Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Nov 25, 2019
But what if you burn the bird? There is a positive way of looking at it:
• Salmonella won't be a concern
• No one will overeat.
• Everyone will think it's Cajun Blackened.
• Uninvited guests will think twice next year.
• Your cheese broccoli lima bean casserole will gain newly found
RENEWED LIKE THE EAGLE
When the Psalmist mentions the renewal of the eagle, he may be referring to the "molting process" in an eagle’s life. As eagles age, their beaks and talons become encrusted with calcium. Thus, neither is as sharp as they once were. When this happens the aging eagle cannot
A young woman woke up early one day, she was so excited.
She said: THIS WILL BE A WONDERFUL DAY.
She looked in the mirror to discover she ONLY HAD THREE HAIRS ON HER HEAD.
She thought for a while and decided she would BRAID her hair.
She thought her BRAID WITH THE Three HAIRS was so pretty.
Contributed by Rev.james Kelly on Aug 15, 2011
THE LOVE OF A SISTER
What is love? This story was found while watching Crime Investigation Channel in our home here in the Philippines:
Kip Kinkel was a troubled young men and at the time of this story I am about to tell you happened when Kep was seventeen. Kip lived with his parents, Faith
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 19, 2011
THANKFUL PEOPLE ARE HAPPY PEOPLE
I read a news story once of a woman who was getting ready to jump off a 44 story building in New York City.
Witnesses said that she did not look like the type of person who would do such a thing. She was very distinguished and well dressed.
Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Aug 11, 2008
A Father's Legacy
Jim Berg wrote about the state of the family: "The family, which should be the greatest refuge for the child, has become a domestic battlefield where a child is often caught in the crossfire of his parents' warfare. The time and energy that should be spent giving him the
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 17, 2006
Inasmuch as the great Father has given us this year an abundant harvest of Indian corn, wheat, peas, beans, squashes, and garden vegetables, and has made the forests to abound with game and the sea with fish and clams, and inasmuch as he has protected us from the ravages of the savages, has spared
Contributed by Peter Bines on Sep 6, 2005
From Joni Eareckson-Tada:‘Why do we feel so bad about our past sins? Because we confuse sin with its impression. Got a notebook nearby? Let me show you how it can be so. Write the word ‘sin’ on the top page. Press hard. Now tear of that sheet of paper, crumple it up and throw it across the room.
Contributed by Billy Kryger on Nov 11, 2002
Poem: Praise The Lord
Praise Him when the sun is shining,
When the winds of trouble blow,
When you see no silver lining,
On the clouds that hand so low.
Praise illumines clouds of sorrow,
Turns the gray skies into gold,
Giving promise of a ‘morrow
Bright with blessings
Contributed by Brian La Croix on Oct 26, 2002
THE DISTANCE BETWEEN EAST AND WEST
The Bible says in Psalm 103 that God removes our sins as far as the east is from the west. Do you understand how far that is?
Let me just give you a hint. If you were to travel north from anywhere, at what point would you begin going south? At the north
Contributed by Melvin Newland on Nov 9, 2001
There is an old story about a man in China who was walking on a rain slick road. He lost his footing & fell into a ditch filled with mud. He kept sinking deeper & deeper in the mud. The more he struggled to get out of the ditch, the deeper he sank.
As he was sinking in the mud Buddha came