Tuesday, November 28, 2006

A Can of Worms

A minister decided that a visual demonstration
would add emphasis to his Sunday sermon.

Four worms were placed into four separate jars.

The first worm was put
into a container of alcohol.
The second worm was put
into a container of cigarette smoke.
The third worm was put into
a container of chocolate syrup.
The fourth worm was put into
a container of good clean soil.

At the conclusion of the sermon,
the Minister reported the following results:

The first worm in alcohol -

The second worm in cigarette smoke -
Dead .

Third worm in chocolate syrup -
Dead .

Fourth worm in good clean soil -

So the Minister asked the congregation -
What can you learn from this demonstration?

Maxine was setting in the back,
quickly raised her hand and said,

"As long as you drink,
smoke and eat chocolate,
you won't have worms!"

Sunday, November 26, 2006

November 26, 2006

Greetings and God bless you.

It was good to have all the family over on Thanksgiving. The next day (Friday) we went to my sister's 60th birthday party. That was fun too. Today our attendance was really DOWN in church but it was good to be there and to simply worship the Lord in Spirit and in Truth. I preached on "False Professions" and my sermon outline is posted on our church website at TLBC

We took a few more pictures and now I need to get busy and post them on our picturetrail site: Pictures

The Cold and Flu season is here and if you want to help build up your immune system, may I suggest that you get a free sample of a product I have been using since the summer of 03? I used to get a cold almost every month or two but since I started taking "Body Balance" I have only had ONE (that's right) I say again, ONE cold.
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Thanks for stopping by and reading my Blog.
Larry Killion
The Killion Site

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving to you.

We had a good number in services today at church. My sermon was on what Jesus taught about "False Prophets". See the sermon outline on our church website. TLBC

My daughter Tammy was there with the children. Cindi was out of town this weekend with her family. Our grandson Bailey just turned six and we had a fun time at his birthday party over at Chuckie Cheeses earlier in the week. We look forward to having all the family over again this Thursday for Thanksgiving dinner here at the Killion's. I hope you have a wonderful week. We have so much to be thankful for.

I hope all is well with you. If you are still looking for a way to add some positive cashflow to your monthly budget, may I suggest starting your own online home business? My primary biz is LFI. It is a debt free company in San Diego that has been helping people with health and wealth for over 20 years. Their flagship product is Body Balance. Here is the link for the free offer of Body Balance. Click here: Free Quart of Body Balance

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Larry in Tacoma
My Personal Website

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Death of Internet Marketing


I got an email telling me about another report by
Mike Filsaime called "The Death of Internet Marketing."

I get so many of these kind of emails that I was thinking,
GREAT.... another lure to destract me into buying some other
new fandangled super dooper deal again.

Boy, was I wrong.

There is no trap here to trick you into an "onetime" offer.
This is actually a totally free report on what the future
might hold for your online marketing in the next year or so.
Take a look when you have a few spare moments and glean
some ensight about where we are going from here in IM.


Yours truly,
Larry Killion
The Killion Site

PS: Sermon today at TLBC was "The Only Two Paths"

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Golden Rule

Thanks for stopping by for a peek at my Blog today.

It was good to see one of my daughters in church today with the children.
I preached this morning on "The Golden Rule." Read the outline for the sermon on our church web site HERE .

Make sure you vote this week. Marion and I already sent in our ballots by mail. Sometimes it is hard to know what to do with some of the choices they give you now a days on the ballots. Personally, I am for the old fashion standards of the right to LIFE, one man and one woman in marriage, Social Security for US Citizens only and make all Congressmen and Senators be in the program rather than giving them full pay for retirement instead of SS, (maybe then they'd be more concerned about keeping it straight for those who paid into it all their life) cut taxes, balance the budget, be less dependent on foreign products like oil, punish evil doers justly, freedom to practice biblical standards of morality even in school or on government property, etc, etc. etc. Pardon me for being a little opinionated today but I figure I better take advantage of the freedom to speak out like this while we still have that freedom. And, you didn't have to press ONE to continue in English. For those who come into this country and will not learn English, well as far as I am concerned, They can press ONE and go back where they came from. That is what I would do if I were them. Just trying to practice the Golden Rule here,- hee, hee, hee.

Larry J Killion

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

TLBC 3Q Report

Marion and I had a good trip over the mountains yesterday to visit with sister Deuchle in Yakima. Looking forward to prayer meeting tonight at TLBC. My pastor when I was a Bible Student at CBC in the mid 70's, Elder Elton Wilson, is in the hospital in Clarksville, TN and not expected to live according to the doctors.

Here is the latest report that I sent out to friends about
the Lord's work here in Tacoma.

The Lord’s Baptist Church
11102 Yakima Avenue South
Tacoma, WA. 98444
Pastor Larry J. Killion Phone: 253-537-0129
Email: ljkillion@juno.com

Greetings from TLBC in Tacoma, Washington. This is our Newsletter and Quarterly Report for the 3rd quarter of 2006. We continue to study the Sermon on the Mount on Sunday mornings and Pastor’s outlines are on the front page of our church web site. In our afternoon services we are studying about various Old Testament Bible characters.

Pastor traveled to Troy, Michigan in September for the Bible Conference at Covenant Baptist Church and had a wonderful time of fellowship with the brethren there. Shortly after the conference the pastor there, Elder Bill Senich, had some serious health issues and we are praying for him. Our Missionary to Ireland, Elder Bob Ellis, preached in the Labor Day Bible Conference in North Carolina where brother Gene Kiger ministers to the Grace Baptist Church and was very well received by the brethren there.

Sister Marion had some health problems this quarter but is doing better now. Thank you to those of you who prayed for her. Please pray for our grandson AJ Buffaloe. They are scheduling an appointment with a neurologist regarding a swollen tonsil in the back of his brain. It is called Arnold Chiuri Malformation Type I.

Our church attendance is not what it could be. We continue our mailing ministry to newcomers in the community with no response to this effort. We started to canvas the neighborhood around the new meeting place. We ordered and received several different gospel tracts from Elder Wilbert Ellis in Florence, Kentucky and are using them.

Pastor is enjoying being retired from his secular job. It is great to be able to have the flexibility now that we did not have when required to meet an employers schedule. For example, our 5th Sunday trips over to Yakima can now be done on a weekday if it is more convenient. Sister Marion enjoys my help on routine shopping trips and we like to take off now and then just to go to the ocean or the mountains for a day trip. Nice! I started to gain some weight so we are walking about two miles per day now for exercise.

Brother Cresencio Baldemor in the Philippines is also doing well and we continue to receive good reports from him about the mission work there. It is an honor to be co-laborers with great men of God like Elder Baldemor and Elder Ellis.

We received a generous love offering from a Friend in Kentucky. This dear brother has been a faithful help to us over the years and has been used of the Lord in our life and ministry more than he may know. Pray also for Direct missions in Canada, Mexico, Honduras, Guyana, Brazil, Peru, Romania, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, India and Australia. AMEN.