by Fred Lowery

The Christian Personality
Dr. Fred Lowery
Galatians 5:19-21; Galatians 5:22-23; John 15:4-8; Galatians 5:16; John 15:11; 1 John 4:8; John 14:27; Philippians 4:7
November 30, 2008

Oh that's exciting, thank you. Eddie and Kristin have been working the last couple of weeks with these kids because they are singing at the concert with Casting Crowns tomorrow night at CenturyTel. So that is really, really exciting. That's one of our favorite groups and Avalon and Natalie Grant and I don't know who else is going to be there other than Leigh and me but our kids are so excited about it. And they did a good job, don't you think they did a good job. Good job! I want to talk to you about the Christian Personality except today I'm going to call it the Christmas personality. Do you have that? Or do you get your tinsel in a tangle. What kind of personality do you have at Christmas? What about Black Friday? Greed, pushing, shoving, me first. Shelby wanted something that was at Wal-Mart and so she was going to get it in Austin and I was going to try to get it in Dallas. And so I'll do almost anything for my girls. Or my grandkids, so I got up a little after four and I was there at twenty minutes to five along with about seven thousand others. And I have never seen anything like it. The pushing and the shoving and they had walkie-talkies, I mean they were working in groups and they would open this thing up and one of the group would stand here and grab one and throw it to another one and grab one and throw it to another one and grab one and throw it to another one and they put that into the basket and they move to the next one. And I realized that if you got in that crowd you could be crushed. I also realized that saving that twenty dollars I had much rather give Shelby the twenty dollars and make up the difference than continue in that frenzy. And I was not surprised when I heard on the news that in New York City a Wal-mart employee died after he was trampl ...

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