Contributed by Daniel Devilder on Oct 19, 2006
• this love on the cross
• this love that reached out to you when you were HOSTILE to God
• this love that reached out to you, though God had every right to be—and WAS—enemies of us
Remembering the cross can have a profound effect on us:
Why then, let your mind come to rest
Contributed by Daniel Devilder on Oct 19, 2006
Because of what Christ has done for me, and as his disciple, God’s own child, I am to let the peace of Christ RULE in my heart.
I was CALLED to PEACE. YOU were CALLED to PEACE.
And we find that in Pennsylvania, these people, that many in the world would describe at best
REMEMBER FAILURE MAY BE BUT AN OPPORTUNITY----
GEORGE CAMPBELL MORGAN, 12/9/1863. He died May 16, 1945. He preached his first sermon at 13 years of age. In 1888 a young man named CAMPBELL MORGAN had made application to the WESLEYAN SCHOOL of ministry. Campbell was one of 150 men to apply
Lately I have become concerned about the people I represent. I no longer see the Pride in your eyes that I once seen when I traveled down your streets in the Veterans Day parades and on the 4th of July. The people that once saluted me and those that held their hand over their heart
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jul 13, 2009
REMEMBER THE THREE RULES
Do you remember learning to ride a bicycle? Did your bike have training wheels? Did someone run along beside you to get you going?
One of the great challenges of youth, after learning to walk, is learning to ride a bicycle. It requires balance and a sense of self
Contributed by Chris Jordan on Nov 1, 2009
REMEMBER THE DUCK
A little boy visiting his grandparents was given his first slingshot. He practiced in the woods, but he could never hit his target. As he came back to Grandma’s back yard, he spied her pet duck. On an impulse he took aim and let fly. The stone hit, and the duck fell dead. The
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 11, 2008
REMEMBER ME NOT...
Marilyn Anderes tells the story of a devoted Christian named Cheryl Stephens. Cheryl was a young mother who struggled with cancer, but was determined to keep ministering to others. She went home to Jesus on Nov. 19, 2003 at age 44. Cheryl’s friends say she lived out Phil 1:21
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 12, 2008
REMEMBER THE MISSION
In 1629, when the favorite wife of Indian ruler Shah Jahan died, he ordered that a magnificent tomb be built as a memorial to her. The shah placed his wife's casket in the middle of a parcel of land, and construction of the temple literally began around it. But several years
Contributed by Joel Pankow on Jun 21, 2001
In the movie, Remember the Titans, the coach pushed the students to the brink of their abilities. Some accused him of trying to ruin them and break their spirits. But by pushing them - he made them stronger. It prepared them for a difficult season of football - and in the end they went
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 15, 2001
I DON'T REMEMBER
A young nun once claimed to have had a vision of Jesus. Her bishop decided to test her truthfulness and ordered that the next time she had a vision she should ask Christ what the bishop’s primary sin had been before he became a bishop.
Some months later the nun returned and
Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 1, 2002
I Can’t Remember
A few years ago, rumors spread that a certain Catholic woman was having visions of Jesus. The archbishop decided to check her out.
’Is it true, m’am, that you have visions of Jesus?’ asked the cleric.
’Yes,’ the woman replied.
’Well, the next time you have a vision, I
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 20, 2002
SAVING THE SHIP, REMEMBERING THE PAST
"Their hair is gray, their shoulders are slumped and they walk with the shuffle of the aged. Their ship, a rusty antique, wallowed through the Atlantic, battered by a winter storm. For the elderly crew of LST-325, a creaking World War II troop ship that had
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 30, 2002
REMEMBERING A DEATH WARRANT
Benjamin Rush to John Adams, July 20, 1811.
Dear Old Friend,
The 4th of July has been celebrated in Philadelphia in the manner I expected. The military men, and particularly one of them, ran away with all the glory of the day.
Scarcely a word was said of
Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 11, 2002
REMEMBER ME AT HOME
“By profession, I am a soldier and take great pride in that fact. But I am prouder, infinitely prouder, to be a father. A soldier destroys in order to build. The father only builds, never destroys…It is my hope that my son, when I am gone,
Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 1, 2002
Remember that William Carey, the Father of modern missions told his churches, If you will hold the ropes, I will go down to look for the lost." He started out with only six supporters but ended up staying 47 years in India and setting in motion the entire modern missionary movement because of those
Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 3, 2002
REMEMBER OUR SURVIVORS
Can you hear me? Can you hear my friends and I? We’re crying out to you from underneath the rubble and debris, from down under the dust and stones... please tell us that we have not been left alone- please comfort our souls to know that though we cannot return, that you
Contributed by Clark Tanner on Oct 6, 2002
I remember an old “Dragnet” television episode back in the mid ‘60s, when the arguments about the dangers or relative safeties of marijuana use were in full bloom. The main character, Sgt Joe Friday, was expounding to a young suspect the harmful effects and results of heroine sale and use, and how
Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Jan 18, 2003
Remember the movie, The Field of Dreams. A farmer made a baseball field in a Iowa cornfield. And one of the scenes of the movie shows cars lined up coming to the field.
Isaiah picture people from every nation streaming to the Light of Israel, which is Jesus Christ. The Lord address spiritual
Paul and the Philippians remembered and supported one another in prayer. A joyful, loving, and caring church is one which keeps each other in prayer. Oftentimes, we fail to be a joyful, loving, caring Christian community because we fail to remember and support each other in prayer. There are many
Contributed by Tylor Cates on Jan 24, 2004
Remember Your Sword
Prop: Butter Knife and large Sword
First let me say I collect and sell swords for a living so it wasn’t hard for me to get a real sword you may have to make a prop sword. Be careful if you bring a real one and make sure no one gets near it.
In our church we have a 5