I watched a recent episode of The Chapel on video because my daughter downloaded it so I can access their sermons easily. I chose the December 13, 2015 one today. They are doing a “Keeping Christ in Christmas” series.

The Chapel at Crosspoint in Getzville, NY reaches a multitude of people. Their college and young adult group pastor, Wes Aarum spoke for Pastor Jerry Gillis on this day. I got intrigued with his presentation of “selfie” products out there. One is a toaster that will toast your image into bread. LOL.

Stop taking selfies and get this, America”

We live in amazing times. What I love about the Word of God is that it stands the test of time. It is relevant even today with all the advances in technology.

Some of the prophecies of end time events say that knowledge will increase abundantly, that people will travel to and fro over the earth, all of creation will groan with expectation waiting for Jesus’ return. Some signs of the times will be an increase in earthquakes and natural disasters. Men’s love for others will grow cold. There will be a great apostasy and a multitude will leave the Christian faith. Persecutions will arise big time. There will be a great revival and many others will come to faith in Jesus Christ. This is happening in non-Christian parts of the world, I’ve heard from missionaries that visit our Assembly of God church.

If you get a chance to watch The Chapel’s Christmas sermon from December 13, 2015, please do. He’s got a great way of talking about the Christian faith. Pastor Wes said, “Unlike other religions, Christians don’t have to earn their way to heaven.”

He’s young, so he speaks in a way that appeals to young people and older ones. We are a unified body in Christ despite some differences when the Bible is our manual for life. 🙂


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