No matter how bad your sins are bent. No matter how many things you've done, and so when did Bible says in Ephesians 17 in whom we have redemption through his blood is not three. Join in the church is not for your good work that your bad work is one thing to keep you out of heaven. And so if you could send right now. Never sin against the day he died. That one thing to keep data heaven God cannot look them in heaven. Go you can be the worst sinner in town when you come to Jesus Christ and repentance and faith.

You can forgive income in your heart give you that they many pay fee on the cross, repentance and admittance on the God he knows already.

Anyway… Jesus in our hearts were a bunch of low down good for nothing sinners filled with sin and everything else on the road to hell is guilty as you can get when you come to Jesus departed your sin and you get eternal life in Ephesians 289 for the free gift for by grace are ye saved through faith and not of yourself that the gift of God not of works with any man should boast. Jesus did all the work now is offering you the free gift and future rent they will get there. My own way that your full and you get a diagnostic go to hell and I don't want you to do that right now Jesus Christ is knocking at the door of your heart that you feel open at the door up and then implement he could force his way and because he is God. But then salvation went to get means a lot to God when you come to him of your own free will.

Realizing you sin against him realizing what he did for you and you want to be reconciled to him by receiving the payment he gave you an acrostic if you want to do that you can do a right not a simple prayer of faith. Romans 1013 for whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved that even if you believe in your heart that Jesus died on the cross and shed his blood to save yourself the devil knows he did that. Look, I want you to do some. The devil don't want you to do Bible says, but as many as received him, to them gave you the power to become the things got you do that by praying and asking Jesus to come in your heart that that you receive a cell right now is knock at the door of your heart if you will open the door up and let them come and you can do a right not a simple prayer of faith, we could pray together but even that were pray together strictly between you and God because only you can open up the door of your heart. So what you say we pray God looking at you right now he's knocking at your heart, your God, I'm a sinner admitted that her and I need your forgiveness Lord Jesus.

I believe he died on the cross and shed your blood to save my soul and Lord right now.

Now ask you to come into my heart is my Lord and Savior, and forgive me of all my sins and save my soul from hell. Thank you for saving me in and dine on the cross for me and pay in the payment for all how I thank you pastor Mary Chris until tomorrow. Good night God bless, always, always buy 58.

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