Sept 29, 2012 – Sermon on “Lessons to be Learned from the life of a Goose” by Alex Del Toro

Alex Del Toro’s sermon on “Lessons to be Learned from the life of a Goose” used examples from the way geese fly in a V formation and the way they interact with each other especially in migration flights to exhort us to work together and to care for one another.

He used the following scriptures: Ex. 18:1-17, Luke 15:11, Ex.17, rom. 12:10, 1Thes. 3:12, 1 John 4:11, 1 Thes. 5:12-13, 1 Cor. 12:26, Rom. 12:15-16.

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 9-29-12 sermon

Alex is from San Antonio Tx. and is the associate pastor at the Triple Tree COG7 church there.  He preached today by invitation.

 

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2 Responses to “Sept 29, 2012 – Sermon on “Lessons to be Learned from the life of a Goose” by Alex Del Toro”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:

    Thank you for sharing your insights with us here at the Conroe church. It is quite amazing that we can learn valuable lessons from geese. If only we could show such care for one another!

    Enjoyed meeting your family. You have a fine bunch of children. Guess they keep you busy. Jody was glad to hear that you had been here. Wish he could have been here.

    Gladys McCoy

  2. Sherri Swearingen says:

    Loved this sermon and all of the lessons that we can learn from God’s creation. Such simple, straightforward lessons, but so important nonetheless. Thank you so much for sharing yourself, your time and knowledge and wisdom, your love of the Lord and your family with our congregation.

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