Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 4, 2010
Corrie Ten Boom on Prayer
It was Corrie Ten Boom who asked, “Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tyre?” I am afraid for too many of us it is the spare tyre, the source we look to only when our journey has ground to a halt, but really, it ought to be our steering wheel, and Jesus teaches us
FIRST THINGS FIRST
When Coach Bobby Bowden played baseball in college, he never hit a home run. His senior year at Howard College, he was the only player not to hit a home run. One day, he hit a line drive against Auburn. As he approached third, the coach was waving him on. As he made his turn,
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 2, 2008
When you think about the blessings of God, remember one child’s description of an elevator: “I got into this little room and the upstairs came down.” That’s a good description of being in your prayer closet, then receiving God’s
Leonard Ravenhill (While Revival Tarries, Chapter 2, Prayer Grasps Eternity) No man is greater than his prayer life. The pastor who is not praying is playing; the people who are not praying are straying. The pulpit can be a shop-window to display one’s talents; the prayer closet allows no
1. You are entertained by things that once grieved you.
2. You are silent where you once spoke.
3. Your prayer closet has cobwebs and your Bible is dusty.
4. You have ceased to grieve over your own sin.
5. You have stopped sharing your faith.
6. You are more excited about your personal agenda
Contributed by John Putty on Apr 5, 2011
THE MOTHER OF THE HOLINESS MOVEMENT
From the book, "The Cure of All Ills", Revivalist record the impact of the prayer life of Phobe Palmer in the holiness movement.
In this spiral of spiritual, social, moral and political degeneracy of the decade preceding 1857, God looked for a man, but he
Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 31, 2003
JESUS- NOT HATE BUT HOPE
It’s a little name.
A small word.
Say this little name in public, however, in a way other than an obscenity, and stand back and watch the fireworks.
This little name is like a tiny detonator that triggers a nuclear warhead.
You can say "God," and you