Contributed by Clarence Clough on Jul 25, 2010
Missionary statesman Hudson Taylor had complete trust in God's faithfulness. In his journal he wrote:
"Our heavenly Father is a very experienced One. He knows very well that His children wake up with a good appetite every morning... He sustained 3 million Israelites in the
In a certain area of Mexico, there are hot springs & cold springs found side by side. And, because of this convenience and natural miracle, the local women would often bring their laundry, boil their clothes in the hot springs, & rinse them in the cold springs. A tourist watching this
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"The great teacher is not the man who supplies the most facts, but the one in whose
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
Sometimes we are the source of God’s supply to others. Consider the great work of Samaritan’s Purse, Food For The Hungry, Salvation Army, and others.
A pious father always closed grace for the evening meal with these words: "Come, Lord Jesus, be our guest and bless what thou hast provided."
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 15, 2005
I was a supply preacher for a small town Texas Church, coming in early Sunday, preaching a sermon to the congregation, and then leaving after lunch. Arriving early one Sunday I sat down at a local donut shop, opened my Bible and went over my sermon notes.
A man was sitting down the counter from
Contributed by Terry Barnhill on Nov 9, 2009
I was filling in as pulpit supply years ago, when I was approached by a man after the service. He looked me straight in the eyes and said, “That has to be worst sermon I’ve ever heard.” Then he turned and stormed out of the church.
I felt crushed. I’d worked hard on that sermon; praying that
A story is told of a little girl that would not take a handful of cherries when the general store owner told her to take one After several times of saying no, the owner told her to hold out her hands and he filled them with the cherries she loved.
On the way home, Momma asked her why should would
Contributed by Ian Biss on Oct 1, 2001
One evening Sam left his bible study group where his pastor was teaching on listening to God, convinced that he would listen when he felt God was speaking to him. It was at that very moment that Sam felt the compulsion to buy a gallon of milk. So he pulled over at the nearest shopette and bought a
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 10, 2010
CHRIST LIKE A RIVER
Jonathan Edwards: "Christ is like a river...There are fresh supplies of water coming from the fountainhead continually, so that a man may live by it, and be supplied with water all his life. So Christ is an ever flowing fountain; he is continually supplying his people, and
Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Sep 14, 2005
I had the privilege to speak on the phone with Jim Difford whom is working with the Louisiana Baptist Convention. In the midst of disaster they and many other churches are getting to minister to Christ by meeting the needs of the hungry, providing shelter, clothing and helping the physically
Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Oct 18, 2000
D L Moody, an American evangelist of the last century, would quote St Paul’s words, "My God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus" (Phil 4:19): Here is a bank cheque. The firm, "My God"; the promise, "shall supply"; the amount, "all you need"; the capital,
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Nov 21, 2001
In regions of Mexico hot springs and cold springs are found side by side, and because of the convenience of this natural phenomenon the women often bring their laundry, boil their clothes in the hot springs, and then rinse them in the cold springs.
A tourist watching this procedure commented to