“All of Scripture is presented to us as a sequential narrative of the God/man relationship from the very beginning to the very
Contributed by Darren Ethier on May 21, 2002
SEEING THE END
"Everything in this world has two aspects - how it looks at the moment, and how it will look in the time to come. The easy way may look inviting at the moment, and the hard way daunting.
The only way to get our values right is to see, not the beginning, but the end of the
But preacher, you say, I’ve read the end. This old world just gets worse and worse until God burns it up. You’re right. But you know what – you will die someday but you run and work out anyway. Someday something will kill you, but you still watch what you eat. When you get sick, you go see the
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 19, 2002
A few years ago, a Dutch professor took time to calculate the cost of an enemy soldier’s death at different times in history. He estimated that during the reign of Julius Caesar, it cost less than one dollar. It cost Napoleon, $2,000. At the end of the First World War, it cost $17,000. During the
Contributed by Jim Kane on Mar 10, 2002
The first computers, built around the end of the Second World War, were large machines that could have taken up most of this sanctuary. But, over a period of 30 - 40 years, they shrunk in size and grew in power.
A man by the name of Douglas Engelbart, a former Navy Radar Technician, established
Contributed by Mark Eberly on Feb 26, 2008
I was reminded of two young ministry students down south who stopped at a rickety old shack to “share the gospel.” There must have been a dozen kids running around apparently doing whatever they wanted. It was chaos. The house was falling apart.
A woman completely and totally disheveled answered
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Sep 2, 2008
WAR IS HELL
War is defined as “a state of usually open and declared armed hostile conflict between states or nations,” or more generally, as “a state of hostility, conflict, or antagonism.”
About 15 years ago a group of academics and historians compiled some startling information. Since 3600