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Itís as if God says to a rebellious mankind, "Ha! Rebel against me all you want. No matter what you do, what Iíve determined will come to pass will come to pass! Look! Itís as good as done. I have installed my King on Zion, my holy hill"
A man once met Horace Greely, the famous newspaper editor, on the street and said, "Mr. Greely, I have stopped your paper." "Have you?" Mr. Greely said, "thatís too bad," and went on his way. The next morning, Mr. Greely met the man again, and said, "I thought you had stopped the Tribune?" "So I did," was the reply. "Then there must be some mistake," said Mr. Greely, "for I just came from the office and the presses were running, the clerks were as busy as ever, the compositors were hard at work, and the business was going on as yesterday and the day before." "Oh," said the man, "I didnít mean I had stopped the entire newspaper. I meant that I had stopped my copy of it because I didnít like your editorials."
In the same way, individuals who rebel against God are like the man who proudly announced to Horace Greely that he had stopped his newspaper. They think that if they reject Godís rule in their life that they will stop Godís rule in the earth. But thatís not so. Whether a person rebels against Godís rule in his life or submits to Godís rule in his life, God is going to do what He has declared. God has declared that one day, despite mankindís rebellion; Jesus Christ will reign upon the earth as King of Kings and Lord of Lords!
From Dave McFaddenís Sermon: The Psalm of the King of Kings
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MAN'S ANGER TOWARD GOD
...is more disastrous than the following:
As a passenger boarded the Los Angeles-to-New York plane, he told the flight attendant to wake him and make sure he got off in Dallas.
The passenger awoke just as the plane was landing in New York. Furious, he called the flight attendant and demanded an explanation.
The fellow mumbled an apology and, in a rage, the passenger stomped off the plane. "Boy, was he ever mad!" another crew member
observed to her errant colleague. "If you think he was mad," replied the flight attendant, "you should have seen the guy I put off the
plane in Dallas!"
Source: H.B. McClung