Contributed by Paul Carlson on Feb 17, 2009
Speak, Lord, for thy servant hears.
Show me where to go and tell me what to say;
Give thy Word to light my path and point the way.
Yes, Lord, Thy command is heard.
Yes, Lord, I obey Thy Word.
I don’t ask for riches, I don’t ask for fame,
I don’t ask that honor be
Contributed by Mark Beaird on Nov 2, 2000
IS GOD SPEAKING?
James Hamilton writes:
Before refrigerators, people used ice houses to preserve their food. Ice houses had thick walls, no windows, and a tightly fitted door. In winter, when streams and lakes were frozen, large blocks of ice were cut, hauled to the ice houses, and covered
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jul 5, 2002
(A) The Japanese eat very little fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than the British or Americans.
(B) On the other hand, the French eat a lot of fat and also suffer fewer heart attacks than the British or Americans.
(C) The Japanese drink very little red wine and suffer
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 6, 2010
Men don't always say what they mean.
When a man says "IT WOULD TAKE TOO LONG TO EXPLAIN."
He means: "I have no idea how it works."
When a man says "TAKE A BREAK, HONEY. YOU ARE WORKING TOO HARD."
He means: "I can't hear the game over the vacuum cleaner."
When a man says
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 6, 2010
Someone had noticed that the word "father" appears in the dictionary just before the word "fatigued" and just after the word "fathead." So to all us fatigued, fathead fathers, Happy Father's Day!
One time a little boy was asked to define Father's Day and he said, "It's
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2007
"When we speak of joy, we do not speak of something we are after, but of something that will come to
Contributed by Kevin Taylor on Mar 8, 2002
1. Genesis speaks of the creation of the sun. Revelation tells of a place that needs no sun.
2. Genesis speaks of the entrance of sin into this world. Revelation tells of the banishment of all sin.
3. Genesis speaks of the sin-curse that is pronounced upon mankind. Revelation tells of the
Contributed by Bruce Howell on Apr 11, 2002
The evangelist, Lieghton Ford was speaking at an open-air crusade in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Billy Graham was to speak the next night and had arrived a day early. He came incognito and sat on the grass at the rear of the crowd. Because he was wearing a hat and dark glasses, no one recognized him.
Contributed by Andrew Chan on Feb 26, 2004
A CATHOLIC CRITIC SPEAKS
Roger Ebert – film critic in Chicago said: “What Gibson has provided for me, for the first time in my life, is a visceral idea of what the Passion consisted of. That his film is superficial in terms of the surrounding message — that we get only a few passing references
Contributed by Donnie Martin on Jun 19, 2004
Speaking about the topic dealt with in this psalm, Bro. J. Vernon McGee tells the story of how he and his wife lost their first child in the hospital. He gives the following account:
I only heard the cry of that little one. All she ever did in her life was cry. I shall never forget the day
Contributed by Donnie Martin on Aug 31, 2004
George Mueller, speaking of the obstacles in the Christian’s life, said, “I say—and say it deliberately—trials, obstacles, difficulties, and sometimes
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on May 9, 2003
SHOULD WOMEN SPEAK IN CHURCH?
Catherine Booth, wife of Salvation Army founder William Booth, once responded to a man who argued, "Paul said to the Corinthians it is a shame for women to speak in the church"
"Oh yes, so he did;" said Catherine, "but in the first place this is not a church,
Contributed by Eric Peloquin on Jun 7, 2005
A skeptic in London, in speaking of the Bible, said that it was quite impossible in these days to believe in any book whose authorship is unknown. A Christian asked if the compiler of the multiplication table was known. “No!” he answered. “Then, of course, you do not believe in it.” “Oh yes,” was
Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Nov 7, 2005
Bernard of Clairvaux speaks of a “perfume compound of the remembered benefits of God.” Such a fragrance is easily obtained by spending a season in praise for the things God has already done. Not just by saying thank you, but by expressing a life of gratitude. Every born-again Christian should be
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 20, 2005
A Christian railroad engineer was speaking to a group of fellow workers about heaven. He said, “I can’t begin to tell you what the Lord Jesus means to me. In Him I have a hope that is very precious. Let me explain.
Many years ago as each night I neared the end of my run, I would always let out a