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Sunday Morning Worship 7/15/18 - 11:00 am



We are very pleased to invite you to watch this uplifting and motivational sermon “Sunday Morning Worship” by The Lighthouse Church. Come and Join with us! Date - July 15, 2018 & Time - 11:00 am

The Mission: The LightHouse Church is committed to equipping people throughout the world: helping them realize their full potential in spite of the fatigue that life presents.

The Vision: The LightHouse Church takes responsibility for creating a better tomorrow than today by assisting in the continual improvement of the world in which we operate through spiritual application and human stewardship.

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Induced Labor | Pastor Keion Henderson



We are very pleased to invite you to watch this uplifting sermon “Induced Labor” by Pastor Keion Henderson of The Lighthouse Church. Come and Join with us!

You are pregnant with a blessing and God is getting ready to induce your labor. Tune in as Pastor Keion uses Numbers 16:1-5 to encourage you that something new is about to be birthed in your life.

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The Mission: The LightHouse Church is committed to equipping people throughout the world: helping them realize their full potential in spite of the fatigue that life presents.

The Vision: The LightHouse Church takes responsibility for creating a better tomorrow than today by assisting in the continual improvement of the world in which we operate through spiritual application and human stewardship.

For more details please visit Our Website - http://lhhouston.church or https://www.keionhenderson.com/

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Address : 6650 Rankin Rd, Humble, TX 77396, USA

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Where should I start and I hear this question acts and I hear people's answers they say you should start where your passion is what if my passion is for cookies and there's no market what if my passion is to sew quilts and I live in the Bahamas. It's not about passion it's about first of all finding out.

What does the market need it's not important what you like?

What does the market call for people say ?

Well you should be in business and you should love what you do well I'm sure the man who owns kibbles and bits don't eat them and I'm sure the man the first man who ever made a casket didn't know he was going to meet one when he did it this is not about what you like.

This is about what the market calls for so my advice to you if you wanted to start a business the first thing you do is you start in the area of business that is least affected are not affected by the market being up and down it's the reason why my wife and I on his first business was income taxes because it does not matter what the end what the industry does and it does not matter what the economy does at the end of the day you're going to have to file your taxes and so I would say start in an area that is not affected by the economy and take your feelings of what you love to do and get rid of them.

Because over above what you feel you should want to leave a legacy and provide something for your children's children well pastor what do you do or Keyon what do you do when when you don't enjoy what you do enjoy the impact enjoy the impact because even people who love what they do don't love it every day that they do it.

There are ups and downs there Evon flows . There is their proud moments and sad moments there are up moments and down moments because sometimes the feelings get in the way of the business eradicate all of that find something that is not economically impacted by fluctuation.

Find something that the market loves I don't care if it's water go to a place where they're thirsty.

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Sunday Morning Worship 7/8/18 - 11:00 am



We are very pleased to invite you to watch this uplifting and motivational sermon “Sunday Morning Worship” by The Lighthouse Church. Come and Join with us! Date - July 8, 2018 & Time - 11:00 am

The Mission: The LightHouse Church is committed to equipping people throughout the world: helping them realize their full potential in spite of the fatigue that life presents.

The Vision: The LightHouse Church takes responsibility for creating a better tomorrow than today by assisting in the continual improvement of the world in which we operate through spiritual application and human stewardship.

For more details please visit Our Website - http://lhhouston.church or https://www.keionhenderson.com/
To Subscribe please click the link - http://bit.ly/2zXYkgr
Address : 6650 Rankin Rd, Humble, TX 77396, USA

LET'S CONNECT! with the Lighthouse Church

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An excerpt from my blog "Down the path."

I know that dreams use symbols to provide a perspective. I'm not sure — or, rather — I can't say that I believe ALL the symbols have specific meanings. What if some dreams provide an answer, or a question about one's spiritual life? Could it be that God speaks to us in our dreams? 

Shortly after Divine Mercy Sunday, I had a dream that I was standing in a glass house — a greenhouse, so to speak. It was no larger than 10 feet wide by 12 feet long. I was looking up through the glass ceiling, at a tall rectangular copper-colored glass building, probably about 40 stories high, when I heard a warning call, "lookout below." It didn't register that the warning was for me, and within seconds, the copper-colored building began to fall. I quickly turned away from it and bent down on my knees. I covered my face with my hands. When the building had fallen, I stood up only to discover that there were large glass shards embedded in the back of my head and body.

A woman came over and began pulling the shards out of my head, though I was bleeding profusely. Then, I saw a man pushing a large bathtub full of water over to where we were standing, and I thought to myself, "Oh, my God. I'm going to die." 

And then I woke up.

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I should like to commend this book to anyone who practices contemplative prayer. As a Christian in the Carmelite tradition, I have found much encouragement and guidance from the life and writing of Teresa de Avila, but early in her journey it was this book by Osuna which had a huge impact on her. Picking up on Augustine's earlier teaching, he believes that God lives even deeper inside us than we live ourselves. God knows us, loves us, waits for us. Like the father of the prodigal son, God looks out for our coming, and comes to meet us as we come home... to God, to ourselves, and to God's eternal household. As the Bible says, "In God we live and move and have our being." God is within us, but all too often we are 'without'... scattered and fragmented, and exiled from who we really are. Even after you come to Christian faith, it is easy to get distracted, but Osuna encourages determination to turn to God again and again, and in doing so, to come home to who God made us to be. The book is long, and best read like a 'lectio' slowly, in small sections and several times, for reflection. However, personally I find Osuna really positive, practical and sensitive to the grace of God.

With Billy Graham's passing

Billy Graham's last message to America and the world: a clear presentation of the Gospel of Jesus.

He shared in our humanity

I have been looking back at the archives of all the people who came and engaged in dialogue in this once busy and bustling forum. And I wonder where you all are now. And how you are doing. And I wish you well and I wish you the strong peace of God this Nativity, wherever you are.

And so we come again to Christmas (and in a few days' time in some parts of the Christian world) and maybe we are reminded again of this extraordinary mystery of God's coming to dwell with us and share in our humanity, calling us as well to share in the presence of divinity, to share with each other, with our poor neighbour, with the lonely person on the street, and with the household of the holy Trinity.

'Come' said Jesus again and again. Jesus who was born in the back streets, who invites us to come to him in the back streets of our cities and the back streets of our own hearts. Jesus who longs for us to open the doors and let him in to our lives.

Jesus who was born for sacrifice and blood... to the point of no turning back... for giving... as the gift of God to us... and born in blood and tears in the sidelines of an empire, in the obscurity, in the dirt, in the givenness of a young woman, and the undisclosed decency of a young man.

The God who longs to share even consciousness and awareness with us... to share the flow of love... to open and grow in the mystery of our becoming, and the mystery of God's becoming in back street humanity, and the meeting and tenderness and alongside-ness of a life among us.

Sharing. The whole point really. The God who came and shared with us. A backstreet God of the marginalised. A God without airs and graces. A God who is presence when words alone can't reach and comfort the tears. Lord have mercy.

Remarkable mystery... not the mystery of plaster saints... perhaps as Yeats said, something of what the Magi spent a lifetime trying to find and experience again:

"The uncontrollable mystery on the bestial floor..."

The humble-hearted and obscure coming of God... among us... always calling to us... always loving us... always seeking out the people on the sidelines and the lonely corners of our world.

May the blessings of peace be with you this Nativity, and peace of God to each and every person who visits or has visited these pages.

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Sometimes it's just lovely to reflect upon the loving kindness of Jesus. How good and decent he was (and is, of course). The way he connected to people, the way people were attracted, and moved by his presence and grace. His engagement with women as well as men. His intelligence, but cleverness mingled with gentle goodness. His healing instinct, and the way he could touch people's hearts and change them. His strong and still centre, rooted in daily prayer. His courage. His willingness to go out on a limb. His tenderness. His compassion and tears.

It makes me glad: that God, creator of the heavens and earth, was not so high and mighty and detached, but was willing to come and dwell with us in human form, with a humble, servant heart. To share the dust, the hunger, the thirst, the sorrows, the joys.

And our Jesus: had the amazing courage to go the whole way, out of love for us. Was willing to face mockery, physical injury, loneliness, scorn, and a horrible death... the pouring out of his dear life blood, to the point of no turning back. Loved us that much.

It's lovely to reflect on how Jesus was not only carrying out a tremendous action in history, but was also a friend. A friend who lived alongside people, laughed with them, shared with them, wept with them, ate with them, relaxed with them, in I am sure a sweet and humble-hearted way. A patient way. He could see the way we as people frequently messed up, he could see the failings, and yet he also valued us, believed in us where we could not believe in ourselves. I am amazed about the person of Jesus. And love him for his friendship, courage and kindness.

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so many...

There was not only 1 Jesus and there is not only 1 God and there are more than just 1 Holy Spirits. This is the truth of life and the universe and the cosmoi. Don't forget that the King Jesus had friends. He didn't even want to be the king. He just wanted to befriend Herodes. He said, okay, I wear the crown. And the old guy didn't even get angry. He went to the prison for him. And Judea had a good king for some time. Fat guys know something about the world. Thing guys too, but they have to eat often. The other Jesus people were great too. Some much greater than the King Jesus. And the King Jesus called himself Mister only. He disappeared into the fog later. And travelled to England to become King Arthur when he got older. That is the truth. There is mystery and long life in this world. Some bible prophecies were true and not too damaged by zealous priests, idiot officials and many big and small rogues and criminals in innocent clothing!

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