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  • Too Easily Pleased! (07.06.05--Joy Every ...  PRO

    Contributed by Mark Brunner on Jul 4, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Too Easily Pleased! (07.06.05--Joy Every Day--Ecclesiastes 9:7-10) I was happy with things the way they were. Why should I go to any great length to make them any better when, as it were, I was contented with how my car looked and drove? This was my response about a year ago when my wife more

  • The Bigger Picture  PRO

    Contributed by Mark Brunner on Nov 22, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    Dave Bosewell tells a story about Earl Weaver, former manager of the Baltimore Orioles. Weaver had a rule that no one could steal a base unless given the steal sign. This upset one of his star players, Reggie Jackson, because he felt he knew the pitchers and catchers well enough to judge who he more

  • The Real Persuaders Are Our Appetites, Our ...  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 11, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    "The real persuaders are our appetites, our fears and above all our vanity. The skillful propagandist stirs more

  • Ignoring The Barriers Of The Past

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 18, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    IGNORING THE BARRIERS OF THE PAST Every four years, the world’s attention turns to the summer Olympic games. For a few days, men and women from around the globe gather to compete against the best. Amazing records are broken and new ones are set at these games. The Four-Minute-Mile: Just a few more

  • Seizing Opportunity

    Contributed by Jung Lee on Jan 15, 2024
    based on 1 rating

    The ancient allegory of 'Occasio' or 'Opportunity' is represented by a unique statue. This figure is often depicted as a youth with a peculiar hairstyle: lush and long in the front but completely bald at the back. The imagery is profound in its symbolism. The long lock of hair at more

  • Charles Schwab's Challenge

    Contributed by David Swanger on Jan 18, 2024

    Dale Carnegie tells of a mill manager whose men were not producing. The owner, whose name was Charles Schwab, asked why. The manager had no idea. "I've coaxed the men; I've punished them; I've sworn and cursed; I've threatened them with damnation and being fired. But nothing more