Rev. Hyung Jin Moon’s Interesting Story

February 15, 2010

I heard a story about two churchgoers, who were witnessing, and they were going to the neighborhood, and knocking on doors, witnessing to the neighborhood.

At one house they came to, they knocked on the door, a woman came out, and they explained what they were doing. She was very hostile. She said, “I don’t want to hear any of your religion!” She slammed the door in their face. But miraculously the door flung open again.

There again they looked at each other very puzzled. She said, “You’d better take your foot out of the door. I know you put your foot in the door. I’m going to call the police!” And she slammed the door again. Miraculously again the door swung open again. At this point she said, “I’m going to call the army. You’d better take your foot out of that door!” She went to close that door again, and the two churchgoers said, “Ma’am (Madam), before you do that again, you may want to move your cat!” (Laughter)

Sermon: Being spiritually and physically blessed / August 16th, 2008

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Rev. Hyung Jin Moon’s Interesting Story

February 4, 2010

 

I heard a little story.

Adam was having a conversation with God, and Adam said to God, “God, why did you make the woman so beautiful?” 

God said, “Well, so that you would love her.” 

 And he asked God, “God, why did you make woman so irrational?” 

God answered, “So that she would love a fool like you.” (Laughter).

Sermon: Walking The Way / September 19, 2009


Rev. Hyung Jin Moon’s Interesting Story

January 27, 2010

We always like to start with something a little interesting. I heard a story about Little Johnny and he was standing in front of the church and it was Veterans’ Day.

He was looking at this huge list of names in front of the church. He was looking at that very perplexed. The pastor came over and asked, “Johnny are you OK? You look very confused.” Johnny asked, “Pastor, what is this list of names doing in front of the church?” The Pastor replied, “These are the brave young men and women who once served and who died in service to their nation and the Lord.”

Little Johnny listened to that and was quite shocked. He looked at the Pastor and said, “Oh my goodness, did they die during the eight o’clock service or the ten o’clock service?”

Sermon:Living For The Lord / September 12, 2009


Rev. Hyung Jin Moon’s Interesting Story

January 19, 2010

We always start in a something a little interesting.

 One day St. Peter saw a street gang, a group of gangsters coming towards the Pearly Gates. And St Peter said, “Oh my God. I have to go and report to God.”

 He ran and said, “God, we have a big problem! There’s a whole bunch of gangsters coming towards the Pearly Gates. What should I do?” And God replied, “Just do what you normally do with that type. Just re-direct them to the other world.” And St. Peter went back to carry out the problem, so he want back to the Pearly Gates.

But he suddenly came back running and yelling, “God they’re gone! They’re gone! And God said, “And so that’s good news. So they’re gone, so that’s good!”
St Peter said, “No, no. The Pearly Gates are gone!” (Laughter)

Sermon: Miracles of Faith / August 15,2009


Rev. Hyung Jin Nim’s Interesting Story

January 15, 2010

Brothers and sisters, we always have something a little interesting before we start.

You know, I heard a little story about a situation where there was a temple, a Jewish temple, a church and a Catholic church right on the same block. The priest and the rabbi and the minister would carpool to get to their respective places of worship.

And one day, they came out to see the Christian pastor putting his two hands on the car, the hood of the car, praying for the car.
And the priest said, “What are you doing?” He said, “I’m dedicating this car to God. I’m praying for the car.” The priest said,”That’s a great idea. You know what I’m going to do?”

He went to his house and he brought out his water, consecrating sprinkler, and he walked around the car and sprinkled the car.The minister said, “What are you doing?” He said, “I’m consecrating the car with holy water.” And then the rabbi went on to say, “This is a great idea, I’m in the spirit now. It’s a fantastic idea.”

He went into the house. He brought out a hacksaw. And he went out, he went out to the back of the car, grabbed the tailpipe and cut off 1 inch. He said, “It’s a promise to God.”
You guys didn’t get it? He said, “I circumcised the car.” Now, you get it, okay? Now, you got it.

Sermon: Follow True Love / July 18th, 2009