Contributed by Dan Erickson on Nov 21, 2000
One of the most memorable books I have ever read is A Severe Mercy. This is the story of Sheldon Vanauken and his wife Davy, who happened to be friends of C. S. Lewis. This couple was deeply in love and they sought to build the ideal marriage. They would only read books that the other wanted to
Contributed by Ray Navarro on Dec 7, 2001
It was a dark and stormy night.
You could hear the thunder in the distance. Bats flapped their wings in the darkness of the night.
There the castle stood. The wolves were howling; the trees were swaying in the wind as it whistled.
And inside the castle, a faint light shown…from a
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 28, 2004
A young man learns what’s most important in life from the guy next door.
It had been some time since Jack had seen the old man. College, girls, career, and life itself got in the way. In fact, Jack moved clear across the country in pursuit of his dreams. There, in the rush of his busy life,
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Oct 13, 2004
“Goodbye Ginger!” 1 Corinthians13: 8-13: Key verse(s): 12: “Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.”
Yesterday, on a bright and sunny autumn day, Ginger died. Ginger was one of my
Contributed by John Harvey on Feb 12, 2004
WHAT'S GOD GOT TO DO WITH IT?
If you “Google” the word love, and you have to be very careful doing this, you will find all sorts of websites,120,000,000 to be exact. Here are some examples that you will find:
I love Dogs.com
I love Cats.com (Although this one is a plea to spay or
Bell is no bell, unless you ring it
Song is no song, unless you sing it
Contributed by Bret Toman on Jan 4, 2011
"In recent years, and especially since the 1960s, the democratic societies of the West have been enlarging the boundaries of acceptable behaviour, in effect redefining sin. The sexual revolution of my youth dismantled barriers against premarital sex and encouraged open marriages.
Contributed by Josh Hunt on Feb 7, 2012
Al was my father-in-law. He was an uncomplicated man, easy to like. He was a natural athlete and avid outdoorsman who loved to hunt and fish. When he had a daughter (his first grandchild; my wife has no siblings) we didn’t realize how excited Al was about the prospect of taking her to the Great
Contributed by Ken Pell on May 6, 2013
"YOU'RE NOT FROM AROUND HERE."
There is not much you can do about it. Once you have been around it everybody else knows. I’m talking about the red dirt of western Oklahoma. It’s caused by the iron in the soil that, after being oxidized, turns to rust.
It seems that nothing can erase or
Contributed by Ken Pell on May 6, 2013
"YOU PROMISED ME"
Love always perseveres. Love never Fails.
In 1989, an 8.2 earthquake almost flattened Armenia, killing over 30,000 people in less than four minutes. Surprisingly, such tragedies often bring out the best in people. Let me show you the loving heart of a father.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 27, 2009
OFFER PATIENTS LOVE
At his clinic in Topeka, Kansas, Dr. Karl Menninger instructed his entire staff that the most important thing they could offer any patient was love. He said, "If people can learn to give and receive love, they will usually recover from their
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 25, 2009
LOVE IN THE DRIVEWAY
One young boy said, "Love is when his daddy reads me a bedtime story. True love is when he doesn’t skip any pages."
I remember when my son Shawn was in high school. Several times he parked his truck in the middle of the driveway. That got my dander up, because I could not
WHAT IS THE GREATEST ACT OF LOVE?
The kiss is mentioned 23 times in the Bible.
To hold hands is mentioned 12 times. For a total of 35 times.
LISTEN is in the Bible 353 times.
HEAR is mentioned 382 times.
Listening is 19 times… For a total of 754 times… To hear and listen is mentioned 33 times more