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  • While Spending A Week At Her Grandfather's, Sarah ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on May 4, 2008

    While spending a week at her grandfather's, Sarah felt inner peace and comfort. She recognized that something was different here. During that week, She observed her grandfather pray with passion and he seemed to always be reading from his Bible. Sarah at the ripe age of five sensed the relationship more

  • Whatever We Can Desire Or Stand In Need Of, It Is ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on May 4, 2008

    Whatever we can desire or stand in need of, it is wrapped up in this phrase, "THOU ART MY more

  • Ben Hooper Was Born In Newport, Tennessee In 1870 ...  PRO

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Jan 10, 2008
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    Ben Hooper was born in Newport, Tennessee in 1870 He was born out of wedlock , to Sarah Wade. As a result, He had a tough childhood, being taunted by others. In his early school years , his Grandfather died, and his mother was forced to place Ben in an Orphanage in Knoxville Tenn. At Age Nine, more

  • A New Mother Stayed With Her Parents For Several ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Jan 10, 2008

    A new mother stayed with her parents for several days after the birth of their first child. One afternoon she remarked to her mother that it was surprising that the baby had dark hair, since both her and her husband had brown blonde hair. The grandmother said “well, your daddy has black hair. “ more

  • A City Missionary In London Was Called To An Old ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Nov 9, 2007

    A city missionary in London was called to an old building where a woman lay dying in the last stages of a terrible disease. The room was cold and she had nowhere to lie but on the floor. When the missionary asked if there was anything he could do, she replied, "I have all I really need; I have more

  • Three Chefs Were Working In A Restaurant One Day, ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Nov 9, 2007
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    Three chefs were working in a restaurant one day, when their kitchen supervisor approached them with an order, and instructions on how to properly prepare it. The first chef looked at the instructions, and said "You can show a recipe to 100 different people, and each of them get a different more

  • Ill- Keep The Image Sharp - Our Daily Bread - ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Oct 27, 2007

    ILL- Keep the Image Sharp - Our Daily Bread - April 1985 The 19th century French inventor Louis Daguerre was one of the pioneers of photography. In those early days, he could take a picture by exposing a metal plate to light. When the plate was taken out of the camera, however more

  • Ill- The Fable Of The Jealous Eagle (Taken From ...  PRO

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Oct 27, 2007
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    Ill- The Fable of the Jealous eagle (Taken from an old "Our Daily Bread") The Great Evangelist DL Moody once told a fable of an eagle who was envious of another that could fly better than he could. One day the bird saw a sportsman with a bow and arrow and said to him “I wish more

  • Charles Spurgeon Illustrated The Importance Of ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Oct 11, 2007

    "Charles Spurgeon illustrated the importance of faith’s obeject by telling of two men in a Boat. Caught in serve rapids , they were being swept toward a waterfall. some men on shore tried to save them by throwing them a rope. One man caught hold of it and was pulled to safetyon the shore. The more

  • Charles Hadden Spurgeon: Worry /Fear

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on May 14, 2007

    ILL- Charles Hadden Spurgeon- worry /fear Charles Hadden Spurgeon, a great 19th century preacher, once said that he worried for weeks before a speaking engagement, even to the extent of hoping he would break a leg and miss the event . When he finally entered the pulpit to speak , he was more

  • Ill- Charles Wesley, Near His Death - While In ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on May 14, 2007

    Ill- Charles Wesley, near His death - while in pain he attempted to speak with all of his might. He shouted that which can be faintly heard, “The Best of All is, GOD IS WITH US.” Again, he said it as a radiant glow came from his face. more

  • If Jesus Christ Be God And Died For Me Than No ...

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Mar 29, 2007

    IF Jesus Christ be God and Died for me than no sacifice is to Great for me to give to Him. more

  • Teddy Stallard

    Contributed by Richard Sharp on Mar 29, 2007
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    Ill- Teddy Stallard Teddy Stallard was an unattractive and unmotivated fifth grade boy. His teacher, Mrs. Thompson found him difficult to like due to his deadpan, expressionless, unfocused stare. She had to admit that down deep inside she took pleasure in marking his papers with red ink more