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
THE BEGGAR AT THE TABLE
Many years ago, as the story is told, a devout king was disturbed by the ingratitude of his royal court. He prepared a large banquet for them. When the king and his royal guests were seated, by prearrangement, a beggar shuffled into the hall, sat down at the king’s table,
Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Apr 23, 2003
As a two and three-year old I used to gather all my stuffed animals together and stand up on box and begin to “preach” to them. My Mom called me her “little preacher boy.” As a child God put within my imagination the dream of being a preacher.
As a teenager I began to pursue my divine-daring
Contributed by Donnie Martin on May 1, 2003
Andrew Carnegie, the multimillionaire, left $1 million for one of his relatives, who in return cursed Carnegie thoroughly because he had left $365 million to public charities and had cut him off with just one measly million.
Samuel Leibowitz, criminal lawyer and judge, saved 78 men from the
Contributed by Jeffrey Powell on May 25, 2009
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S PRAYER
We have a rich history of how God miraculously intervened in the creation of this nation. You won’t read this in the public school history books because anti-Christian writers take great pains to remove God’s handiwork in the building of America.
In 1776, British
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jul 31, 2004
When my family lived in Kentucky I was a small boy. During blackberry season Dad would walk down the mountain after working all day inside the Mary Alice mine. As he walked down he would pick blackberries. I remember waiting out back of our coal mining camp house watching Dad coming down the
Contributed by Anne Benefield on Feb 4, 2009
WHAT DOES GOD'S VOICE SOUND LIKE?
Erwin McManus, a pastor in Los Angeles, tells a great story about recognizing God's voice.
My son, Aaron, was five or six when he began asking me, "What does God's voice sound like?" I didn't know how to answer.
A few years later, Aaron went off to his
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 17, 2011
IN GOD WE TRUST
I think it quite appropriate that on this day we celebrate who we are as a nation and reflect on how we came to be the nation we are. It is because we still stand firm in our national motto,” IN GOD WE TRUST”.
Did you ever wonder where it came from – how did these words come
Various groups of people expected the Messiah to come, but they did not anticipate His coming humbly and meekly. Yet those were the very attitudes that Jesus, the one whom John the Baptist had announced as the Messiah, was both teaching and practicing. The idea of a meek Messiah leading meek people