Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 17, 2009
THE SONG OF JESUS
One night while conducting an evangelistic meeting in the Salvation Army Citadel in Chicago, Booth Tucker preached on the sympathy of Jesus. After his message a man approached him and said, "If your wife had just died, like mine has, and your babies were crying for their mother
Contributed by Donnie Martin on May 4, 2009
The chorus of the song “Only One Life” says: “Only one life, ‘twill soon be past. Only what’s done for Christ will last!”
Contributed by Bill Butsko on Apr 13, 2012
THE BROTHER'S SONG
Like any good mother, when Karen found out that another baby was on the way, she did what she could to help her 3-year-old son, Michael, prepare for his sister. Day after day and night after night, Michael sang to his sister in Mommy's tummy.
He was building a bond of love
One of my favorite songs right now is a song by a man named Jeremy Camp. It’s entitled "There will be a Day." I want to share the first verse and chorus with you in closing today. It goes like this:
I try to hold on to this world with everything I have
But I feel the weight of what it brings,
Contributed by Don Walker on Dec 21, 2000
Listen to this song of praise about the incarnation written by Graham Kendrick:
Meekness and majesty, human and deity, in
perfect harmony the one who is God.
Lord of eternity dwells in humanity, kneels in
humility and washes our feet.
Wisdom unsearchable, God the invisible, love
Contributed by Davon Huss on Jun 13, 2002
Country Music Song Titles:
1. If You Can’t Live Without Me, Why Aren’t You Dead?
2. I Went Back to My Fourth Wife for the Third Time and Gave Her a Second Chance to Make a First Class Fool Out of Me
3. You’re the Reason Our Kids are Ugly
4. I’m Ashamed to Be Here, but Not Ashamed Enough to
Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Nov 16, 2006
a song by the Nelson Brothers. Apparently there’s this poor guy who has a self-centered girlfriend, and he’s tired of her always directing the conversation to her favorite subject…herself! So the song goes:
Enough about you baby-let’s talk about me
You don’t even have a clue lately what I
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 26, 2007
As the movie Brian’s Song depicted, the friendship between Gale Sayers and Brian Piccolo deepened into one of the best relationships in the history of sports. During the 1969 season, Piccolo was cut down with cancer. He fought to play the season out, but he was in hospitals more than he was in the
Contributed by Gary Miller on May 11, 2007
The following song by "Casting Crowns" illustrates the importance of praising God:
Praise You in This Storm
words by Mark Hall/music by Mark Hall and Bernie Herms
I was sure by now, God You would have reached down
and wiped our tears away,
stepped in and saved the day.
But once again,
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
Illustration: that song Your Grace is Enough, the three Hebrew children, Philip Crosby, in his book March Till They Die, tells of a forced march of American and European soldiers in Korea. In November of 1950, Philip Crosby and his friends, as they passed close to those GI’s who were having a hard
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Jun 16, 2009
SONG – GOD BLESS AMERICA.
An eerie quiet fell over the battlefield near the French city of Verdun. It was Nov. 11, 1918, and the guns were abruptly silent. Some of the soldiers sank to the ground; others stared into space. Some began to shake. The Great War was finished, but the men could
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 23, 2009
U2 Song, "I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.”
One of the most popular music groups over the past 25 years has been a band called U2. The lead singer of U2 is a man named Bono. It seems like every couple of years it gets reported that Bono is a professing Christian. I don’t know whether he
Contributed by Timothy Darling on Apr 19, 2010
ON THE SEQUENCE OF SONGS IN REVELATION 5
Think of this like a commencement on a cosmic scale. The graduate represents three things:
** The past (all the study and hard work she has invested)
** The present (the diploma and honors she receives at his graduation)
** The future (the potential
SING A NEW SONG
Boom! Boom! The two-fold pounding of the avalanche cannon awoke me from my slumber. No, we didn't get snow last night, I mused. But sure enough, God dumped nine inches of fresh snow onto the mountains above. Now, I love winter; it's great skiing on fresh powder. However,
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 16, 2009
SONG ABOVE THE NOISE
A man said: While walking along a busy street one day, I heard someone singing. His sweet voice was distinguishable even above the noise of the traffic. When I located him, I noticed that he had no legs and was pushing himself through the crowd in a wheelchair.
Contributed by Jim Kane on Nov 13, 2005
One of my favorite songs is by the legendary Contemporary Christian Artist Larry Norman. Norman is one of a handful of pioneers of contemporary Christian music that paved the way for the ministry (and industry) that it is today.
I have played the song before and it is entitled, ‘The Outlaw.’ It
Contributed by Joel Preston on Nov 13, 2002
Song: Steven Curtis Chapman If the truth were known, and a light were shown, On every hidden part of my soul, Most would turn away, shake their heads and say, He’s still got such a long way to go. If the truth
Contributed by Dana Chau on Nov 13, 2002
Some of you might be familiar with the song, "Cat’s in the Cradle": (A father retracing the growing up of his son)
My child arrived just the other day;
He came to the world in the usual way,
But there were planes to catch, and bills to pay,
He learned to walk while I was away.
And he was
Contributed by David Schaal on Sep 10, 2003
Frances Havergal, the song writer, lived and moved in the Word of God. His Word was her constant companion. On the last day of her life, she asked a friend to read to her the 42nd chapter of Isaiah. When the friend read the sixth verse. “I the Lord have called thee in righteousness, and will hold
Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Oct 29, 2003
Many of you will probably recognize this song. “It make you want to go where everybody know your name, and they’re always glad you came. You wanna be where you can see our troubles are all the same. You wanna be where everybody knows your name.” The theme song for the 80’s TV sitcom “Cheers”