Onlline Sermons

We have posted a lot of sermons from our Universal Life Church ministers. Some are Christian and some are not. You are welcome to use them or just enjoy them as you like.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Online Sermon

By Bruce Wallace
What I Wnat for Christmas

What do you want for Christmas this year? I think each year our list just gets longer and longer. The truth being known, I think most of us want too much way to much, mostly of the wrong things and not enough of the right things. I think we spend way to much on ourselves and not enough on others. Christmas is the time of the year to spread good cheer, make friends with that person you have been not talking with. Give a little time to someone who has less then you. Not worrying about just what to put under the tree.

We fill up under the tree with toys, and many gifts most of us will never use anyway.

Stop and think what do you think I might want for Christmas this year?

have you ever opened up all the present and feel there is still something missing?

Well I have prolong this long enough all I want for Christmas this year is that people know that a child was born. A son was given. He was given the name the everlasting father the Prince of Peace. Not all the toys not all the fancy gifts. We are forgetting that we are all Gods children, and yes my friends God is alive. The everlasting father the Prince of Peace.


Bruce Richard Wallace


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