Harry Ironside, the Bible teacher, told of a visit to Palestine years ago by a man named Joseph Flax. He had an opportunity to address a gathering of Jews and Arabs and took for the subject of his address the first Psalm. He read it and then he asked the question: "Who is this blessed man of whom
Contributed by Michael Hahn on Apr 14, 2012
Changing our lives due to the harshness of this world - Coming or going: leaving or staying? Which one will we be happy doing?
The psalmist wrote: "Happy is the man who does not go in the company of sinners, or take his place in the way of evil-doers, or in the seat of those who do not give
Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Feb 16, 2012
COUNT YOUR MANY BLESSINGS
While on a short-term missions trip, Pastor Jack Hinton was leading worship at a leper colony on the island of Tobago. A woman who had been facing away from the pulpit turned around.
"It was the most hideous face I had ever seen," Hinton said. "The woman's nose and
Contributed by Bruce Emmert on May 22, 2001
“Refuse good advice and watch your plans fail; take good counsel and watch them succeed” (Proverbs 3:21). We can say it another way: Heed wise counsel, or watch your hopes be cancelled.
The hard won truth of this proverb is evident in an experience that riveted my generation. In January of 1985
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 4, 2001
Reaching the end of a job interview, the human resources person asked a young engineer fresh out of MIT what kind of a salary he was looking for.
"In the neighborhood of $140,000 a year, depending on the benefits package."
"Well, what would you say to a package of 5-weeks vacation, 14 paid
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 16, 2001
The optimist says, the cup is half full. The pessimist says, the cup is half empty. The child