by Kenton Beshore

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My Everything (2 of 2)
Series: 23rd Psalm
Kenton Beshore

Reverend: Just before we get started, I want to tell you about a couple of things. First of all, in your bulletin there is an insert that says ‘The Signs of the Times.’ When we, this last spring, studied Daniel together, lots of you had questions about Daniel because God, through the book of Daniel, says, “I am going to tell you how history will end and how I will bring you home.” And then it goes on through Revelation and different places where God tells us where history is going. And you had questions and so we decided to put a seminar together that would explain everything in Revelation and answer every question that you have. So we put it together and I got a great group of people to help me with it. I will be doing it along with Bucky and Jeff Priest [ph], and also Mike Geary [ph] and then also my dad. My dad has been studying this for 50 years. In fact, a compliment to my dad. One time I was talking to Chuck Smith. You might have heard of him, he has got a small church down the freeway. And he said, “Your dad, Chuck Smith, is the best I have ever heard, and I think understands Prop C better than any person in America.” So that is a pretty good recommendation.

So we are putting this together. If you want to come you can see how you can see how you can sign up. It will answer the questions that I think you have and we will have a great time on that day. Also, last week we gave you the opportunity to give over and above in benevolence just to help other people in the church family, and you gave $60,000, so it’s incredible, your generosity. And the good news is the regular offering was right on track. And I think about where we are as a church, many of you have already given sacrificially to buy our land and then to give faithfully to the church regularly just in the offering boxes. And then to extend yourself in times like this. To be willing to be sacrificial, to love other people in the church fa ...

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