Center Hill Community Church – Brookville, PA

The Real Story of Christmas

by on Dec.23, 2014, under General Posts

John MacArthur and the real meaning of Christmas.  Receive the Jesus of Christmas and enjoy!

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Winter Wonderland

by on Dec.20, 2014, under General Posts

Pentatonix is back with Winter Wonderland, Enjoy!

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Silent Night

by on Dec.17, 2014, under General Posts

12 year old Jackie Evancho (joined by The Tenors) singing Silent Night, Enjoy!

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O Holy Night

by on Dec.14, 2014, under General Posts

Il Divo singing O Holy Night, Enjoy!

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Angels We Have Heard on High

by on Dec.11, 2014, under General Posts

Enjoy!

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The Joy of Highest Heaven is Jesus

by on Dec.09, 2014, under General Posts

It’s all about Jesus! Enjoy!

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A “Frozen” Winter

by on Dec.05, 2014, under General Posts

Enjoy!

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Mary, Did You Know?

by on Dec.02, 2014, under General Posts

Enjoy!

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Carol of the Bells

by on Nov.28, 2014, under General Posts

It’s Christmas Time, Enjoy!

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How should we listen to sermons?

by on Nov.08, 2014, under General Posts

Listening to the Word of God when it is preached from J.C. Ryle

It is not enough that we go to church and hear sermons. We may do so for fifty years, and be nothing better, but rather worse. “Take heed,” says our Lord, “how you hear.” Would any one know how to hear properly? Then let them lay to heart three simple rules.

1) We must hear with FAITH, believing implicitly that every word of God is true, and shall stand. The word in old time did not profit the Jews, since it was “not mixed with faith in those who heard it” (Heb. 4:2).

2) We must hear with REVERENCE, remembering constantly that the Bible is the book of God. This was the habit of the Thessalonians. They received Paul’s message, “not as the word of men, but the word of God” (1 Thess. 2:13).

3) We must hear with PRAYER, praying for God’s blessing before the sermon is preached, praying for God’s blessing again when the sermon is over. Here lies the grand defect of the hearing of many. They ask no blessing, and so they have none. The sermon passes through their minds like water through a leaky vessel, and leaves nothing behind.

Summary:

Let us bear these rules in mind every Sunday morning, before we go to hear the Word of God preached. Let us not rush into God’s presence careless, reckless, and unprepared, as if it mattered not in what way such work was done. Let us carry with usfaith, reverence, and prayer. If these three are our companions, we will hear with profit, and return with praise.

~ J.C. Ryle

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