Someone once asked Jay Kesler, former president of Youth for Christ International, if he believed that God could make a fish big enough to swallow a man.
As a college president and above average in intelligence, in a world in which we have learned to split the atom and go to the moon and send spaceships to Neptune, did Kesler really think that God can make a fish big enough to swallow a man?
I mean really?
Dr. Kesler’s reply is one of simple trust in a great God.
He answered, "Let me tell you, I not only believe that he can make such a fish, but the...Continue reading this sermon illustration (Free with PRO)
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