WHAT DO YOU SEE?
I don’t know if you’ve heard of Scott Ginsburg, but he is known for something very strange. As of today, he has worn a "Hello my name is..." tag for 3140 days. On one occasion he had given a speech to an employee group in South Dakota and told how he started wearing the name
“El soldado y el sargento”
THE SOLDIER AND THE SERGEANT (TRANSLATION BELOW)
Un joven soldado y su sargento, viajaban en el tren juntos, y los unicos asientos disponibles estaban entre el medio de una Hermosa señorita que viajaba con su abuelita. EL SONIDO DE UN BESO- Y EL SONIDO DE UN
Contributed by Jerry Blaxton on Aug 27, 2009
The Panama Canal was built on an isthmus in Central America. It was built to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. When ships used the canal they saved time, because they didn’t have to go around South America. It wasn’t as dangerous as the sea going around the cape. It saved money, making the
Contributed by Tony Abram on Sep 2, 2009
When one door closes, another one opens, but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one
Yesterday is a cashed check and cannot be negotiated.
Tomorrow is a promissory note and cannot be utilized today.
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Nov 2, 2009
Opportunity Definition, Ancient Greek Statue Symbolism
Our English word opportunity comes from the Latin and means “toward the port.” It suggests a ship taking advantage of the wind and tide to arrive safely in the harbor. The brevity of life is a strong argument for making the best use of the
Contributed by Greg Bond on Dec 28, 2009
The first step in developing specific prayers for your community, oddly enough, is to pray. Start with a specific prayer, asking God to open your eyes to those areas in your community that have the most influence. Ask Him to open your eyes to those things which are beneficial, and those which are
“All of Scripture is presented to us as a sequential narrative of the God/man relationship from the very beginning to the very
Contributed by Peter Loughman on Apr 15, 2010
BARRIERS ---- I had this job one summer where I delivered eggs to omelet shops, small groceries, bakeries and such on the East side of the San Francisco Bay. It was a crazy job fraught with difficulties and adventure. You would think the most difficult place to make deliveries would be Berkley
Contributed by Larry Wilson on Jul 4, 2010
What a shame to miss out on things. I would give anything to have a new opportunity to buy Ryan’s stock (a local restaurant in Greenville, S.C. that went national) when it first came out in my home town! I missed that one. But to
Contributed by Rodelio Mallari on Nov 14, 2010
In 1269 Kublai Khan sent a request from Peking to Rome for "a hundred wise men of the Christian religion...And so I shall be baptized, and when I shall be baptized all my baron and great men will be baptized, and their subjects baptized, and so there will be more Christians
Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jul 4, 2011
SHAKESPEARE ON OPPORTUNITY
"There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in
Contributed by Kevin Taylor on Sep 10, 2011
DESTINY AROUND THE CORNER
Sometimes emergency intersects with the anointing!
God can use the most humble servant to speak some great directions into our lives. God sometimes puts very big messages in very little packages. Samuel spoke into Saul’s life because he heeded the word of his
Contributed by Perry Greene on Oct 5, 2011
FREEING THE QUAIL
At a Farmer’s Market, there was a covey of quail walking around a pole. They had strings attached to their legs and walked in circles hour after hour. A customer purchased the birds and then cut the strings off their legs, giving them their freedom. Yet, in spite of the
A true story of how my close relative's urgent financial need was met by God's Providence!
Dear friends, Jesus is same yesterday, today & forever (Hebrews 13:8). Oh how many personal experiences I have had and oh how many true accounts I have heard from God’s servants of the Almighty using
Contributed by Johnny Palmer on Dec 9, 2011
WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM NOAH
God has much too teach us, one person observed a few things they learned from Noah:
1. Don't miss the boat!
2. Plan ahead. It wasnt raining when Noah built the ark.
3. Stay ready. It was not until Noah was 600 years old that God asked him to do
Contributed by Rodelio Mallari on Jan 10, 2012
THE COLOR OF COLORS
For 51 years Bob Edens was blind. He couldn’t see a thing. His world was a black hall of sounds and smells. He felt his way through five decades of darkness.
And then, he could see. A skilled surgeon performed a complicated operation and, for the first time, Bob Edens had
THE MARKET SURVEY
Before coming to the Biblical text of my message, I would like to recite the tale of 2 footwear salesmen sent on a "market survey" errand by their employers to explore the possibility of opening a shop in a certain village of their country. As opening a shop entails sizeable
Contributed by Eric Ferguson on Jun 3, 2008
The Little Fireman
In Phoenix, Arizona, a 26-year old mother stared down at her 6 year old son, who was dying of terminal leukemia.
Although her heart was filled with sadness, she also had a strong feeling of determination to HANG ON.
Like any parent, she wanted her son to grow up and