by Jeff Schreve

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Star Trek (2 of 5)
Series: Let Us Adore Him
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Matthew 2:1-12

Lord we praise You, You are the Lord You are worthy You're the King of Kings and Lord of Lords the Great, the Awesome, Mighty and Powerful God. Lord we ask You to speak through the power of Your word. We thank You for the songs that we have sung our hearts have been stirred as we have been singing Your praises and Lord stir us by Your word. And change us by Your word and by Your Spirit. For we pray in Jesus name. Amen

On September 8, 1966, NBC began airing a new science fiction series. It starred William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley. I was called "Star Trek". Anyone in here who used to watch Star Trek, anybody in here say "I really like Star Trek"? Anybody in here ever been to a Star Trek convention? Huh? Not me I was just trying to help you, somebody over there been to a Star Trek convention, Amy Freidman. Impressive! I am going to get you a pocket protector for Christmas. But I really like Star Trek, I don't like the new ones I like the old series. I like the old series so much that you know what my son-in-law got me for Christmas last year? He got me Captain Kirk and the chair for my office. This is his little command post and Captain Kirk and it is kinda of a cool little gift. That is that show is the open because William Shatner you know he is playing Captain Kirk but he played it like its Hamlet or something and in the open he had this voice over space the final frontier. These voyages of the star ship Enterprise. Its 5 year mission was cancelled after 3 so they never got to all 5. It's 5 year mission to explore a strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations. That was the way he said it. Not civilizations, civilizations to boldly go where no man has gone before. And then the music came and it's like ugh, this is cool. Well those guys were following the stars. And we call Star Trek, we call that series with Kirk and Spock we call it the o ...

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