Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 19, 2001
My five year old daughter was misbehaving in worship one day and had to be taken out for corrective messures. When I ask, "do you know what you are about to get?" She turn her big brown eyes up and said, "A peice of candy."
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 30, 2002
A LIFE OF RESOLUTIONS
Jonathan Edwards, the 18th-century revivalist, sat down at age 17 and penned 21 resolutions by which he would live his life. Throughout his lifetime he would add to this list until, by his death, he had 70 resolutions.
He put at the top of his list: "Being sensible that
Contributed by Paul Gabriel on Mar 18, 2004
A certain man was troubled with dizzy spells. He went from one doctor to another and none could tell him what the problem was. He tried everything, it seemed. Finally, it was bothering him so much he started to lose weight, and he couldn’t sleep at night. He became a nervous wreck and his health
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Dec 31, 2008
"I DON'T REMEMBER."
Some will accept that they are going to heaven but not that they are forgiven while they still live on this earth. Bruce Larson tells the true story of a Catholic priest living in the Philippines, a much-loved man of God who once carried a secret burden of long-past sin
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 18, 2005
THE DIFFERENT FACES OF PRAISE
Roberto Benigni is an Italian guy who won an "Oscar" in 1998 for best actor in the film "Life Is Beautiful."
I didn’t watch the Academy Awards that year, but I read that upon hearing his name called, Roberto Benigni leaped to his feet ... threw his arms in the
Contributed by Terry Cavanaugh on Aug 30, 2008
Precious At the Bottom
A Persian legend tells us that a certain king needed a faithful servant and had to choose between two candidates for the office. He took both at fixed wages and told them to fill a basket with water from a nearby well, saying that he would come in the evening to inspect