Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Feb 22, 2021
Life has its challenges to our walking in God’s presence. But, we are presented with an opportunity, in all things remember that the closer you are to God, the more defined and
Contributed by Donnie Martin on Jan 25, 2003
We are created after the likeness of the eternal God. This has both moral and motivational implications. In our morals and motives we are to reflect God’s character. Thus, I am to be not only an extension of his life…I am an expression of his character. If my salvation is working, my life
Contributed by Daniel Harman on Mar 28, 2008
1 WAY OF IMPROVING YOUR CHANCES OF MAKING FRIENDS – SMILE!!!
It takes less muscles to smile than to frown & it also will help to keep you young!
"A happy heart makes the face cheerful!" Prov. 15:13 (NIV),
2 Cor. 3:18 (our faces should reflect God’s glory!)
A loving heart and a friendly
Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 15, 2002
THE MANIFESTATIONS OF AN ANTICHRIST
A father told a Senate committee that his son committed suicide after listening to songs about violence, sex, drugs, and death. "He was a good boy," Raymond Kuntz of Burlington, N.D., said of his only child, 15-year-old Richard. "The music wasn’t symptomatic
Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 24, 2004
Suffering can become so intense at times that we don’t know how we can take any more pain. It’s in these moments that Jesus reassures us of His presence and sustains us, even though for reasons we do not understand the hurt is not taken away.
Dr. Diane Komp, a pediatric cancer specialist at
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 5, 2001
In his book, Mortal Lessons: Notes on the Art of Surgery, Dr. Richard Selzer tells a true story that reflects God’s love for the unlovely. "I stand by the bed where a young woman lies, her face postoperative, her mouth twisted in palsy, clownish. A tiny twinge of facial nerve, the one to the
Contributed by David Simpson on Jan 18, 2013
Just how can we comprehend the Majesty of God?
By removing thoughts that limit the greatness, the Majesty of God. We need to show the majesty of God in our words and actions every day and start letting people know where we stand.
It is not with great trumpets - or magnificent choirs - but it
THE MEANING OF THE COLORS IN THE FLAG – spoken by the flag.
My red stands for the blood that was shed for the freedom I represent. Yet, my red originated from the blood of Jesus who died and rose again for those who believe in Him and for whom the Pilgrims came to this country for religious