Those who share Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior begin to become as magnets to those who share the same intimate relationship. While humans range from "new" to "elder," there is still a feeling of familiarity in those who gather together to worship in spirit and in truth.
A sense somewhat
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
Men do not sacrifice their lives for reasonable things. They move mountains only
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Oct 22, 2008
Noah’s message from the steps going up to the Ark was not, “Something good is going to happen to you!”
Amos was not confronted by the high priest of Israel for proclaiming, “Confession is possession!”
Jeremiah was not put into the pit for preaching, “I’m O.K.; you’re O.K.!”
Daniel was not
1. Quote from Discipleship Journal Russ Johnston “Faith That Works” May 1981, “Most of us believe God can move mountains. But how many of us believe he will? There’s a world of difference. We believe God can work mightily on our behalf, but we really aren’t sure he will. In Hebrews 11:6 we learn
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
The story goes that the admiral, looking out from his command post on the deck looked out and saw lights in the distance, clearly heading straight for him. He radioed the message ahead: “Turn aside, 10 degrees starboard.” The radio beeped back – “Negative. Advise you turn aside 10 degrees
Contributed by Richard Francis on May 18, 2007
Don’t worry if you feel lost, not matter what it is Jesus loves you, turn to him today ask him for your meeting on the lake shore, lets all close our eyes now, imaging the mist, the gravel under your feet the smell of water and wood smoke, a beautiful aroma of fresh bread and fish sizzling on the
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 10, 2009
When Church Is Miraculously Moved (Illustration: 7606)
The faith that moves mountains is borne out by the church that was moved by the Hand of God. Such a church stands to this day in the village of Swan Quarter, North Carolina. Before it was built in 1874 the congregation eyed with longing a
Contributed by Ray Navarro on Dec 7, 2001
It was a dark and stormy night.
You could hear the thunder in the distance. Bats flapped their wings in the darkness of the night.
There the castle stood. The wolves were howling; the trees were swaying in the wind as it whistled.
And inside the castle, a faint light shown…from a