Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"Thought is a magnet and attracts like thoughts; it moves in circles, and, with this added force, will
Contributed by Donn Heinrich on Apr 9, 2002
SCARCELY A THOUGHT
“We are too busy making money, paying our bills, trying to scramble to the top of the heap, and facing life’s challenges in general… Our attention is fastened almost solely upon this world, and
Contributed by Tony Abram on Dec 9, 2008
THOUGHTS ON GOSSIP
A rumor is about as hard to unspread as butter.
A secret between two is a secret of God; a
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Jun 2, 2010
What thought? Every thought. The one I have about the Ford Mark One Zephyr that I would like to one day own, the one about how angry I get with repeating a request that someone shuts the door behind them, the thought about how I’d like that last slice of chocolate cake that is
THOUGHTS ON THE CHURCH
Here are some thoughts on The Church from a few 30 on down in age, individuals from the book "The Relevant Church":
Tyler Watts, "I think I disconnect from the Gospel of Jesus Christ when I'm not involved in close relationships with other believers."
One church where I served as pastor has a ping-pong table in the fellowship hall, and sometimes a younger member or two asked me to join them in a game. Now, I was old enough to be their grandfather but that doesn’t stop them from asking! I did appreciate the fact that these youngsters, aged around
Contributed by Jim Kane on Sep 4, 2008
Thoughts on Fasting
I begin this morning with a riddle, or, at least what I hope is a riddle. (Or maybe a pseudo-riddle).
The riddle is a common experience several of us have had over the years. Here it is: "Some of us have had to do it more than once. It something that we know is for our
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"All truly wise thoughts have been thought already thousands of times, but to make them really ours we must think them over again honestly,
Contributed by Sheila Crowe on Jan 13, 2003
I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT
Ed Watt was visiting a local department store with his wife. They had just purchased a piece of luggage and a cooler. As Ed was waiting for his wife to finish the rest of her shopping he dragged the luggage and cooler around with him to the shoe department. A clerk asked
Contributed by Tom Doubt on Jul 15, 2003
WE THOUGHT YOU SAID...
The kids had talked Mom into getting a hamster They promised to take care of their pet, whom they named “Danny.”
Within two months, though, Mom was taking care of Danny. One day Mom decided enough was enough; Danny would be given to a new owner. She called the
Contributed by Tim George on Feb 8, 2001
“At first it is a mere thought confronting the mind; then imagination paints it in stronger colors; only after that do we take pleasure in it, and the will makes a
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 20, 2002
There are thoughts which are prayers. There are moments when, whatever the posture of the body, the soul is
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 13, 2009
SOME THOUGHTS ON FORGIVENESS
Bernard Meltzer was a United States radio host for several decades. His advice call-in show was called "What's Your Problem?" Meltzer said, "When you forgive, you in no way change the past--but you sure do change the future."
Mark Twain had some sour
Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 24, 2009
SIN: ACTS, WORDS, THOUGHTS, HEART
A man once dreamed of passing into the world beyond. An angel met him and showed him a great golden book. "What is that?" he inquired. "It is the book of your life," was the reply. Looking closer he saw that there were some writing on the first page. "What is
FOURTH OF JULY THOUGHTS
A Quote from Band of Brothers: "They depended on each other. And the world depended on them."
I say, "We need to depend on each other so that our community and country can depend on us."
Quote from Band of Brothers: "There Was A Time When The World Asked Ordinary Men To
Contributed by Sermon Central on Oct 22, 2009
Theodore Roosevelt’s Thoughts on Family
Theodore Roosevelt said in 1917, "No other success in life--not being president, or being wealthy, or going to college, or writing a book, or anything else--comes up to the success of the man or woman who can feel that they have done their duty and that
The following thoughts come from: http://findarticles.com/p/articles: “A generational curse is defined as ‘family bondage’ passed down from one generation to the next, says Rev. Dr. Sheron Patterson, senior pastor of Highland Hills United Methodist Church in Dallas. "Many families are unaware that
Contributed by Chris Jordan on Jan 26, 2008
ILLUSTRATION: I thought of this as we were discussing living the eternity driven life…
A man left the snow-filled streets of Chicago for a vacation in Florida. His wife was on a business trip and was planning to meet him there the next day. When he reached his hotel, he sent his wife a quick