by Kerry Shook

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Meteor Shower (3 of 3)
Series: Creative License
Pastor Kerry Shook

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• 2 Cor. 1:4 (The Msg)


• Rom. 8:28 (NLT)

• 2 Cor. 4:7 (NIV)


• 2 Cor. 12:9 (LB)


… through you, Fellowship of The Woodlands is all over the world and it's been fun to watch this summer as in our missions and ministries we've been able to touch people, not just in a community, but now all over the world. One of our ministries, the television ministry, many of you know that this summer we went national and international and also this last weekend we were just picked up on The WB, Channel 5 KTLA, last weekend and so I want you to pray right now because while we are in here we have about 25 people up in the call center taking calls from the Los Angeles/Southern California area and it's also a super station that's being broadcast all over. It's amazing to see all that God is doing. We had over 600 calls last weekend that we were able to minister to those folks who were calling in from all over the world. I got an email from a gentleman in Lagos, Nigeria who wanted some more sermon material because God really touched his heart as he watched the broadcast last weekend. I want you to welcome our national and international television audience right now.

How many of you saw the meteor shower this weekend raise your hand. Both of you, okay. We have some real astronomy buffs here that's for sure. In case you didn't know, and apparently you didn't, we just experienced the annual Perseid Meteor Shower. If you didn't see it here's a picture of it. Now meteors are often described as falling or shooting stars, but really they are pieces of comet dust that strike the earth's atmosphere at speeds of up to 150,000 mph. The pieces of comet burn up when they hit the earth's atmosphere producing stunning streaks of light that are a beauty to behold on a clear night. In case you didn't get to see the meteor shower this year just know there is another meteor shower that unfortunately none of us can avoid. It's the meteor shower of struggles and problems that come into every one's life. Astronomers can predict when a meteor shower will show up in the sky, but no one can predict when a problem will appear in your life. Many times the meteor shower of struggles falls into our lives at the worse possible times and overwhelms us. When I was growing up video games were just coming out and I can still remember when pong came out. Two paddles and a little ball going across the screen. We thought that was great. Then they came out with Pac Man and Space Invaders. But the game I really liked was Asteroids. Do you remember Asteroids? I really liked that game.
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