Contributed by Dennis Clark on Apr 12, 2001
Dallas Williams: You give me a 1000 words and I can have The Lords Prayer,The 23rd Psalm, The original Hippocratic oath, a Shakespearian sonnet, the preamble to the Constitution,Lincoln’s
Contributed by David Yarbrough on Apr 30, 2001
NEVER MIND, GOD
A man was putting a tin roof on his barn when all of a sudden he slipped and began to slide down the roof. He cried out to God to save him. No sooner had he got the words out of his mouth, a nail caught his pants and stopped him. When he stopped, he said, “Never mind, God. I
Contributed by Bob Gillchrest on Dec 1, 2008
Mary begins by telling God that she praises Him from the depths of her soul. I learned a long time ago, when I was minoring in music in college, that there are different ways that we can sing with our voices.
A person can sing in their throats. That’s not recommended because it tends to be a
Contributed by Davon Huss on Jan 13, 2009
One time a minister was talking with a man with not much education. The preacher was asking him about spiritual matters. The preacher asked, "Aren’t you concerned about your soul?" He replied, "No, I have no soul." The preacher replied, "I thought every one had a soul." The poor fellow
Contributed by Daniel Haas on Feb 28, 2009
Like our souls soap bubbles are self-contained, colorful, stable and fragile. They meet,
Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Jun 3, 2009
One would think that selling one’s soul, as Faust offered his to the devil in Goethe’s Dr. Faustus, is only a figment of literary fiction. Medieval as it seems, however, several cases of soul-selling have occurred. Wired magazine reported that a 29-year-old university instructor succeeded in
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 11, 2010
A bored student at the University of Washington used an Internet auction site to sell his soul to the highest bidder. As it turned out, the top offer was only $400.
Since the soul is immaterial, it can’t be extracted from a body like a physical organ such as a heart. The student had to admit, “I
for an Animation of Psalm 42, please go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTMfZ1u9DHU&feature=plcp .
'As the deer pants for the water brooks, so my soul pants for Thee, O God. My soul thirsts for God, the Living God. When shall I come and appear before God? My tears have been my food day and
Contributed by Ken Pell on Jul 3, 2007
Can you imagine what it was like for the church in Smyrna as they watched their beloved and aged pastor burn at the stake? Polycarp was his name. he was a disciple of Jesus’ disciple, the Apostle John. One could tell it immediately because he possessed the same tenderness
Contributed by Scott Bounds on Dec 20, 2009
This body is like this glove. The hand represents the spirit. As long as the hand is in the glove, the glove can move and work. The hand is the real life inside. When we die and go to be with the Lord, we lay the glove down. The spirit, which is