Contributed by Peter Loughman on Oct 27, 2006
Story – Jerusalem Police.
Who is the most arrested person in the city of Jerusalem?
Jesus is second most arrested.
Jerusalem police arrest, everyday, on average 11 people claiming to
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 16, 2011
THE PRAYER POLICE
A little over 3 years ago, a group of students at an Alabama high school recited the Lord’s Prayer together in the lunchroom, which prompted a suit by the parents of another student. In response, Judge Ira Dement, on October 29, 1997, termed the action "religiously based
Contributed by Steven W on Mar 15, 2005
The Officer in charge of the Police Department (OCPD).
When you are caught for doing something wrong, the OCPD has the authority to let you go (that means - to save you) or to execute judgment on you (that means - to judge you). This power/authority was given to him by his Police Chief in the Head
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 10, 2008
The life expectancy of a police officer in the U.S. is 57 years vs. 64 for a
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 6, 2009
Police Officer Saves Choking Child
Listen to the story of Les Brown, a San Diego police officer, who was driving down a new section of the interstate - Highway 5 - one day! He heard an emergency alert over his police car radio - a code blue - indicating that someone was dying! The address was
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 17, 2009
Miraculous Protection of Christian Police Officer
I read about a Christian police officer who found himself in a very difficult situation one night with a group of thugs;
the men were coming toward him with pipes and knives and meant to do a lot of damage to him.
Suddenly they just turned
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 30, 2009
UNMARKED POLICE CAR
As my husband, the county highway commissioner, was driving to the hospital for treatment of his painful leg, he decided to use the valet parking service so he wouldn’t have to walk far. Staring at his official-looking vehicle, one of the valets asked my husband if he was
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 21, 2005
A man called the police and reported that all of his wife’s credit cards had been stolen. Then he added, “But don’t look too hard for the thief. He’s
Contributed by Paul Humphrey on Apr 5, 2006
Police in Radnor, Pa., interrogated a suspect by placing a metal Colander on his head and connecting it with wires to a photocopy machine. The Message "He’s lying" was placed in the copier, and police pressed the copy Button each time they thought the suspect wasn’t telling
Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Jun 2, 2003
In Les Misérables the antagonist is a police man named Javert. He is a pitiful man who believes in judgment alone and not mercy. Last week we saw the clip from the movie where Jean Valjean receives mercy from the Bishop and I told you that he lives the rest of his life trying to give the same
Contributed by Charles Salmon on Sep 5, 2004
I was riding with a friend in Mexico and a police car signaled us to pull over. We weren’t doing anything wrong and instant hostility and fear filled our minds. As it turned out, a policeman wanted to tell us the licence plate was about to come off our truck. One police officer came to my side of
Contributed by Clark Tanner on Jan 16, 2005
During the time I was a police officer there was a dispatcher who was no more than a co-worker and casual friend to me. Near Christmas time one year, I walked into the dispatch center and she lifted a package from the table next to her and gave it to me. It was a Christmas gift, and it was
Contributed by Melvin Newland on Mar 13, 2001
Tony Crawford was a police officer in the Dallas Police Department. He was shot by two teenagers & was left paralyzed from the waist down. Finally, the trials were completed, & the last assailant was found guilty & sent to prison.
But there was a really tender scene pictured in the newspaper
Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Sep 17, 2010
On the news recently a former federal police chief Mick Keelty went into the witness box to PLEAD FOR MERCY for the "drug mule" SCOTT RUSH who is condemned to death before a firing squad in Bali. Scott Rush is only 24 years old. He is one of four Australians who were arrested in Bali in 2005, with
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 16, 2005
When Sgt. Ray Baarz of the Midvale, Utah, police department opened his wallet the other day, he noticed his driver’s license had expired. Embarrassed at having caught himself red-handed, he had no alternative. He calmly and deliberately pulled out his ticket book and wrote himself a citation. Then
Contributed by Darryl Bell on Apr 17, 2006
In China police and Public Security Bureau (PSB) officers raided the home of a Christian we’ll call “Ling.” “When the officers entered, they found ample amounts of contraband: Bibles, Christian literature, … and other Christian materials. But what was more troubling in their eyes than the large
Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 3, 2002
A PHILADELPHIA POLICE OFFICER'S SEPTEMBER 11TH EXPERIENCE
I am a Philadelphia Police Officer. I am married with a wonderful son. On September 11th, I (like most of my fellow Americans) witnessed the senseless slaughter of human life. The department was put on high alert and our tours of
Contributed by Thomas Black on Jan 28, 2005
A year or so ago, Police in Wheeling, Illinois, accused a Wal-Mart cashier of buying merchandise at the store using credit-card numbers she had copied from customers. Investigators admitted the cashier had made their job easier. She
Contributed by Bo Dunford on Apr 15, 2005
A wife went with her friend to the police station to report that her husband was missing!
* When the policeman asked for a description, she said, “He’s 6 foot 2, has deep blue eyes, dark
wavy hair, athletic build, well-groomed and sharply dressed, weighs 185 pounds .......”
“If you’re speeding down the freeway, the police might pull you over. But no one ever makes you take pit stops. You have to choose them. It’s the same with life. Emergencies force us to stop, but pit stops of joy are events we plan for and savor. It’s good to let go and bring a little relief