Contributed by Tom Papez on Aug 18, 2009
Reginold Peterson: The 42 year old Florida native became so enraged that his Subway sandwich didn’t have everything on it, that he phoned 911 and told the police.
Paula Goodspeed: Tragic story of a stalker, who spent her life stalking American Idol color commentator Paula Abdul.
Contributed by Perry Greene on Apr 12, 2012
THE STRAIGHTEST PATH
Two boys were playing in the snow one day, when one said to the other, "Let us see who can make the straightest path in the snow." His companion readily accepted the proposition, and they started.
One boy fixed his eyes on a tree, and walked along without taking his eyes
Contributed by Scott Bradford on Jun 20, 2013
TWO MILES OF DITCH
I was headed home late from a wedding reception and had about a two hour drive when a friend said to me, "Remember that for every mile you drive there are two miles of ditch".
I was in the car before that really sunk in, and then it hit me, for every path we walk, there
Contributed by Timothy Darling on Oct 23, 2008
Stay on the Path
On vacation I hiked a pass overlooking the Loyalsock Creek in the mountains of Pennsylvania. It was a difficult incline that I estimate in many places to have been sixty degrees. There was a stern warning at the head of the trail that you should not stray from the path. As I
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"Follow the path of the unsafe, independent thinker. Expose your ideas to the dangers of controversy. Speak your mind and fear less the label of crackpot than the stigma of conformity. And on
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
Integrity is one of several paths. It distinguishes itself from the others because it is the right path and the
Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 22, 2010
IS THERE GRASS ON YOUR PATH?
In one region of Africa, the first converts to Christianity were very diligent about praying. In fact, the believers each had their own special place outside the village where they went to pray in solitude. The villagers reached these "prayer rooms" by using their
LIGHTS FOR OUR PATH
A couple of years ago, I went outside after dark to look at the stars in ways we couldn’t while back in Minnesota. I stepped from the porch, with the lights of course, and then I tripped on the water-hose. Down I went, taking my wife and daughter with me. Truth be known —
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 3, 2011
THE PATH OF RESCUE--FOLLOW THE LIGHT
Bob Russell shared an interesting illustration about darkness and light several years back with the Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY. He said:
"Every once in a while we get a bird inside this sanctuary. He doesn't really want to be in here, but
Contributed by Sean Harder on Aug 5, 2011
TRUST THE NARROW, UNBEATEN PATH
When I was younger I went hiking up Golden Ears Mountain. Several years earlier I went with my school and there was a nice rope bridge that crossed the waterfalls to keep you on the trail up the top of the mountain. The path that led to the bridge was wide,
Contributed by Tim Smith on Feb 19, 2012
TAKING THE GOOD PATH
The media interviewed the second Chilean miner freed, and here is what he said, "The time down there changed me. God had one hand and the devil had the other hand, and when I was down there, I decided to let go of the devil and hold onto God. I buried 40 years of my life
Contributed by Sermoncentral on May 8, 2012
RETURN TO THE RIGHT PATH
In one section of John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, Christian and Hopeful are walking the King's Highway to the Celestial City. The path, once smooth and easy, becomes rough and hard. Then they come to an attractive place called Bypath Meadow. They climb over a fence
Contributed by Casey Sabella on Jan 28, 2016
Psalm 118:105: Your Word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path. (NLT)
While in India on a brief missions trip, I was summoned to a the home of an official who was sick. He wanted me to agree with him in prayer.
On the way, we traveled along a river in the dead of night. We
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 9, 2010
Preparing the Path or Our Youth?
A judge who had a great number of cases involving families and homes once said: “We adults spend far too much time preparing the path for our youth and far too little time preparing our youth for
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Sep 8, 2007
[The Point: Sometimes, the only path to peace is straight through struggles.]
In Hosea 2:15 God says "I will make the valley of Achor a door of hope."
Many years ago I read a book entitled "Door of Hope"; it pointed out that the Hebrew word "achor" means "trouble". So, what God may have