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  • The End?

    Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Oct 28, 2008

    The End? Death, through our eyes, is 'the end.' It is that image of watching an old movie which concludes when the words "THE END" comes up on the screen. We conclude that the movie is over, and we move on either in laughter or tears. Jesus presents a different picture. He doesn't call more

  • My Friend Allen

    Contributed by Jesse Bennett on Nov 19, 2008

    MY FRIEND ALLEN After many years of prayer by friends and family, Allen finally surrendered his life to Jesus Christ. Initially when I met Allen he hadn’t surrendered his life to Jesus Christ. There was just something about Allen, even when he was upset with you, you couldn’t help but like more

  • Absence

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Jan 18, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Absence A strange silence I have never heard As I walk a path alone, An unfamiliar moment When I realize you are gone. As I look around to notice That the roads have all been changed For there's one that now is fading At a place I called your name. So I must go on without you With more

  • Here!

    Contributed by Terry Blankenship on Feb 9, 2009

    "HERE!" The Rogers are devout Christians who have built a strong family. The father has a special interest in the spiritual condition of each of his children and often would quiz them in order to know if they were sure of their salvation. Occasionally he would ask them to share in their own more

  • An Old Lady Went To A Tombstone-Cutter's Office ...

    Contributed by Et Tapper on Feb 9, 2009

    An old lady went to a tombstone-cutter's office to order a stone for her husband's grave. After explaining that all she wanted was a small one with no frills, she told him to put the words, "To My Husband" in a suitable place. When the stone was delivered, more

  • 73% Of Americans Over Age 50 Believe In Life ...

    Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2009

    73% of Americans over age 50 believe in life after death. (The more

  • The Death Of The Nascar Racing Legend Dale ...

    Contributed by Paul Carlson on Feb 17, 2009

    The death of the NASCAR racing legend Dale Earhardt at the 2001 Daytona 500 was tragic indeed. On the final lap of the race, he crashed into the wall at a speed of around 180 miles per hour after being tapped from behind. It seemed his death was not his fault but the result of the other driver more

  • Moving Day

    Contributed by Doug Lyon on Mar 7, 2009

    MOVING DAY Shortly before his death, Dr. M. R. De Haan, founder of Radio Bible Class, took great comfort from an article written by J. E. Campbell. The article spoke of death in a unique way: "Moving day is coming. Just when the van will stop at our home we do not know—-but for everyone it is more

  • The Story Is Told About A Man Who Lay On His ...

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Mar 16, 2009

    The story is told about a man who lay on his death bed with his family and friends gathered around him. As he lay there he asked a friend to check and see if there was anything in his pockets. The friend checked and found the man had a dime in one pocket. The dying man asked him to place it in more

  • Peter Marshall's Calling

    Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 17, 2009

    PETER MARSHALL’S CALLING In her book, A Man Called Peter, Catherine Marshall tells how her late preacher-husband felt a sense of destiny a sense of call in his life. One dark night, Peter, then a young man, decided to take a shortcut across the Scottish moors. He knew there was a deep more

  • Standing In The Doorway  PRO

    Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 17, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    STANDING IN THE DOORWAY John Todd was born in Rutledge, Vermont, into a family of several children. They later moved to the village of Killingsworth back in the early 1800s. And, there, at a very young age, both John’s parents died. The relatives wondered what they would do with so many more

  • P ...

    Contributed by Donnie Martin on Mar 23, 2009

    Powerless! Dr. Joe McGee sent the following story that might make you watch for the floor sweeper the next time you are in the hospital! “In a hospital’s Intensive Care Unit, patients always died in the same bed on Sunday morning at about 11:00 AM. Regardless of their medical condition, death more

  • Joke: Doctor: I Have Some Good News And I Have ...

    Contributed by Rev Dr Randall M Deal Sr on Mar 29, 2009

    JOKE: Doctor: I have some good news and I have some bad news. Patient: What’s the good news? Doctor: The good news is that the tests you took showed that you have 24 hours to live. Patient: That’s the good news? What’s more

  • Death Makes People Angry

    Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 7, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    DEATH MAKES PEOPLE ANGRY Back in September of 2004, Casey Neistat of New York City discovered that the battery in his first-generation 5 GB iPod could no longer hold a charge for more than an hour. So he called Apple. Unfortunately for him, Apple basically advised him to buy a new iPod (their more

  • Ashes To Diamonds

    Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 14, 2009

    ASHES TO DIAMONDS A company in Switzerland transforms the ashes of the dearly departed into a diamond of up to 1 carat in 6-8 weeks. A pound of ashes is enough to make a diamond; a human body leaves behind an average 5.5 to 6.6 pounds of ashes. The carbon, which makes up about 15% of the ashes, more

  • Death Or Disability? Americans Choose Death  PRO

    Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 14, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    DEATH OR DISABILITY? AMERICANS CHOOSE DEATH 52% of people in the U.S. would rather be dead than disabled says a Disaboom study, a website for disabled people. 63 % of younger Americans chose death over disability. 56% of Americans 65 and older would rather die than live with a disability. Those more

  • I Was Reading Outdoor Life The Other Day While ...

    Contributed by Matthew Sickling on May 9, 2008

    I was reading Outdoor Life the other day while waiting to get my allergy shot and came across an interesting story. It was in a section entitled, "This Happened to Me." A turkey hunter had successfully called in a big gobbler within shooting range and shot the turkey. He picked up his trophy more

  • Charley The Cat

    Contributed by Eric Ferguson on May 16, 2008

    CHARLEY THE CAT "It was around Thanksgiving, just after our daughter turned five, that we brought Charley home. We named him after Charles, Prince of Wales. The name seemed to fit just right for this shy little newly-adopted member of our family. His wonderful blue eyes seemed to look deep more

  • Since At Least January Of 2008, We Have All Seen ...

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on May 25, 2008

    Since at least January of 2008, we have all seen daily television commercials for the annual "Avon Walk for Breast Cancer." One young lady, walking in memory of her Mother, who was a breast cancer victim, laments, "I really didn't have any say so about my Mother's death, walking in her memory more

  • Jesus Has Gone Before Us. In The Words Of John ...

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on May 25, 2008

    "Jesus has gone before us. In the words of John 13:1, He has made the crossing from this world toward the father and summons us to come after Him. We will do this definitively when, at the hour of our death, we will have to summon up whatever resources we have in order to cast ourselves into the more