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  • Cast Your Bread

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Feb 1, 2021

    True Story: There was a boy who lost his parents when he was about thirteen years old. He has left an Orphan without hope of continuing his education. He was brought to a care home run by a Pastor. He was given food and education. The Pastor who believed in investing in young boys and girls, more

  • Something In Their Eyes...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 6, 2011

    SOMETHING IN THEIR EYES... A prominent atheist named Matthew Parris wrote in a 2008 essay about a strange phenomenon that he had observed in Africa. Amazingly, as an atheist, he wrote an essay for The Times titled, "Why Africa Needs God." Although Parris made it clear that he does not believe in more

  • Messiah Fed The Hungry  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 28, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    "MESSIAH" FED THE HUNGRY When Handel wrote "Messiah" he had gone from riches to rags. For 30 years he had entertained Lords and Ladies with his operas. But those days seemed long past. Creditors were at his door. He was depressed. He could not sleep and he was plagued by rheumatism. He feared he more

  • Don't Oppress The Poor

    Contributed by James Dina on Nov 16, 2020

    DON'T OPPRESS THE POOR "A poor man that oppresses the poor is like a sweeping rain which leaves no food." (Proverbs 28:3) Anyone who oppress the poor reproach the Almighty God that creates the poor but those that honor Him has mercy on the poor (Proverbs 14:31). It is a grievous more

  • Bible Readers Change The World  PRO

    Contributed by Hal Seed on Nov 9, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    BIBLE READERS CHANGE THE WORLD If you’ve read anything by Charles Dickens, you know how terrible conditions were in 18th century England. There were no child labor laws, so children as young as age four were put to work up to 12 hours a day in dangerous factories and sent into the corners of more