Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 2, 2008
99% IS NOT ENOUGH
Back in the 90’s a California research firm considered the advertising slogan for a popular soap that was 99.4% pure. And they asked themselves the question: “What if everything in the world operated at 99% efficiency?” They discovered:
- drinking water would be unsafe one
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 13, 2009
WHAT IS SIN?
Sin, as defined by a new Ellison Research study, is something almost always considered wrong, particularly from a religious or moral perspective. Out the 30 behaviors studied, adultery was most often described as a sinful behavior by American respondents (81%). Next was racism
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 27, 2009
SO MANY OWED SO MUCH TO ONE
During World War II’s Battle of Britain, the Royal Air Force’s courageous defense of the skies over Britain foiled Hitler’s plans for an invasion of the British Isles. Afterward, Prime Minister Winston Churchill said in the House of Commons, "Never in the history of
Contributed by Keith Foskey on Apr 16, 2014
Paul Washer is a powerful preacher and evangelist. He once had a seminary student send him a message. He was afraid that he was too bad to enter the ministry. He sent him a message that simply said, "I think I am too wicked to be in the ministry." And Paul Washer wrote him back and said, "You are
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Sep 23, 2019
The Gospel does not alter God's promises for Israel. It is not meant for that, just as a laser light has specific purposes but can be misused. Laser pointers are not toys. [https://phys.org/newsstory below:]
Concern is growing over the safe use of small, battery powered, hand held lasers. For
Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 28, 2004
THE REAL DEAL?
Reaching the end of a job interview, the Human Resources Person asked a young accountant who was fresh out of school, "What starting salary were you thinking about?" The Accountant said, "In the neighborhood of 100,000 a year, depending on the benefits package."
Contributed by Lou Nicholes on Nov 22, 2004
Many people have trouble with the concept of total depravity. While not denying they are sinners, many people feel that their sin isn’t bad enough to condemn them. What they don’t understand is that any sin is wholly unacceptable to God. Let’s suppose I invite you over to my house this Saturday
Contributed by Bruce Blythe on Oct 23, 2021
Made this one up for my sermon on the whole Book of Romans (Works, Grace & Living).
Hope some people find it helpful.
A Jew, and an Islamic, and a Christian were drinking coffee.
As they sat and talked the conversation turned toward God.
The Islamic said, “Now, regular prayer