Contributed by Donnie Martin on May 12, 2010
"A great commitment to the great commandment and the Great Commission will create a great church."
(Source: Aubrey Malphurs, Developing A
Contributed by Davon Huss on Oct 18, 2014
In his novel The Source, James Michener described a period in Jewish history around 170 BC when the Jews in Palestine faced severe persecution. Greek officials came to Jerusalem and read an edict that forbade any Jew from worshipping Yahweh, and ordered them to lay their hands on an unclean pig
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
Quotation: Christian love links love of God and love of neighbor in a twofold Great Commandment from which neither element can be dropped, so sin against neighbor through lack of
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Mar 28, 2010
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The man came in and sat down. I'd say he was in his mid-thirties; he looked a bit rough around the edges and hadn't shaved for a few days. We introduced ourselves and the question was asked, "How are you surviving?"
"Well I can't get the benefit right now, so I'm doing a few
Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 5, 2002
ALL EQUAL HERE- COMMUNION MEDITATION
Once when the Duke of Wellington remained to take communion at his parish church, a very poor old man went up to the opposite aisle, and reaching the Communion table, knelt down close by the side of the Duke. (Immediately, tension and commotion interrupted
Contributed by Victor Yap on Jan 25, 2001
It was related that once when the Duke of Wellington remained to take communion at his parish church, a very poor old man went up to the opposite aisle, and reaching the Communion table, knelt down close by the side of the Duke. (Immediately, tension and commotion interrupted the silence of the
Marshall and Manuel noted the following thought about these 2 covenant relationships and the necessity to commit to both:
How critically important for us Christians is the business of commitment to one-another-as vital for the Body of Christ today as it was three-and-a-half centuries ago! There
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 13, 2014
Perhaps you've heard of Penn and Teller the comedy team who has worked Las Vegas for years. Penn Jillette is an atheist, but he recorded a video journal a few years ago telling the story about a man who waited to speak to him after one of their shows. Penn said the man was a successful businessman
Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 22, 2008
He traveled to every hamlet in Essex County. His passion was to start churches, encourage the saints and teach people the word of God. Cyrus Comstock was born in December 1765 and lived his life in the Champlain valley.
Cyrus was also an inventor. Are you familiar with the
Contributed by Dwight L. Moody on Jun 11, 2009
HOLD THE FORT, FOR I AM COMING
I am told that when General Sherman went through Atlanta toward the sea, through the southern states; he left in the fort, in the Kenesaw mountains, a little handful of men to guard some rations that he brought there.
And General Hood got into the outer rear and