Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 29, 2002
Love is a gross exaggeration of the difference between one person and everybody
Love is not blind. Love sees yet covers over, love experiences yet keeps no record of wrongs. However, lovers
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 6, 2002
THE VALENTINE’S DAY TEN COMMANDMENTS
I. I am thy Main Squeeze; thou shalt have no other squeeze before me.
II. Thou shalt not take the name of thy Squeeze in vain, nor badmouth him/her behind him/her back.
III. Remember our Anniversary, and keep it holy--or else.
IV. Honor MY mother
Contributed by Andrew Chan on Apr 26, 2002
A husband is advised by a psychiatrist to assert himself. "You don’t have to let your wife henpeck you. Go home and show her you’re the boss." The husband takes the doctor’s advice.
He rushes home, slams the door, shakes his fist in his wife’s face, and growls, "From now on, you’re taking
Contributed by Andrew Chan on Apr 26, 2002
Longer richer life: “Married folks also live longer and make more money” was the claim made by a CT Today article. Also, “according to a German medical magazine, which reported the results of an insurance company survey, a husband who kisses his wife each day before they separate for work will
Contributed by John Knight on May 2, 2002
Pastor Doug Forsberg, an associate at Bethany First Church of the Nazarene recently spoke of an experience he had while pastoring a small church in Florida. It involved a member of his church, an older gentleman by the name of Benny. Now Benny was about ninety-nine to one hundred years old and he
Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 12, 2002
An interviewer once asked a famous movie actor & comedian:
"What’s it like when you kiss a girl in a movie? Do you ever get emotionally involved?"
"Oh," he said, "I once kissed a very beautiful actress on the screen, and it meant nothing to either of us. Of course, the
HOW MUCH IS THAT?
Now I can’t find this in the Bible, but perhaps you’ve heard the story that before Eve was created, God was talking with Adam. He said, “You really need a helper, don’t you?” And Adam answered, “Yeah, I really do.”
So God said, “What if I make a woman? She’ll be perfect for
Contributed by Jim Kane on Jun 6, 2002
One of the classic episodes of the Dick Van Dyke Show concerns a problem that Ritchie is having with a girl named Priscilla. For a period of time he comes home every afternoon after school battered and bruised by this girl.
Rob and Laura are at a loss to know what to do and so Laura goes and
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 26, 2002
Ranking the silver screen’s all-time top romantic films
"You must remember this: A kiss is just a kiss ..." So begins the
signature song from the 1942 movie "Casablanca." The American Film
Institute (AFI) had no difficulty remembering. Its new list of the 100
best US screen romances ranks
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jul 9, 2002
Love is much nicer to be in than an automobile accident, a tight girdle, a higher tax bracket, or a holding pattern
Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jul 12, 2002
John Cheever was asked if he would describe life with his wife, Mary. "She has displayed an extraordinary amount of patience," he answered. He paused, then continued, "Women are an inspiration. It’s because of them we put on clean shirts and wash our necks. Because of women, we want to excel.
Contributed by Tim Zingale on Jul 22, 2002
The final picture of God’s love for us through Jesus Christ comes for a story told by the late Pastor Louis Valbracht as he relates an event in his life.
I remember when I returned from over seas at the end of W.W. II, I was met by a nearly-three-year-old daughter whom I hadn’t seen
About Mary Magdeline
“With seven demons in you, you may be the life of the party, but
Contributed by Andrew Hamilton on Sep 29, 2002
There is a story told of an old monastery that had fallen upon hard times. It was once a great order, but as a result of waves of anti-monastic persecution in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and the rise of secularism in the nineteenth, all its branch houses were lost and it
Contributed by Dan Cormie on Oct 17, 2002
WITHOUT MY GLASSES
Soon after our last child left home for college, my wife was resting next to me on the couch with her head in my lap. I carefully removed her glasses. "You know, honey," I said sweetly, "without your glasses you look like the same beautiful young woman I
Contributed by James May on Oct 20, 2002
There is a movie that was recently produced that was titled “Shallow Hal”. In that movie, Hal was given a gift of seeing a woman, not as she physically looked but as their heart would appear. There were some who were over weight, some who were not so physically appealing to the normal observer,