Contributed by Archie Luper on Jul 7, 2007
Charlie Brown is seen at bat. "STRIKE THREE!" He has struck out again and slumps down on the players’ bench. He say, "Rats! I’ll never be a big league player. I just don’t have it! All my life I’ve dreamed of playing in the big leagues, but I know I’ll never make it." Lucy turns to console him.
Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
If we want God to guide us, our attitude needs to be right. Here are some guidelines as to how we can play our part in arriving at right decisions.
First, we must be willing to think. It is false piety, super-supernaturalism of an unhealthy pernicious sort that demands inward impressions with no
Contributed by Josh Hunt on Feb 7, 2012
BILLY GRAHAM: GROWING OLD HAS BEEN A SURPRISE
Billy Graham, in his book "Nearing Home: Life, Faith, and Finishing Well" (pp. 1-2, Thomas Nelson), he writes:
Growing old has been the greatest surprise of my life. The young live for the here and now. Thinking ahead seems to be in the form of