Contributed by Bob Gillchrest on Dec 1, 2008
Mary begins by telling God that she praises Him from the depths of her soul. I learned a long time ago, when I was minoring in music in college, that there are different ways that we can sing with our voices.
A person can sing in their throats. That’s not recommended because it tends to be a
Contributed by Davon Huss on Jan 13, 2009
One time a minister was talking with a man with not much education. The preacher was asking him about spiritual matters. The preacher asked, "Aren’t you concerned about your soul?" He replied, "No, I have no soul." The preacher replied, "I thought every one had a soul." The poor fellow
Contributed by Daniel Haas on Feb 28, 2009
Like our souls soap bubbles are self-contained, colorful, stable and fragile. They meet,
Contributed by Scott Bounds on Dec 20, 2009
This body is like this glove. The hand represents the spirit. As long as the hand is in the glove, the glove can move and work. The hand is the real life inside. When we die and go to be with the Lord, we lay the glove down. The spirit, which is
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 11, 2010
A bored student at the University of Washington used an Internet auction site to sell his soul to the highest bidder. As it turned out, the top offer was only $400.
Since the soul is immaterial, it can’t be extracted from a body like a physical organ such as a heart. The student had to admit, “I
Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Jun 3, 2009
One would think that selling one’s soul, as Faust offered his to the devil in Goethe’s Dr. Faustus, is only a figment of literary fiction. Medieval as it seems, however, several cases of soul-selling have occurred. Wired magazine reported that a 29-year-old university instructor succeeded in
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"Soul winners are not soul winners because of what they know, but because of Who they know, and how well they know Him, and
At a seminar meeting, the speaker stood in front of a large group of people with a roll of stickers in his hand. Behind him on the platform were tables filled with props that represented the stuff of our lives – a car, a house, a tiny desk that stood for our jobs.
The speaker roamed the stage
Contributed by Charles Jones on Sep 7, 2011
THE LONGING OF THE SOUL
Now I want you to imagine this: The moment that you take your last breath, it will be your first breath in Heaven, and the Lord and His angels will be right there to welcome you.
One of the first faces you will see is Jesus! He will be there with His arms wide open to
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 15, 2012
THE POND OF THE SOUL
Thomas Fuller (English preacher of 1600’s) wrote: "Almost 20 years ago I heard a profane jest and still I remember it. How many pious passages of a far later date have I utterly forgotten? It seems my soul is like a filthy pond where fish die soon
It Is Well With My Soul
When peace, like a river, attendeth my way,
When sorrows like sea billows roll;
Whatever my lot, Thou has taught me to say,
It is well, it is well, with my soul.
Though Satan should buffet, though trials should come,
Let this blest assurance control,
Contributed by Clyde Grimes on Jan 7, 2003
One ship drives east and another drives west
With the selfsame winds that blow.
’Tis the set of the sail and not the gales
Which tells us the way to go.
Like the winds of the sea are the ways of fate,
As we voyage along through life:
’Tis the set of
Contributed by Ken Harris on Oct 12, 2008
“ It’s a cleansing of the soul. Emotional release helps ease the load... It’s time to LAUGH until you cry. SCREAM until you spit. Show some LOVE and show some TEARS. SING at the top of your lungs. JUMP for JOY. AND when tons of STUFF
MANNA TO A TEEN'S SOUL
Mr. Redden was a part of the church of my childhood; he’s now with the Lord. One time he was a chaperone for our youth group. He was very much on the edge of a great spiritual defeat. I was only about 12 or 13, but Mr. Redden found himself sharing his tough time with me.
Contributed by Thomas Cash on Mar 1, 2010
IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL
Horatio Gates Spafford, a 43-year-old Chicago Businessman, suffered financial disaster in the great Chicago fire of 1871. He and his wife were still grieving over the death of their son shortly before the fire, and he realized they needed to get away for a vacation.
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 29, 2010
THE WEIGHT OF GLORY IN A HUMAN SOUL
Truth: Christ and the cross unify the church when they are kept the priority of the church.
In his great message given at Oxford University Church in 1941, C.S. Lewis spoke about the weight of glory within each human soul. "There are no ordinary people,"
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 14, 2011
HOPE IS THE DREAM OF A SOUL
When a member of my congregation, 18-year-old Heidi, was thrown from a car back in May and suffered a head injury, it was a real miracle that she recovered and was soon in rehab at Crystus Santa Rosa. She was learning to walk again through rehab and therapy when a
Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jul 8, 2011
SERVING SAVES A SOUL
One of the best ways to do these good things is to get involved in Vacation Bible School: Praying for VBS, inviting kids to come, serving in VBS, and following up on our guests. Kids will get saved. Sometimes even parents get saved through VBS. Florence Lee can tell you
Contributed by Brad Henry on Aug 3, 2011
FLOOD IN MY SOUL
The night before my shoulder surgery last week I had what looked like the start of a kidney stone. My first thought was to cancel the surgery then Julie came in and settled me down. This happened from a medical procedure that went bad when I was 19. I still suffer some effects
Contributed by Tim Patrick on Apr 28, 2008
BARING MY SOUL
When we carried our son and daughter-in-law to the airport in Birmingham, as they left to go overseas, I cried. I had told myself not to cry. Get this picture. My oldest son felt led of God to spend his life serving in southeast Asia. He was about to leave. I knew that for the