Contributed by Clark Tanner on Dec 4, 2008
In coming into the world He confirmed God's promises.
In coming into the world He revealed the Father to us.
In coming into the world He was able to become our faithful High Priest.
In coming into the world He was able to put away sin.
In coming into the world He destroyed the
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"Come in the evening, or come in the morning, Come when you're looked for,
Contributed by Mark Eberly on Dec 3, 2007
Advent is about the coming of Christ. Coming in to your life so you can begin again and again. In order to symbolize as an act of worship, I want you to take the beach glass that you received early. Feel it. Feel it’s hardness. Feel it’s roughness. Let this be a symbol of your past. Your sins. Your
Contributed by Aaron Burgess on Nov 19, 2002
THE KIDS ARE COMING
The day before Thanksgiving an elderly man in Phoenix called his son in New York and said to him, "I hate to ruin your day, but I have to tell you that your mother and I are divorcing; 45 years of misery is enough. We’re sick of each other, and so you call your sister in
COME AND DIE
In The Cost of Discipleship Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote:
“The cross is laid on every Christian. As we embark upon discipleship we surrender ourselves to Christ in union with his death–we give over our lives to death. The cross is not the terrible end to an otherwise god-fearing
Contributed by Larry Jacobs on Aug 18, 2005
Inside the tomb Christ lay one morn,
Defeated seemed salvation’s horn,
But God the Father spoke the word,
And this He said, tho no man heard,
Inside the tomb of sin I lay,
The price of sin I had to pay;
But Christ the Raiser of the dead
Spoke to my poor, bound soul and
Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Aug 27, 2008
Coming in Last
Discouragement cramps our momentum; the heat-stroke of opposition can drain our stamina and motivation. Running into obstacles that drive our faces in the asphalt of reality make it hard to get back up.
Our stories are not unlike Felicians Hopfner-Hibb's or Simon Whitfield's.
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Sep 2, 2008
COME IN OR STAY OUT
Little Billy was caught in the act of some mischief and his mother asked him, "How do you expect to get into heaven?" He thought for a moment and then said, "Well, I’ll just run in and out and keep slamming the door until they say, ’For heaven’s sake, either come in or stay
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jul 30, 2008
IT COMES BACK TO YOU
A preacher was making his rounds to his parishioners on a bicycle when he came upon a little boy trying to sell a lawn mower.
"I’ve been needing a lawn mower. How much do you want for it?" asked the preacher.
"I just want enough money to go out and buy me a bike," said
"The Blup is Coming"
One day, after years and years of wondering about extra-terrestrial life, earth received a message from space. The message said only this: "The Blup is coming." Scientists were excited, and soon the word spread about the "Blup." The media began reporting about
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 20, 2002
That reminds me of the old story about an elderly missionary returning to the United States to retire. He & his wife had spent over 40 years serving in Africa. But now he was alone. His wife & two children had long since found their final resting place in the soil of Africa. As he got
Contributed by Joe Bertone on Aug 27, 2012
Longing to leave her poor Brazilian neighborhood, Christina wanted to see the world. Discontent with a home having only a pallet on the floor, a washbasin, and a wood-burning stove, she dreamed of a better life in the city. One morning she slipped away breaking her mother’s
Contributed by Paul Steen on Dec 9, 2017
There was a young man who constantly quarreled with his father. Finally, he left home without saying goodbye. He continued to keep in touch with his mom but cut connections with his dad.
After a few years, he wanted to come home for Christmas very badly. But he was afraid his dad would not
Contributed by Larry Wilson on Jul 4, 2010
Have you ever been coming back home on a trip that seemed to last forever? You say, oh if I were already home. Imagine someone in the depth of sin, desperately wanting to be out of its bondage, yet not even hoping that things could ever change. Dear sir, I am glad I can
Contributed by Dylan Potter on Jul 18, 2003
“They who come to Christ, do not only come to a resting-place after they have been wandering in a wilderness, but they come to a banqueting-house where they may rest, and where they may feast. They may cease from their former troubles and toils,
Contributed by Gene Gregory on Mar 13, 2008
Come with me for a moment. Come with me as we leave here and drive down Elizabeth Street. At the end of Elizabeth Street, you take a left on Debary Ave. Drive on Debary Ave. until to reach Providence and take a left. Drive down Providence until you reach Saxon. Take a right on Saxon and drive
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"Come, come, my conservative friend, wipe the dew off your spectacles, and
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Sep 22, 2002
COME AND LISTEN TO MY STORY…
"[Using] the very latest equipment, Texaco workmen set about drilling for oil at Lake Peigneur in Louisiana during November 1980.
"After only a few hours of drilling they sat back expecting oil to shoot up. Instead, however, they watched a whirlpool form, sucking