Contributed by Rolando Delgado on Sep 22, 2010
FACTS AND FAITH
Un pastor estaba hablando a su congregación sobre la relación de los hechos y la fe. Y les decía: "Que ustedes estén sentados aquí delante de mi, es un hecho. Que yo estoy aquí detrás del púlpito hablándole, es un hecho. Que yo crea que alguien me este prestando atención, es
Contributed by Rickey Bennett on Aug 16, 2009
FRESH FAITH, FRESH GOSPEL
The dictionary defines "fresh" as that which is newly made or obtained; that which does retain the original properties without any degradation. Conversely, "staleness" is defined as: having lost the freshness, effervescence, or palatability; lacking originality or
Contributed by Bradley Kellum on Sep 3, 2009
BRAIN: PERMANENT FILES
Dr. Earl Radmacher says:
"The brain is capable of an incredible amount of work and it retains everything it takes in. You never really forget anything; you just
We were having a honeymoon picnic on Lake Taneycomo in Branson, MO. After pulling to shore to eat, I put our blanket and food back into the boat. My bride Connie thought she should help, and she put the anchor into the boat & it began to drift away. Fortunately the current was slow enough that I
Contributed by Jose Imperial on Jun 23, 2008
Faith can move God to do our request even though we are out of time or out of line. Although our request maybe unsual or untimely, It can be granted If we
Contributed by Anne Benefield on Jul 14, 2008
One of the most difficult problems Protestant churches are experiencing is the lack of denominational loyalty. Protestants regularly church-shop. If the preaching isn't good enough, or the youth group isn't large enough, or the music isn't glorious every week…then we search for a church
Contributed by Peter Loughman on Apr 13, 2009
THE WATER JUG OF THE PROPHET JOEL
So, I’m walking through the Museum of Biblical Archeology in Jerusalem, and I’m walking through an area with various kinds of pottery on display, and there in front of me is this absolutely perfectly preserved water jug.
It stopped me cold.
Contributed by David Tack on May 2, 2009
"My faith is not the means of my salvation. It is only the means in which I secure [appropriate]
Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on May 7, 2009
ALL HAIL THE POWER
E. P Scott was a pioneer missionary to India who One day found himself surrounded by a murderous band of tribesmen. On impulse, he took out his violin and began to play and sing, "All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name." When he reached the stanza "let every kindred and every tribe"
A recent Newsweek poll found that “84 percent of American adults consider themselves Christians, and 82 percent see Jesus as God or the son of God. Seventy-nine percent say they believe in the virgin birth, and 67 percent think the Christmas story — from the angels’ appearance to the Star of
Officials from India were concerned about the aboriginal tribes which inhabited the islands off the coast of Myanmar after the Tsunami disaster. They feared that as many as 6,000 of these primitive people may have been killed — perhaps even wiping out some of the smaller tribes. So they sent
Contributed by David Asch on Jan 10, 2005
“Faith means, whether I am visibly delivered or not, I will stick to my belief that God is love.”
The Impossible Dream -- Joe Darion
To dream the impossible dream,
To fight the unbeatable foe,
To bear with unbearable sorrow,
To run where the brave dare not go.
To reach the unreachable star!
This is my quest,
To follow that star,
No matter who hopeless,
No matter how far;
Contributed by Jeremy Houck on Jan 15, 2005
Each football season the Texas Longhorns play the Oklahoma Sooners in the Red River Shoot Out. It is played in the neutral city of Dallas. Thousands of fans from each team invade the city to witness the clash between these archrivals. Sometimes the clash extends beyond the playing field. One year a
Contributed by Clarence Clough on Jan 29, 2005
"How’s Your Faith?" by Victor Knowles--
Paul was concerned about their faith. Five times in ten verses he mentions their faith. How is yours? Notice the different degrees of faith.
Which is yours?
I. Dead Faith (James 2:17,20,26),
II. Little Faith (Matthew 6:30),
III. Weak Faith
CALM THE STORM, CALM YOUR HEART
One pastor’s wife was very afraid to take flights. Husband asks her to pray. Fear was controlling her. "Let Him know you’re afraid of flying, and God will help you." Over time, she overcame the fear.
One day, she was flying with her friend through a
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 22, 2005
Nadie puede negar la profunda nostalgia que le produce estar fuera de su país o ciudad donde hubo crecido.
Puerto Rico es un país muy hermoso. Sus playas son cristalinas y llena de palmeras. Su comida rica en sabor y su música es vibrante y con mucho ritmo. Extrañar su naturaleza y sus
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Apr 6, 2005
“Sheila-ism?” Matthew 25:14-30 Key verse(s) 24:“Then the man who had received the one talent came. ‘Master,’ he said, ‘I knew that you are a hard man, harvesting where you have not sown and gathering where you have not scattered seed.’”
Taking the safest route is something that my father always
Contributed by Scott Bradford on Apr 13, 2005
The Hebrew writer wrestled with that question too: "But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that he is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him." (Hebrews 11:6). Recently I had telephoned my mother to tell her that I was going to be