Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 21, 2005
I remember one winter my dad needed firewood, and he found a dead tree and sawed it down. In the spring, to his dismay, new shoots sprouted around the trunk. He said, “I thought sure it was dead. The leaves had all dropped in the wintertime. It was so cold that twigs snapped as if there were no
Contributed by Trae Durden on Nov 11, 2014
“To delay or fail to make decisions may be more sinful than to make wrong decisions out of faith
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 20, 2007
Life & The Internet 45% of Internet users, or about 60 million Americans, say the internet helped them make big decisions or negotiate their way through major life
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 3, 2002
"Treasuring is an attitude we carry in our hearts, a conviction we hold deep down inside. It’s one big decision that plays itself out in 10,000 little decisions every day of our lives. This one giant choice to treasure your husband lights up a
Jesus talks about letting his words remain in us. What does that mean? On occasion I’ve had opportunities to go elsewhere, away from the mission, to churches that were bigger and where there seemed to be more to gain.
But whenever those opportunities come up, my dad’s voice has always gone off
Contributed by Larry Moyer on Aug 5, 2009
NO GOOD REASON, JUST AN EXCUSE
Some time ago I spoke to a man in the Air Force. He admitted to me that he did not know if he was going to heaven. So I pulled a 3x5 card from my pocket and said, "I would like you to list on that card whatever is keeping you from trusting Christ right now."