Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 8, 2011
THE WRONG OIL
Phil (a member of our congregation) owns a stunning sports car. It's a Viper. It's a thing of beauty. And it has a powerful engine with 10 cylinders. Most of us common folks have cars with 6 and 8 cylinders... but this car has TEN cylinders. I'm pretty sure it can take you anywhere
A boy got his first job. As he was boasting about the amount of work he did, he said, "I get up at 5 a.m. and have my breakfast." He was asked, "Does anyone else get up too?" He replied, "Oh yes, mother gets up and fixes my breakfast and then fixes dad’s breakfast."
"And what about your dinner?"
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 5, 2007
d) Charles Spurgeon, a Baptist minister, in his commentary on the Psalms from the 1800’s says, “How good men can endure to be called ‘reverend’ we know not. Being unable to discover any reason why our fellow men should reverence us, we half suspect that in other men there is not very much which
Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Apr 10, 2005
I read a recent magazine article about a pastor and his encounter with some unbelievers while having breakfast. Here is how he tells the story: “My wife and I were vacationing in Estes Park, Colorado, and had breakfast in a coffee shop. It was empty except for four men at another table. One was
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 24, 2003
FAITHFUL TO THE FINISH
In the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, Derek Redmond of Great Britain was considered a favorite contender for a medal. It was the evening of August 3, 1992 as Redmond was pitted against seven others in a semi-final in the 400 meters. Redmond knelt poised, waiting for the race to
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 10, 2002
The Leo Burnett advertising agency did a nationwide telephone survey a few years ago on lying, cataloging when we lie, how we lie, and why we lie.
The results were interesting.
Ninety-one percent of all Americans confessed that they regularly lied. Seventy-nine percent had given out
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 17, 2000
George Hunter contends that the first characteristic of a secular person in the modern world is that he or she is ignorant of basic Christianity. It has been said of the Baby Busters, those born between 1963 and 1977 and the first generation to grow up in a postmodern context, that they lack even