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  • Crashing Through  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 8, 2011
    based on 2 ratings

    CRASHING THROUGH At three years old, Mike Mays was accidentally blinded by a chemical explosion when he and his 4-year-old sister were playing in the garage. He lived his entire life until he was well into his forties before having his eyesight was restored by a pioneering ophthalmologist. But more

  • Examples Of Generous People

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 3, 2012

    EXAMPLES OF GENEROUS PEOPLE In a country where getting and having more seems so normal, people who choose to live with a lot less so they can help others seem, to put it mildly, less than sane. Zell Kravinsky is one of those people. Kravinsky got rich in the real estate business, and then gave more

  • The Exxon Valdez Is An Oil Tanker That Was On Its ...

    Contributed by Gaylon Clark on Nov 13, 2012

    The Exxon Valdez is an oil tanker that was on its way to Long Beach, California. Instead, it crashed into a reef in Prince William Sound, Alaska. The crash resulted in the second largest oil spill in US History. Between 25-32 million gallons of oil spilled into the Ocean. Over 250,000 members of more

  • The Only Monument In The World Built In The Shape ...  PRO

    Contributed by Michael Elmore on Nov 1, 2001
    based on 85 ratings

    The only monument in the world built in the shape of a bug, to honor a bug is located in Fort Rucker, Alabama. In 1915 the Mexican boll weevil invaded Southeast Alabama and destroyed 60% of the cotton crop. In desperation, the farmers turned to planting peanuts. By 1917 the more

  • Girolamo Savonarola Was One Of The Great ...  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 15, 2001
    based on 8 ratings

    Girolamo Savonarola was one of the great preachers of the fifteenth century. He preached in the great cathedral of Florence, Italy, which contained a magnificent marble statue of the blessed virgin Mary. When Savonarola started preaching at this great cathedral, he noticed one day an elderly woman more

  • God Promised Peace To Those Whom His Favor Rests. ...  PRO

    Contributed by Dana Chau on Dec 22, 2002
    based on 49 ratings

    God promised peace to those whom His favor rests. Let me close with the words from a hymn that Annie Johnson Flint wrote: "What God Hath Promised" God hath not promised skies always blue, Flower strewn pathways all our lives through; God hath not promised sun without rain, Joy without sorrow, more

  • Potato, Egg, Or Coffee?  PRO

    Contributed by Mike Leiter on Jan 14, 2003
    based on 220 ratings

    POTATO, EGG, OR COFFEE? Once upon a time a daughter complained to her father that her life was miserable and that she didn’t know how she was going to make it. She was tired of fighting and struggling all the time. It seemed just as one problem was solved, another one soon followed. Her father, more

  • As Far Back As Anyone Could Remember, Kris Knew ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 17, 2007

    As far back as anyone could remember, Kris knew where he was going. He was clean-cut boy, bright and well behaved. The kind of kid any parent would be proud to call their son. His father was a major general in the Air Force and immensely proud of his son when Kris announced his intention to join more

  • A Winning Team  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 7, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    A WINNING TEAM Lee Iacocca once asked legendary football coach Vince Lombardi what it took to make a winning team. In the book Iacocca records Lombardi’s answer: "There are a lot of coaches with good ball clubs who know the fundamentals and have plenty of discipline but still don’t win the game. more

  • You Pick It Up

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Feb 28, 2020

    The worst defeat in college football came in 1916 when Georgia Tech defeated Cumberland College of Kentucky 222 to 0. Cumberland never even made a first down. The much smaller Cumberland players were being mauled. Halfway through the first half one of the Cumberland players fumbled the ball. As more

  • It Was A Week That Was Shot To Pieces

    Contributed by James Snyder on Jun 26, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    I only made one mistake last week, which is something of a record for me. I try limiting mistakes to one at a time, but not always in sequential order. I once tried to make my mistakes in a logical order, but it turned out to be a mistake. The one faux pas I made was taking Monday off. I proposed more

  • General Douglas Macarthur I Shall Return

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Aug 31, 2021

    Psalm 34:3 O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together. 4 I sought the LORD, and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears. General Douglas MacArthur had a terrible battle. The struggle was against mighty odds. The ALLIED FORCES were lacking in support. There was more

  • Acorn Theology

    Contributed by Todd Catteau on Dec 9, 2021

    I love fall. I love the cooler weather. I love the changing colors. I love football. I love fall with this exception—raking leaves. I have a big oak tree out in my front hard and it is amazing how many leaves that tree can produce. I was out raking the other day and not only was I amazed at all more

  • Gumption

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 13, 2019

    GUMPTION A Hard-working farmer Toils to prepare his fields and sows GOOD SEED, He then reaps a great Harvest--- A lazy Bum don’t prepare and lets weed seeds take over, more

  • Doctors Are Always Right

    Contributed by James Snyder on May 20, 2022

    Last year I suffered what is referred to as a heart attack. I got to the hospital in time, so there was no any major damage. I had one artery known as the "Widow Maker" that was 90% blocked, which seemed to be a very serious thing. Who knew I even had a heart, but doctors are always more

  • I Was Hungry

    Contributed by Dr. Larry Petton on Mar 8, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    Charles Allen has a satirical comment on bearing one another's burdens: "I was hungry, and you formed a humanities club and discussed my hunger. I was imprisoned, and you crept off quietly to your chapel in the cellar and prayed for my release. I was naked, and in your mind you more

  • Who Are We Here For??

    Contributed by Dr. Larry Petton on Mar 8, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    The story has often been told about the message the founder of the Salvation Army sent to their international convention. General William Booth was unable to attend personally because of ill health, so he cabled the delegates a message containing one word: "OTHERS!" In the popular comic more

  • I Don’t Believe In Superstition…but

    Contributed by James Snyder on Nov 3, 2023

    I don’t believe in any of the superstitious nonsense that seems to be going around these days. Some people have a fear of numbers like 13 and 666. What in the world does a number have to do with anything? When I am around people who are superstitious like that, I’m afraid I lean toward the more

  • Yeager And The Sound Barrier

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 7, 2011

    YEAGER AND THE SOUND BARRIER Chuck Yeager was the first man to ever break the sound barrier in an aircraft. Planes like the British Meteor jets that approached the speed of sound (760MPH at sea level, 660 MPH at 40,000 feet) had encountered severe buffeting of the controls. At that time, no one more

  • Wartime Speech By Churchill,

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 29, 2009

    Wartime Speech by Churchill, "We Will Never Surrender" On the fifth of June, 1940, not even a month after he became prime minister, Winston Churchill spoke to the British people to encourage them of their desperate situation. Bear in mind that in September of the previous year the Nazis had more