Friday, September 29, 2006

Senior E-mail

This has been around for a while but I always enjoy the piano in it.
Turn on your SPEAKERS and click here: Seniors

Special Prayer Request

Brother Bill Senich, Pastor of Covenant Baptist Church in Troy, Michigan, where I preached last week has been admitted to the hospital with a very serious heart related condition. Here is a email that I receved about it. Please pray for this faithful Pastor, his family and his church.

Larry Killion

Sent: Friday, September 29, 2006 7:47 AM

Dan and I are getting ready to head to Warren, MI. I'm not sure what you know about the situation, so I'll recap quickly. Bro. Senich has a grapefruit sized aneurysm in the largest artery leading to the heart from the stomach. The doctor's are waiting clearance from his cardiologist to do surgery, and have already cancelled several of this morning's surgeries to make time in the OR. So, it is quite serious. Please continue in prayer.

Sharon Gordon

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Steadfast Christianity

My trip to Troy, Michigan was good. Had a wonderful time of fellowship with the brethren there. Listed below is the outline of the sermon I started off the Bible Conference with on Tuesday night.

1Cor. 15:56-58. (Pray)

The God of the Bible is a God of Grace and that is a good thing because we are all miserable failures when it comes to meeting the standards of holiness in the Bible. There is a constant need for preaching on steadfast faithfulness to God. Down through time, man has consistently failed in the area of service for God. Even the best of us have failed at one time or another in living for God as we should. There is example after example of this in the Bible. The Israelites failed in old testament times, the new testament believers all had their shortcomings and those who name the name of Christ today also fall short much of the time. Our text deals with sin, salvation and service. Let us look at these three things in regard to Steadfast Christianity.

1. It is a problem in the early days.
A. In the early days of holy literature. Gen. 2: 15-17, 3:2.
B. In the early days of human life. Ps. 58:3.
2. It is problem in the middle days.
A. In the middle days of holy literature. Judges 2:16-17.
B. In the middle days of human life. Eccl. 11:9-10.
3. It is a problem in the last days.
A. In the last days of holy literature. 2Tim. 3:1-7, 2Pet. 3:3-7.
B. In the last days of human life. Eccl. 12:1-3, Ps. 71:17-18.

1. It is praiseworthy in Old Testament times. Ps. 106: 1-5.
2. It is praiseworthy in New Testament times. Rom. 15: 8-11.
3. It is praiseworthy today. Gal. 1:3-5.

1. True believers in the Old Testament were steadfast. Ps. 40: 9-11.
2. True believers in the New Testament were steadfast. Acts. 20: 26-28.
3. True believers today will be steadfast. 1Pet. 3: 14-18.

Conclusion: Examine yourself. Are you truly in the Faith? How do you deal with the sin problem? Do you really know Christ and show a love for Him? Do you plan and purpose your prayer time, Bible study and devotional time. Are you steadfast in witnessing and in the ministries of the local church?
The only remedy for your sin problem is Christ. The only redeemer who really redeems is Christ. The only right way to run the race after trusting Christ as your savior is to follow Him in scriptural baptism and always abound in the work of the Lord in the kind of local church that Christ called MY church. AMEN.

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Keys Locked in Car...

Locked your keys in your car ???? Did you know this??

If you lock your keys in the car and the spare keys are at home, call someone on your (or someone else's) cell phone.

Hold your cell phone about a foot from your car door and have the other person at your home press the unlock button of your key fob (clicker), holding it near the phone on their end.

Your car doors will unlock.

Saves someone from having to drive your keys to you.
Distance is no object you could be hundreds of miles away, and if you can reach someone who has the other "remote" for your car, you can unlock the doors (or the trunk!).

I have not tried this yet but will definitely keep it in mind.

Pass this one on to your friends


I only had a half a dozen or so to preach to today at TLBC but enjoyed a good day in the house of the Lord. Sermon out line on "Pardon" is again posted on our church website. Click here: TLBC

I fly out Tuesday morning for the Bible Conference in Troy, Michigan. I am scheduled to be the first speaker in the conference. Pray for traveling mercies. I hope to preach on "Steadfast Christianity." I'll fly home Friday and, Lord willing,attend the Homecoming football game at Mt. Tahoma High School here in town where our granddaughter, Riley Blacketer, is the Freshman Homecoming Princess.

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Yours Truly,
Larry Killion
My Personal Website

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Blue Gate

Friday was opening day for the Western Washington Fair at Puyallup (free admission until noon)and we rode the bus (for free). Walked and gaulked as usual. It was a little difficult this year as we have just started "counting calories" recently and had to refrain from the great Fair Food. After we wore ourselves out, we went back to the blue gate and caught the bus back to where we had parked my truck (for free)and went home and made ourselves a nice ham, lettuce, asparagos and avocado wrap with watermelon for desert and relaxed the rest of the day.

Saturday was fairly quiet. Good day again today in church. I preached on "The Pattern for Prayer". See our church website for an outline of the sermon.
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Sunday, September 03, 2006

See you at the Fair.

Marion having that Teriaki Beef sandwich down at the Farmers Market
that I told you about a while back...

Another good day in church. WebSite

Fairly quiet week last week. Marion and I have started counting
calories. What a chore...

Probably the big event this week is going to be our annual trek
to the Western Washington Fair in Puyallup. Opening day is this Friday.