Contributed by B H Grace on Sep 7, 2021
I am afraid that if Paul Revere rode through our towns crying, "The evil is coming! The evil is coming" Church folks would go back to sleep instead of rising to arms and in the morning have him arrested for disturbing the peace. The same works for revival. The call may come and God
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"The carpenter or plumber or painter, the butcher or baker or candlestick maker who would naturally prosper is he who does
Victor Hugo’s Novel “Les Miserables” tells a story of a man named Jean Valjean, who served nineteen years of hard labour for the crime of stealing bread. When he was finally released, Valjean was a hardened, tough ex-convict.
But one day his life was transformed by forgiveness. A kind bishop
THE ARTIST IS NOW KNOWN
In 2002, a drawing was discovered in what used to be a maid's room in one of the museums. The chalk drawing of a candlestick was one of 5 drawings sold collectively to the museum in 1940 for $60.
For decades, it sat in the storage until one day a visiting scholar
The law indeed was given through Moses;
grace and truth came through Jesus Christ … (Verse 17)
If you compare the two, you’ll find that when the Law came down, 3,000 people died. That’s in Exodus 32:28.
When the Holy Spirit came down, 3,000 people were saved. That’s in Acts 2:41.
Contributed by Chris Jordan on Feb 6, 2013
GRACE: JEAN VALJEAN FROM LES MISERABLES
The story of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables is a great example of grace.
* I read the book many years ago. Liza and I just saw the movie adaptation of the musical.
* "Les Misérables is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo, first published in 1862,
Contributed by Patrick Malone on Mar 20, 2005
I’m sure many of you will know the story of Victor Hugo’s epic tale LES MISERABLES. Well let me remind you this morning of the opening picture. Jean Valjean, our hero, is released on parole from 19 years of hard labour on a chain gang? His crime, he was caught trying to steal a loaf of bread. And
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 28, 2008
THE LIGHT THAT SAVES
The story is told of a remarkable event that took place a little more than 30 years ago in the Gulf of Mexico. Darrel Dore was working on an oil rig when the rig suddenly started to wobble. Before too long, the rig tipped to one side and crashed into the water. Darrel found
Contributed by Chris Surber on May 3, 2007
My 18 month old son Sebastian is a hard worker! Now, he doesn’t usually get much accomplished in a constructive way, but boy is he busy! A couple of days ago Christina and I were outside raking the yard in front of the parsonage and cleaning up the area.
The whole time Sebastian was hard at
I once read a lesson about this man, Simeon, he was a shepherd that lived in 390 A.D. He saw how corrupt the world had become. So he decided to LIVE ABOVE ALL THE EVIL and CORRUPTION. So he built a 6 feet tall pillar to be above the evil world. He built a little area and he lived on this
I HAVE A COMPELLING FOCUS TO REACH MY GOD POTENTIAL…
MY CANDLE? I FIND THE ROOM SO DARK… WILL MY LITTLE LIGHT MAKE A DIFFERENCE? WILL I CONSIDER MY SEEDS, MY LITTLE CANDLE, THE LIGHT…
James 3:5 Even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth great things. Behold, how great a matter a
Numbers of the Bible”
The number one is for God. We must begin with number one or we cannot have number two or any other number. Mathematically speaking we cannot get anywhere without the number one. We must begin with God.
The number two is for man. Man as an individual. God
Contributed by Pastor Cosmos on Jan 13, 2011
NUMBERS IN THE BIBLE
Remember to use these keys when dealing whith Bible Prophecy only
Many of the numbers in the Bible have deeper prophetic or spiritual significance. Both in the Old and New Testaments, numbers reveal hidden concepts and meanings that commonly escape the casual reader. And