Contributed by Tim Smith on Aug 13, 2017
The reason God gave us the Bible is that he wants us to know who he is. If you want to know God, read his Book, read His words. Our words reveal who we are. Wayne Hudson tells the story of Ben who had left the East Coast 8 years earlier to head out West in hopes of making his fortune. It was 1898.
Contributed by Mark Stepherson on Feb 23, 2012
KNOW THE TRUE FROM THE FALSE
I have heard and read several variations of this story. Some relate it to training bank tellers, some to treasury agents, and some to FBI agents. I don’t know which, if any, is true. The story makes a good point even if none of the stories are true.
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Sep 8, 2007
Since we are about to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, let’s see what the day is truly about.
Webster’s *New World Dictionary* says:
"Saint Patrick’s Day - March 17, observed by the Irish in honor of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland"
But Eavey’s *History of Christian Education*
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
One nice thing about growing older is that you and your children eventually wind up on the
Contributed by Stan Martin on Aug 25, 2003
AND WHICH ONE WERE YOU?
Maybe you heard about the Desert Storm soldier who while he was overseas received a Dear John letter from his girlfriend back home in the states. To add insult to injury, she wrote, "Will you please return my favorite photograph of myself-- I need it for
Contributed by Jeeva Sam on Mar 20, 2001
Several years ago the Peanuts comic strip had Lucy and Charlie Brown practicing football. Lucy would hold the ball for Charlie’s placekicking and then Charlie would kick the ball. But every time Lucy had ever held the ball for Charlie, he would approach the ball and kick with all his might.