Contributed by David Rogers on Jun 3, 2007
On Judgment Day
Dedicated to my Brother in Christ Larry Livingston
There is a day
That is not too far away
When the clouds shall part
And in every man’s heart fear shall start.
Because on that day all shall see
Jesus the Lord coming on the billowy sea
Our hearts will tremble and be
Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jul 5, 2008
"If there were no final, ultimate judgment day, then God's total knowledge of my life would not be so threatening. Or if He knew all things but were not all-powerful, I might be less intimated. Or even if He were omniscient and omnipotent but not altogether holy, I might have a chance to negotiate
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 26, 2011
JUDGMENT DAY SOONER THAN YOU THINK
A Scottish lawyer was a wicked man. Once he hired a horse and, either through accident or ill-usage, killed the animal. Naturally the owner insisted on being paid its value, together with some compensation for the loss of its use. The man of law acknowledged
A young man was drinking heavily and decided to go for a swim at a California beach. Fortunately, an older man was watching the young man as he entered the water and did not come back up for air. The older man ran to the struggling young man and saved his life.
A few years later, that same
Contributed by I. Grant Spong on May 16, 2022
Song of the Sheep & Goats
When the Son of Man comes again
In his glory
All the holy angels with Him
Throne of glory
Throne of greatness He'll sit on then
I was hungry; you gave to me
I was thirsty; you nourished me
I was foreign; you welcomed me
I was naked; you covered me
I was sick; you
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 10, 2008
Eight in ten Americans have no doubt God exists. Prayer is an important part of their lives, and they believe "we will all be called before
Contributed by Wayne Burnett on Apr 17, 2001
THE HEART OF A CHILD
Whatever you write on the heart of a child,
no water can wash away.
The sands may be shifted when billows are wild
and the efforts of time may decay.
Some stories may perish, some songs be forgot,
but this engraved record, time changes it not.
Whatever you write in the
1) Christian life is not my responsibility but rather only a response to His ability.
2) God would not condemn anyone for being born a Sinner but would condemn only those who die as one, having accepted Christ in their lives throughout their lifetime.
3) On theJudgment
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jul 31, 2008
THIS WORLD IS NOT OURS; DON’T UNDERESTIMATE
A farmer noticed that every autumn, a tragedy played out in his cornfields. All summer long, families of field mice had made their homes among the growing plants. They ate and slept, they worked and played and raised their families. The mice imagined
Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 30, 2001
The time was the 19th of May, 1780. The place was Hartford, Connecticut. The day has gone down in New England history as a terrible foretaste of Judgment Day. For at noon the skies turned from blue to gray and by mid-afternoon had blackened over so densely that, in that religious age, men fell on
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
A young Bible college student was witnessing in Atlanta, GA. As he approached one house an elderly gentleman was sitting in his chair on the front porch. He asked, “Are you a Christian?” “No, I’m a Smith. The Christians live two doors down.” “I don’t think you understand. I mean, are you lost?”
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 26, 2007
Warren Wiersbe tells a story about the days of the Old West. There was a horse bolting down the road with a wagon hitched to it and little boy trapped on the wagon. A young man risked his life to catch the horse and stop the wagon, saving that little boy.
Well, that little boy grew up to be a
Contributed by Scott Jensen on Oct 8, 2008
Preach the Right Message
Take a look at the example of Pastor Carlton Pearson from Tulsa, Oklahoma. By all standards, he was a very successful preacher with a church of over 5,000 members. Well-known for being a powerful speaker, he reached many and continued to grow his church.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jul 31, 2008
The operation was the largest single-day invasion of all time. Just under 200,000 Allied naval and merchant navy personnel delivered over 130,000 troops along a stretch of the Normandy coast in France. They, in turn, were supported by 12,000 aircraft flying 14,000 sorties. These
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 1, 2011
BE FOUND DOING YOUR DUTY
The time was the 19th of May, 1780. The place was Hartford, Connecticut. The day has gone down in New England history as a terrible foretaste of Judgment Day. For at noon the skies turned from blue to gray and by mid-afternoon had blackened over so densely that, in that
Contributed by Gene Edwards on Jan 12, 2007
IN ONE OF OUR CELEBRATED GREEK TRAGEDIES, ORESTES, WHO HAD SLAIN HIS MOTHER AS A JUDICIOUS ACT BECAUSE, IN CONJUNCTION WITH HER PARAMOUR, SHE HAD MURDERED HIS FATHER, AGAMEMNON,
1. ON HIS RETURN FROM TROY, IS REPRESENTED AS PURSUED BY THE FURIES.
M. IN HIS DISTRESS, APOLLO ADVISES HIM TO
Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 22, 2002
WORKING ON HELL
Reader’s Digest recently asked the great fighter Muhammed Ali what his faith meant to him. Ali replied:
"[It] means [a] ticket to heaven. One day we’re all going to die, and God’s going to judge us, [our] good and bad deeds. [If the] bad outweighs the good, you go to
Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 18, 2009
Works-Oriented Salvation verses Saving Faith
Muhammad Ali was once asked what his faith meant to him. Ali replied: "[it] means [a] ticket to heaven. One day we’re all going to die, and god is going to judge us, [our] good and bad deeds. [if the] bad outweighs the good, you go to hell; if the
Contributed by Ross Cochrane on May 15, 2010
I was speaking to someone about New Zealand a couple of days ago and how when we went there we had explored the colourful natural volcanic areas of Rotorua - bubbling mud, steaming ground and geysers, huge volcanic craters and weird and wonderful rock formations. Although it was beautiful the smell
There are a lot of golfers out there who have convinced themselves that it is OK to cheat, they even came up with a name for it so that it didn’t sound so bad. It’s called a Mulligan, a do over, a second chance.
Here is how it goes. You step up to the tee box to hit the ball and