Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 2, 2004
THE MIRACULOUS HUMAN BODY
The average human heart pumps over 1,000 gallons a day, over 55 million gallons in a lifetime. This is enough to fill 13 super tankers. It never sleeps, beating 2.5 billion times in a lifetime.
The lungs contain 1,000 miles of capillaries. The process of exchanging
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 9, 2004
Look at the human body. It is being created as we speak. Can you hear death and resurrection occurring? Each second 8 million blood cells die in our body. The good news is that in the same second 8 million blood cells are born. Our red blood cells
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Sep 7, 2001
[The Miraculous Human Body, Citation: Jeff Arthurs; references Dr. John Medina, genetic engineer, University of Washington, in 1995 lecture at Multnomah Bible College, Portland, Oregon]
The average human heart pumps over 1,000 gallons a day, over 55 million gallons in a lifetime.
This is enough
The human body is a most remarkable machine. It can maintain a constant temperature of 98.6 degrees, no matter what the weather is outside. Whether a man is at the Arctic Circle or the equator, his body temperature is about the same. There is an inner mechanism that makes the difference.
Contributed by David Schaal on Sep 10, 2003
When God created the human body, he wired us in ways that baffle engineers. When we put our hand over an open flame, there is an alarm that goes off in our head that shouts, “ HOT!- our natural reaction is then to pull our hand away from the flame. The result is that we have prevented injury. Pain
Contributed by Donnie Martin on Oct 21, 2002
Harry Truman enjoyed telling about the man who was hit on the head at work. The blow was so severe he was knocked unconscious for an extended period of time. His family, convinced he was dead, called the funeral home and asked the local undertaker to pick him up at the hospital, which he did.
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Nov 15, 2002
IN EVERY SITUATION
There are, in every situation, two factors: there is what happens, and there is how we take what happens.
How we take what happens goes back to what kind of person we are, and what kind of belief we have about life as a whole.
SOURCE: Purpose in Chaos,
Contributed by Jonathan Busch on Jan 25, 2003
Two Norwegians from Minnesota went fishing in Canada and returned with only one fish. "The way I figger it, dat fish cost us $400" said the first Norwegian. "Vell," said the other
Contributed by Ronald Keller on Nov 24, 2003
“Billy Bray was saved from a terrible life of drunkenness and sin. After his conversion he experienced one trouble after another, but he never ceased praising the Lord. At last he came to the place where all he had to eat was a mess of very small potatoes which a friend had given him. Billy Bray
Old age is like a plane flying through a storm. Once you’re aboard, there’s nothing you can do. You can’t stop the plane, you can’t stop the storm, you can’t stop time. So one might
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Oct 17, 2004
There was once a man who lived in a deep valley. It was dark, desolate, cold and foreboding. At the edge of the mountain was a massive mountain, towering into the sky. The man had become so obsessed with the thought of escaping the valley that he finally decided to climb the face of the
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 20, 2006
Under Your Skin: The FDA has cleared the way for a Florida company to market implantable chips that would provide easy access to individual medical records. The approval is expected to bring public attention to a simmering debate over a technology that has evoked Orwellian overtones for privacy
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 24, 2002
The Valley of Sorrow
by Bernice Peyman
I came to the Valley of Sorrow,
And dreadful it looked to my view
But Jesus was walking beside me,
So together we journeyed it through.
And now I look back to that valley
As the fairest I ever have trod,
For I learned there the love of my Father,
Contributed by Dana Chau on Apr 22, 2002
Steve Brown noted, "For every non-Christian who has cancer, a Christian will have cancer, so the world will see the difference. And for every non-Christian who has a business failure, a Christian
Contributed by Darren Ethier on May 21, 2002
A little boy was heard talking to himself as he walked across the backyard, baseball cap in place, ball and bat in his hands. "I am the greatest hitter in the world," he said. He threw the ball up, swung and missed. "Strike one," he said. But again, he told himself, "I am the greatest hitter ever."
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"If it weren't for the fact that the TV set and the refrigerator are so far apart, some of us
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"The only exercise some people get is jumping to conclusions, running down their friends, sidestepping