Contributed by Sermon Central on May 25, 2002
In The Last Days Newsletter, Leonard Ravenhill tells about a group of tourists visiting a picturesque village who walked by an old man sitting beside a fence. In a rather patronizing way, one tourist asked, "Were any
When a Jewish man found a woman he liked (and most times his father would pick one out for him) he would approach the young lady with a marriage contract (a covenant). In the contract were laid out the legal terms in which he would propose marriage.
The most important part of this contract was
Contributed by Emil Boniog on Dec 10, 2003
. In The Last Days Newsletter, Leonard Ravenhill tells about a group of tourists visiting a picturesque village who walked by an old man sitting beside a fence. In a rather patronizing way, one tourist asked, "Were any great men born in this
Contributed by Dan Cormie on Oct 25, 2002
On the last day of school, children were bringing gifts to their teacher. The florist’s son brought the teacher a bouquet. The candy storeowner’s son brought the teacher a pretty box of candy. Then the liquor storeowner’s son brought a big, heavy box. The teacher lifted it up and noticed that it
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 7, 2006
"Prayer that runs its course till the last day of life needs a strong and tranquil
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 17, 2007
• A well known Christian wrote, “the last days are upon us. Weigh carefully the times. Look for Him who is above all time, eternal and invisible.” That was not written by a modern prophecy expert. It was written by a man named Ignatius about 110 A.D., just a couple of decades after the apostle John
Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Jan 13, 2008
If you knew this was your last day on earth, how would you fill the time? A website asked people this question. Here’s a few answers.
* Be with my wife and kids
* I will restitute my ways, preach a good message to people around me and conduct a night vigil
* Confess my sins and then I’d go to
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 2, 2008
“But in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son.”
Ingmar Bergman is a celebrated Swedish filmmaker. He tells the story of how one day he was listening to the works of classical composer Igor Stravinsky. As he was listening to the music, he began to daydream about a 19th-century cathedral.
Contributed by Tony Abram on Jul 8, 2009
Faithfulness is greatest with God. On that last day when we stand before Him, He will not ask, How much? How many? How big? He will ask how faithful we were with what He
Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jan 31, 2010
The last 3 days have been painful. Literally painful!
I was playing with my grandson and crawling, on my knees, through tunnels that we made out of the cushions on the lounge – our secret castle to hide in (I know, castles aren’t normally secret but this one was).
The next day I felt the pain
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 4, 2010
HIS LAST THOUGHTS WERE OF HIS CHILDREN
A Union sergeant was killed on the first day of fighting in Gettysburg. He was just one of more than 3,000 Union soldiers who died in the three-day conflict. When his body was found later that week, lying in a secluded spot in Gettysburg, he was holding a
Contributed by Donnie Martin on Feb 14, 2009
THE LAST INVITATION
While pastoring at the FBC of Cherryville, North Carolina, a disturbance was observed, and shortly afterward a man was taken from the balcony of the church [and placed] in an ambulance. He was dead before they got him to the hospital. He died before the invitation could be
Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Oct 13, 2011
Religion in its highest form is a belief in a being greater than themselves. There are some people who would deny this: they are called "atheists" and say that God in any shape or form is neither necessary nor possible, and so couldn’t possibly exist.
When the Russians sent a
Contributed by Peter Loughman on Nov 18, 2007
The Last Are First
There is a couple who lived here in Anchorage, who lived in one of the most broken down trailers I have ever seen. There home was, clean, and well kept but the trailer sure had seen better days – a long time ago. Some friends who had a little boy were looking at buying a house,
Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 17, 2009
WITH MY LAST SONG
Louis Albert Banks tells of an elderly Christian man, a fine singer, who learned that he had cancer of the tongue and that surgery was required. In the hospital, after everything was ready for the operation, the man said to the doctor, "Are you sure I will never sing again?" The
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 9, 2006
“Our days are numbered. One of the primary goals in our lives should be to prepare for our last day. The legacy we leave is not just in our possessions, but in the quality of our lives. What preparations should we be making now? The greatest waste in all of our earth, which cannot be
Contributed by Jordan Lumbard on Jun 4, 2007
PLAY VIDEO CLIP – THE LAST SAMURAI
The Battle of Thermopylae took place in 480 B.C,
- With only 300 Spartan Warriors defending their post against a 1 Million man Persian army.
- The Spartans put up the most brave and determinied resistance, taking their stand on a little hill, and fighting in a
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 6, 2002
THE FIRST AND LAST
He is the First and Last, the Beginning and the End!
He is the keeper of Creation and the Creator of all!
He is the Architect of the universe and
The Manager of all times.
He always was, He always is, and He always will be...
Unmoved, Unchanged, Undefeated, and never Undone!
In his book Revival Fire, Geoff Waugh lists nine similarities among Biblical revivals:
They occurred in times of moral darkness & national depression.
Each began in the heart of a consecrated servant of God who became the energizing power behind it.
Each revival rested on the Word