Contributed by Sermoncentral on Sep 2, 2008
"We are not to be isolated but insulated," said Vance Havner, "moving in the midst of evil but untouched by it."
Separation is contact with contamination. Jesus was "holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners" (Heb. 7:26), yet He was "a friend of tax collectors and sinners" (Luke
Contributed by Tim Zingale on Oct 3, 2005
A teenager noticed this in his own life and sought out his pastor.
A teenager was sitting in the pastor’s office saying,"Sometimes I don’t think I am a Christian. I don’t seem to have the same interest and excitement, or enthusiasm I once did. It isn’t easy for me to remember God, to come to
Contributed by Glenn Newton on May 3, 2005
Does anyone know what that piece in the middle of the washer is called? The part in the middle that moves back and forth and shakes the clothes back and forth? What is that called? I’m going to call it an Agitator…. What is the purpose of the Agitator?
As far as I can tell, it sole purpose is
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Nov 1, 2001
Fred Craddock, in an address to ministers, caught the practical implications of living for Christ.
-"We think giving our all to the Lord is like taking a $l,000 bill and laying it on the table-- ’Here’s my life, Lord. I’m giving it all.’
-But the reality for most of us is that he sends us to
Contributed by Andrew Schroer on Mar 12, 2001
Now, my dad once told me the story about a peculiar fisherman from Minnesota. You see, this fisherman was very well prepared. He knew how to fish. He had everything you need to be a good fisherman. He had poles, nets, bait, and even a really nice boat, but this fisherman had a problem. You