Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
God our Father has made all things depend on faith so that whoever has faith will have everything, and whoever does not have
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 12, 2002
Here is a list of things housewives are most thankful for:
"For automatic dishwashers because they make it possible for us to get out of the kitchen before the family comes back in for their after-dinner snacks.
For husbands who attack small repair jobs around the house
Contributed by Melvin Newland on Apr 16, 2001
Maybe you’ve heard about the preacher who was visiting various classes during the Sunday School Hour to see how they were doing. One Sunday he visited the class of 6th grade boys. They were talking about things in the O.T.
He listened for a while & then asked, “Who knows who knocked down the
Contributed by David Swinney on May 11, 2001
One day a woman was rushing home from a doctor’s appointment. The doctor had been somewhat delayed at the hospital, and the lab work took a little longer than usual so by the time she left the clinic she was running quite a bit behind schedule. She still had to pick up her prescription, pick up
Years ago, I heard a story about a preacher who went to a small town to preach a series of gospel sermons. His attempt was to evangelize that little town. He preached for two weeks. During the whole time, only one little girl responded to the invitation at the end of one of his sermons. She
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 16, 2001
The only ultimate disaster that can befall us, I have come to realize, is to feel ourselves at home here on
Contributed by Rick Crandall on Dec 23, 2012
*Dr. R.G. Lee was the much loved pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis from 1927-1960. One day when R.G was a little boy, he asked his mother what was the happiest day of her life. Her name was Elizabeth. And she thought back to the time of the Civil War when she was a little
Contributed by Davon Huss on Oct 18, 2014
In his novel The Source, James Michener described a period in Jewish history around 170 BC when the Jews in Palestine faced severe persecution. Greek officials came to Jerusalem and read an edict that forbade any Jew from worshipping Yahweh, and ordered them to lay their hands on an unclean pig
Contributed by Davon Huss on Sep 5, 2015
In the Ice Age movies a squirrel is on a never ending quest for the acorn. He tries and he tries to get that acorn, and meets with a variety of misadventures along the way. He never succeeds in getting the acorn.
In one of these movies, the squirrel has a "near death" experience, and finds himself
On June 30, 1859, one of the greatest tight-rope walkers in history, Charles Blondin, became the first man in history to walk across Niagara Falls. Approximately 25,000 people watched him walk a 1,000-foot line suspended above the raging falls without any safety nets. When he safely reached the
Contributed by Richard Tow on Jul 18, 2017
Ignace Jan Paderewski, the famous pianist, was scheduled to perform at a great concert hall in America. It was a high-society extravaganza. Present in the audience that evening was a mother and her fidgety nine-year old. She had brought him in the hopes that when he heard the great composer play,
Baseball And The Curious Case Of Scooter Gennett
Baseball is known for its surprises. It's a beautiful game that lets grown men play a kids game. For more than a century of baseball and thousands of games, only 16 men have homered four times in one game. The last was Josh Hamilton, five years
A couple once asked me: "What must we do to get married?"
I answered: "All you have to do is say, I do."
But, I ask you, was this all?
What about the ring, the marriage license, the blood test and the wedding ceremony? Are these also parts of getting married?
Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Aug 16, 2020
How do we find rest through the chaotic mess the accuser continually throws at society? By coming, believing and trusting with the faith of a child!
By trusting in our God given measure of faith and realizing everything is going to be alright, because God says it will and that’s enough!
Contributed by Billy Nale on Apr 16, 2011
If I have seen farther than others, it is because I was standing on the
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 3, 2011
FEELING A TUG
A small boy was flying a kite one April afternoon when a low drifting cloud encircled the kite and hid it from view. A man passing by asked the little boy what he was doing with that string in his hand.
"I’m flying my kite," the child responded.
The man, looking up and
Contributed by Ed Lu on Oct 22, 2011
Hey, do you ever wonder why God gave wings to chicken? Can’t fly. Can’t float. God gave chicken wings for people! In fact, chicken wings are the most expensive part of the chicken. Wings cost almost as much as the whole chicken nowadays.
Ever feel like a wing on a chicken? Don’t think you can do
Contributed by David Tack on Nov 24, 2011
"What can be proved requires no faith to accept. Faith rests upon the character of God, not upon the demonstrations of laboratory or logic...To try to find a common ground between the message of the cross and man's fallen reason is to try the impossible, and if persisted in must result in an
Contributed by Cajun Pauley on Jun 23, 2007
<i> By faith Abraham, when he was called, obeyed and went out to a place he was going to receive as an inheritance; he went out, not knowing where he was going.– Hebrews 11:8 HCSB </i>
There once was an old Christian who was often entranced by his love for the Lord. One summer