Contributed by Vanita George on Apr 20, 2005
I’d like to finish by reading this little excerpt I picked from TD Jakes’ book called “God’s Leading Ladies” and it goes as below:-
To become a leading lady, you must raise the curtain and step forward. You must extend yourself beyond the self-imposed limits, external pressures, and patriarchal
Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on May 28, 2009
THE FIFTH CENTURY NORTH AFRICAN CHURCH FATHER AUGUSTINE SAID THAT “WHOEVER DENIES THE TRINITY IS IN DANGER OF LOSING HIS SALVATION : YET ON THE OTHER THE SIDE OF THE COIN HE SAID, “WHOEVER TRIES TO UNDERSTAND THE TRINITY IS IN DANGER OF LOSING HIS MIND.” P145 THE MOSIAC OF CHRISTIAN BELIEF
Contributed by Clark Tanner on Dec 30, 2000
When my mother used to make jam, I would watch her pour wax over the top of the preserves until it was at the brim of the jar. She would then carefully wipe some wax around the rim itself, and place the rubber lined lid on tight. The wax and the vacuum caused by the cooling preserves would seal
Contributed by Joe Bertone on Aug 20, 2012
Do you remember this intro? “And now, The Guiding Light.” It is an old one. According to Guinness Book of World Records The Guiding Light was the longest running drama of all time. It came on the air in January 25, 1937 five days after President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s second
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
From rags to riches. These kinds of stories always excite us somewhat. They are feel-good stories and they always offer to the common person a bit of encouragement to make something of ourselves in life. HAVEN’T WE ALL DREAMED AT ONE TIME OF PERHAPS DOING SOMETHING GREAT OR EXTRA-ORDINARY?
Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Aug 11, 2008
‘Tis the Season for Praise
Psalm 118:1-4 says, “Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good… Let Israel say… Let the house of Aaron say… Let those who fear the LORD say: ‘His love endures forever.’”
The writer of this psalm is very careful to give recognition to the Lord and it is right that the
Contributed by David Tack on Dec 2, 2011
WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH JESUS THIS CHRISTMAS?
Many years ago in the countryside of Bethlehem the townsfolk prepared for just another day, though this day was quite extraordinary. The shepherds were out tending to their sheep and the Jewish nation was feeling the restraints of Roman oppression.
Four-hundred-and-fifty years before Christ walked the earth there lived a philosopher by the name of Zeno. Zeno was best known for his mathematical paradoxes…situations that appear to be impossible or self-contradictory. One of his most famous paradoxes could be stated this way:
Let us suppose
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Apr 4, 2005
“It’s Not About Us!” 1 Samuel 15:27-35 Key verse(s) 30:“Saul replied, ‘I have sinned. But please honor me before the elders of my people and before Israel; come back with me, so that I may worship the Lord your God.’”
We truly live in the age of self and ego. When you stop to think about it, a