Contributed by Rick Palmer on Oct 15, 2018
While fishing in the dark in a very deep canyon can present very obvious problems it can produce some unexpected experiences as well.
It was a warm summer night about 2:00 AM, dark would be an understatement as the moon was nonexistent at least in the bottom of our canyon. Trout was
Contributed by Kevin Karhoff on Mar 12, 2013
Being filled with the power of the Spirit begins with an honest acknowledgement of our own weakness. The truth is that most of us go to great lengths to
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 20, 2011
SPURGEON ON TRUTH AND THE SPIRIT
The great 19th century British preacher, Charles Spurgeon, made a wonderful analogy about the Holy Spirit’s role in leading us into God’s truth:
"Truth may be compared to a cave or grotto, with wondrous stalactites reaching from the roof, and others reaching
Contributed by Sermoncentral on May 3, 2011
OSWALD CHAMBERS ON CONVICTION OF SIN
Oswald Chambers: "Conviction of sin is one of the rarest things that ever strikes a man. It is the threshold of an understanding of God. Jesus Christ said that when the Holy Spirit came He would convict of sin, and when the Holy Spirit rouses the conscience
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 5, 2011
RUNNING FROM SIN
The story is told of a young girl who accepted Christ as her Savior and applied for membership in a local church. "Were you a sinner before you received the Lord Jesus into your life?" inquired an old deacon.
"Yes, sir," she replied.
"Well, are you still a sinner?"
Contributed by Sermoncentral on May 29, 2010
Prayer and Conviction of Sin in the Life of a Gambler
R. A. Torrey in his book The Holy Spirit tells how the elders and deacons of Moody Church met every Friday night for supper and to go over the church rolls to see which people needed attention. At one meeting, an elder expressed a concern:
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Nov 16, 2004
“Dad’s Coming Home--Mom’s in the Kitchen!” John 16: 1-16 Key verse(s): 7: “But I tell you the truth: It is for your good that I am going away. Unless I go away, the Counselor will not come to you; but if I go, I will send him to you.”
Growing up, one thing that I always was pretty sure of was