Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 17, 2009
Crowns have always been the sign of authority and Kingship. Charlemagne, whom historians say should deserve to be called "great" above all others, wore an octagonal crown. Each of the eight sides was a plaque of gold, and each plaque was studded with emeralds, sapphires, and pearls.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jul 30, 2010
Will Rogers said, "You can summarize American History into two great movements: the passing of the Buffalo and The passing of the buck."
Contributed by Larry Wilson on Aug 10, 2011
TEARING OF THE VEIL
QUOTE: Note 194 “This veil, which was the thickness of a palm breadth, was sixty feet long and thirty broad, and separated the Holy and Most Holy Places. Various attempts have been made to explain this strange phenomenon on naturalistic grounds, such as the earthquake, or as
Contributed by Michael Brown on Mar 11, 2008
I sat down one day and began to think about what word I would choose if I could only choose one word to describe myself; one word which would describe me better than any other word.
Many words immediately began to pour into my mind. I could think of so many aspects of my life that I
Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Aug 11, 2008
CROWN OF THORNS
Nearly thirty years ago on Saturday night I sat in an indoor arena excitedly watching a beautiful Arabian stallion receive the very high honor of "Legion of Merit."
The lights were turned off and a large spotlight appeared at the entrance gate. Music played as this beautiful
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 3, 2012
NO KING BUT JESUS
Did you know that the colonialists wanted to make George Washington a king? But he refused. Because George and many of the colonists believed that there was only one king, and it was not King George III.
On April 22, 1774, before the Revolutionary War, a report was sent to
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 5, 2012
A BOY WAITS FOR THE BUS
There's an old story of the boy who stood on a sidewalk, waiting on a bus. A man walking by spotted the boy, and gave him some gentle instruction. "Son," he said, "if you're waiting on the bus, you need to move to the street corner. That's where the bus stops for
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 29, 2012
AN ART GALLERY TESTIMONY
There is the story about an old English farmer who went to London and visited one of the great art galleries in the city. There he was attracted by a painting of the crucifixion. He sat before it, studying each detail with intense interest. At last, forgetful of his
Contributed by Kevin Karhoff on Mar 23, 2013
The meaning of life. The wasted years of life. The poor choices of life. God answers the mess of life with one word: grace. We talk as though we understand the term. The bank gives us a grace period. The seedy politician falls from grace. Musicians speak of a grace note. We describe an
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 12, 2014
M51 Whirlpool Galaxy -- Source: www.hubblesite.org
The Hubble Telescope has been orbiting the earth since 1990 taking pictures into deep space. On June 8, 1992 it took a picture of the center of the M51 Whirlpool Galaxy which is 23 million light years from our galaxy. The picture of the core
AT JESUS’ ATONING DEATH ON THE CROSS, IT IS SAID THAT
SIN WAS NULLIFIED, SINNER WAS JUSTIFIED, LAW
Introduction: Some women can be unsung heroines even if they were not believers at the time. Such a woman is the wife of Pontius Pilate, the Roman official overseeing Israel at the time.
Text, Matthew 27:19, KJV: 19 When he was set down on the judgment seat, his wife sent unto him, saying, Have