Introduction: sometimes we forget, or take for granted, the easy availability of God’s Word. Retail stores (not just Christian bookstores) sometimes have copies of the whole Bible for a dollar per copy! Secondhand or thrift stores occasionally have donated Bibles and other portions for a very
Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 21, 2002
STARING DEATH IN THE FACE
"The first button, the second button, the third button and then we saw the belt."
This is what Baruch Neuman said when he realized he was facing a suicide bomber.
Is that not how Satan attacks? Once glance, another thought, and then we are in bondage to a sin
Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on Feb 24, 2008
Several famous people were asked what they felt was the saddest word in the English language. Here’s what some of them said,
• Poet T. S. Eliot: “The saddest word in the English language is, of course, ‘saddest.’”
• Lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II: “But.”
• Writer John Dos Passos quoted John
Contributed by Paul Kallan on Jan 11, 2003
At the beginning of the World War II, Israel Eugenio was the chief Rabbi of Rome. The Nazis occupied Rome in September 1943. The Nazi officer Kappler demanded 50 kg of gold in place of the Jews. The Jews feverishly managed to collect 35 kg. The chief Rabbi Zolli realized his helplessness. For the
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Jan 20, 2005
“No Rusty Promises in Heaven!” Leviticus 26: 40-45 Key verse(s): 45:“But for their sake I will remember the covenant with their ancestors whom I brought out of Egypt in the sight of the nations to be their God. I am the Lord.”
If you are interested in learning about hope, take a walk sometime