Contributed by Bruce Willis on Dec 29, 2006
When you first met “J.E.”, you could tell he was a very angry man. In fact, at age 54 he’d been an angry person for many years. In a Bible study that night, many questions had been raised in his mind. Talking with the leader afterward, J.E. said, “I asked Jesus to be my Savior when I was 9 years
Contributed by Donnie Martin on Aug 7, 2009
The Guardian, a British daily newspaper, reported on February 9, 2007 that a team of scientists has determined that reading brain waves can reveal a person’s intentions. Literally, if this report is true, science has determined a way to read the mind and determine what you intend to
Contributed by Kenneth Squires on Jun 13, 2005
Greg Laurie, pastor of Harvest Church in Riverside, California, was having lunch with Billy Graham. Ruth, Billy’s wife, had made a classic southern lunch of fried chicken, collard greens, and the works. It was Greg’s first time to meet Billy Graham; he was nervous. Greg says, “I had many questions
Contributed by Charles Salmon on Jul 9, 2007
(By Rhodes & Hayes)(Starrite Music)
How many times have you heard someone say
"If I had his money, I could do things my way?"
Little they know that it’s so hard to find
One rich man in ten with a satisfied mind.
Once I was winning in fortune and fame
Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Aug 11, 2007
Quote: Kate Wilkinson said:
May the mind of Christ my Saviour,
Live in me from day to day,
By His love and
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 31, 2008
Roger Bannister was an Olympian. Every four years we have the games. Four minutes was the fastest record to ever run the mile. Ever since statisticians kept records, they knew that no one would could ever beat that record. But Roger Bannister didn't listen to them--he went out and
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 19, 2002
AN END IN MIND
Dr. Ari Kiev of Cornell University observed that from the moment people decided to concentrate all their energies on a specific objective, they began to surmount the most difficult odds. He concluded, "The establishment of a
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 8, 2009
NEVER MIND ME
A good many years ago, during a Massachusetts winter, a brother and sister were walking on the ice. He was 9 and she was 11. They hit a thin patch and fell through. Kicking to the surface, they yelled for help.
Summoned by their screams, a man came running, dived into the icy
Contributed by Andy Grossman on Feb 15, 2012
A DARKENED MIND
The god of this age, Satan, wants people to be blinded to the Truth. He loves a darkened mind.
Sean Sellers was a willing mind. His parents were long haul truckers from Colorado. Sean filled the empty hours with the occult. He began with Dungeons and Dragons. The he
Contributed by Sharon Cannon on Dec 5, 2006
"A Made Up Mind" or "How’s Your Mind Wrapped?"
(This sermon really focuses on ones mindset, we need the mind of Christ, Jesus himself, through this sermon, shows
Contributed by Bart Leger on Feb 9, 2005
I am not a connoisseur of great art, but from time to time a painting or picture will really speak a clear, strong message to me. Some time ago I saw a picture of an old burned-out mountain shack. All that remained was the chimney...the charred debris of what had been that family’s sole possession.
Contributed by Greg Buchner on Apr 19, 2005
Bondage ~ It’s all in the mind!
Harry Houdini had a problem. The famed escaped artist found himself in a jail cell that he couldn’t get out of. His mind began to wander back to the challenge he made…any jail cell, he claimed, couldn’t hold him, that is until now.
Thirty minutes had gone by
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 10, 2006
There is no repose for the mind except in the absolute; for feeling, except in the infinite; for the soul, except in the
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 2, 2004
AN INFINITE GOD, A FINITE MIND
Augustine, while puzzling over the doctrine of the Trinity, was walking along the beach one day when he observed a young boy with a bucket, running back and forth to pour water into a little hole. Augustine asked, "What are you doing?" The boy replied, "I’m trying
Contributed by David Yarbrough on Apr 30, 2001
NEVER MIND, GOD
A man was putting a tin roof on his barn when all of a sudden he slipped and began to slide down the roof. He cried out to God to save him. No sooner had he got the words out of his mouth, a nail caught his pants and stopped him. When he stopped, he said, “Never mind, God. I
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Aug 10, 2009
MY MIND WAS ON THE EELS
Today in class we are going to be studying a book called Old Yella, a 1956 novel by Fred Gipson. OK my English teacher may have got my attention for that long, as long as it took to introduce the book. In fact I had to Google who wrote the book and when it was written,
Contributed by Clark Tanner on Sep 28, 2009
"Regret and remorse are of the mind and can be assuaged with time and the kindness of loved ones. But repentance must be worked in and brought from