Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 30, 2001
Thomas Carlyle, the noted historian, had just spent two years writing a book on the French Revolution. On the day he finished his manuscript he gave his only copy to a colleague, John Stuart Mill, to read and critique.
But, then the unthinkable occurred. Mill’s servant used
Contributed by Sermoncentral on May 9, 2011
IT ALL STARTED BY ONE MAN WANTING TO PRAY
In 1857 there was a 46 year old man named Jeremiah Lamphere who lived in New York City. Jeremiah loved the Lord tremendously, but he didn’t feel that he could do much for the Lord until he began to feel a burden for the lost and accepted an invitation
Contributed by Paul Steen on Dec 11, 2017
The term “Sunk costs” is an accounting term. It refers to historical costs that no longer have relevance to decisions being made today.
Ali Saam (Garcia) and his stock market losses. He had over $140,000 in stocks. Then, two weeks later his portfolio was down to $77,000. He felt he couldn’t