Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 8, 2008
It’s amazing to think that the creator of the heavens and the earth wants to have a personal relationship with me! As Stuart Hamlin wrote:
“How big is God? How big and wide his vast domain?
To try and tell, these lips can only start.
He’s big enough to rule this mighty universe;
“Nothing teaches us about the PRECIOUSNESS of the Creator as much as when we learn the
EMPTINESS of everything else.”
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"If the Creator had a purpose in equipping us with a neck, he surely
Contributed by Todd Hudnall on Dec 10, 2001
When Almighty God, the creator and possessors of all things, came to earth, He left the riches of Heaven to become a man. More than anyone who ever lived, Jesus realized that earth was not His real home. He was simply a pilgrim, a sojourner, on the great mission of redemption. He didn’t come to
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 20, 2002
That the Creator himself comes to us and becomes our ransom - this is the reason for our
Contributed by Tim White on Jun 19, 2009
In John 9, the creator of the universe spits in the dirt and plays in the mud. Why? Because He was here to give God the glory. To give God the glory,
Contributed by James Wallace on Nov 12, 2009
The Eternal Creator has ultimately revealed himself by becoming one incredible man, Jesus Christ, who demonstrated the truth about God---that He is gracious & willing to save us from our sins.
Now that is incredibly great news for us. Of all possible core realities behind this vast universe in
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 27, 2006
Creator God: A new Harris Poll reveals 64% of American adults believe “human beings were created directly by God,” while only 22% believe they “evolved from earlier species.” 54% of U.S. adults do not think human beings developed from earlier species, up from 46% in 94. 61% of Americans children
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 11, 2007
"Our Creator would never have made such lovely days, and have given us the deep hearts to enjoy them,
Contributed by Gary Maskell on Aug 18, 2006
A short while ago, comic-book creator, Stan Lee and company created a 6-week reality-based television series entitled, "Who Wants to be a Superhero?"
As a part of their initial search, they sent out nationwide notices stating that they were looking for folks who have never lost that inner drive
Contributed by Scott Bayles on May 19, 2009
Sir Isaac Newton was a very famous mathematician and scientist who strongly believed in God. However, he had a very close friend who did not believe in God, so Sir Isaac devised a plan to try to convince his friend that God did exist and had created the Universe. One day, he went to a carpentry
Contributed by David Simpson on Jan 15, 2013
It doesn't take much for me to believe in our great God. Just this past Friday morning...about 5:30am....I went outside to walk our dog and couldn't help but notice the stars in the sky. They were brilliant.
I looked up at the constellation Orion and saw what is actually the
Herbert Spencer, one of the popularizes of agnosticism over a century ago, observed accurately that a bird has never been known to fly out of space. Therefore, he concluded by analogy that it is impossible for the finite to penetrate the infinite. Even if God does exist, we can never know Him
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 26, 2001
That was Lee Risler’s problem according to the Associated Press1. Mr. Risler, a 53-year-old sandal maker, was driving from his high desert home in Lucerne Valley, California to Hermosa Beach to sell his wares at a craft fair, when the accident occurred. For some reason, Risler’s van veered off
Contributed by Matthew Redder on Sep 21, 2018
I love this quote as I believe it is hard for the Christian artist to always understand their place in the church.
Truth be told, artists have an incredible gift and responsibility in the community to illuminate the realities of the Word and of this life we live. Wright puts it well:
SIN IS LIKE A VACUUM CLEANER
SIN we said, is stretching our will and our actions past the limits of God’s laws. The result is not unlike pulling a vacuum cleaner beyond the length of its cord, you still have the machine (your body) but now it is disconnected from the power that makes it behave