Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 7, 2011
A mouse looked out through a crack in a farmhouse wall and was distraught to discover a mousetrap. When he went to tell his buddies, the chicken said, "Sorry, pal, not my problem." The pig said, "I'll pray for you." The cow was busy and said, "Come back later." Dejected, the
Contributed by Tim Smith on Feb 11, 2015
Lloyd Prator writes, “Take Adolph Hitler or better Joseph Stalin because he killed more people. What if, at the last minute, as Stalin lay dying, he turned his heart to Jesus and confessed his sins? Suppose he repented at the last minute, repented of the 14 million Russians Stalin killed… Would he
Contributed by Jim Kane on Mar 10, 2002
A PLAN FOR EVERYONE
In the opening pages of his autobiography, An American Life, Ronald Reagan writes, I was raised to believe that God had a plan for everyone and that seemingly random twists of fate are all a part of His plan.
My mother - a small woman with auburn hair and a sense of
Contributed by Dale Harlow on Sep 5, 2002
In a Rolling Stone interview, Tanya Donelly, lead singer of Grammy-nominated alternative rock band Belly, notes,
"For some reason, God is embarrassing to people. It doesn’t embarrass somebody to talk about how they got completely bombed the night before and puked all over
Contributed by Jeff Simms on Jun 1, 2003
PLENTY FOR EVERYONE
Corrie Ten Boom says of this passage: “Often I have heard people say, “How good God is! We prayed that it would not rain for our church picnic and look at the lovely weather!” Yes, God is good when He sends good weather. But God was also good when He allowed my sister,
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
Lately it seems that everyone is focusing on the state of marriage. Well, all one needs to do is study the scriptures and discover what Jesus has to say about marriage. Which reminds me of the story of a small boy who was being given a quiz on the New Testament and one of the questions he was asked
Contributed by James Chandler on Feb 17, 2008
Everyone is a unique creation of an almighty God.
Everyone: the church is for everyone.
Believer and unbeliever
Rich and poor
Red, yellow, black and white
Old and young
Extroverted and introverted
Unique: We are all different.
Contributed by Daniel Harman on Mar 28, 2008
"Everyone hears what you say.
Friends listen to what you say.
Best friends listen to what you
“Many people will walk in and out of your life; but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart."
A Friend should be Radical;
They should love you when
Contributed by David Ibeleme on Jun 29, 2008
It is important to note that everyone is not graced or gifted by God to marry
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 16, 2009
DIVORCE COSTS EVERYONE
High rates of divorce and unmarried childbearing cost U.S. taxpayers at least $112 billion each year. It is estimated that family fragmentation costs taxpayers more than $1 trillion each decade; about $70.1 billion is at the federal level, $33.3 billion at the state level
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 16, 2009
EVERYONE CAN WIN SOMEONE
George W. Truett was the beloved pastor of Dallas’ First Baptist Church for more than 60 years. He tells of a woman who came to him after a service. She was a poverty stricken widow with several children. She said, "Pastor, I have never known you to be unfair -- yet you
Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 9, 2009
Without exception, everyone of them is a perversion of something which is in itself good. Immorality, impurity, licentiousness are perversions of the sexual instinct which is in itself a lovely thing and a part of love. Idolatry is a perversion of worship, and was begun as an aid to worship.
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 9, 2009
VIEW EVERYONE AS GOD’S CREATION
Presbyterian biblical scholar/ minister/author Carl Howie tells about an incident that took place in a New York subway. It was winter, and an especially cold and bitter night. Very few people were on the subway at that hour. At each station, the train would
"To make it possible for everyone to attend worship next Sunday, we are having a special "No Excuses" Sunday:
• "Beds will be placed in the aisles for all those who say, "Sunday is the only day I’m able to sleep in late."
• "Eye drops will be provided for all those who watch TV too late on
Contributed by John Harvey on May 31, 2006
“Everyone eventually surrenders to something or someone. If not to God, you will surrender to the opinions or expectations of others, to money, to resentment, to fear, or to your own pride, lusts, or ego. You were designed to worship God—and if you fail to worship him, you will create other things
“ Everyone is familiar with Sherlock Holmes, his faithful companion Dr. Watson, and Holmes’s keen power of observation that solved countless crimes. Yet few of us know that Holmes thought deduction and observation were even more necessary to religion. Tucked away in "The Adventure of the Naval
Everyone is familiar with Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are star crossed lovers. Their families are bitter enemies. In Act II, Scene Two is the famous balcony scene. Juliet laments:
Jul. ‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy;
Contributed by Tim Smith on Mar 17, 2011
EVERYONE WANTS TO BE A WINNER
You want to know how bad it was to be a New Orleans Saints. Derland Moore, the Saints nose tackle from 1973 to 1985, once was asked what it was like to be a Saint, and said: "We were the league's doormats. When I went out and people would ask me if I played for the
Contributed by Gordon Curley on Jun 25, 2011
EVERYONE NEEDS A SAVIOR
Billy Sunday was a famous baseball player in the early part of the last century. He was dramatically converted to Christ, and became then even more famous as an evangelist. In preparation for a city wide mission in a large American city, Billy Sunday wrote a letter to the