Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 11, 2007
"The promises of God are never spoken to the individual alone, but to all at one time. Baptism, on the contrary, is
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 20, 2002
“The most glorious promises of God are generally fulfilled in such a wondrous manner that He steps forth to save us at a time when there is the least
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2006
"For all the promises of God in Him are yea, and in Him Amen, unto the glory of God by us" (II Corinthians 1:20).
The word "amen" is a most remarkable word. It was transliterated directly from the Hebrew into the Koine Greek of the New Testament, then into Latin and into English and many other
When I think of the promises of God, I’m reminded of the story of the young man who had a dream to go to America. He scrimped and saved, and did everything in his power to save enough money to buy a ticket on a boat bound for America. The day came when he had precisely the amount of money
Contributed by Charles Jones on Feb 16, 2011
LIVING BY PROMISES
Warren Wiersbe once said "We live by God's promises,
Contributed by Howard Parnell on Sep 23, 2002
A little girl was asked, "Who does your mommy love most?" The little girl replied without thinking, "She loves Johnny most because he’s the oldest...and she loves Billy most because he’s
Contributed by Timothy Mills on Sep 26, 2002
Is God’s will always done? No, because God does not will for us to sin. As a parent I want my children to be successful and to be a productive member of sciety. Doesn’t every parent want that? Then why are our prisons full to over flowing? Every coach wants every shot to go through the hoop,
Contributed by Spencer Cunnah on Oct 4, 2002
Th Lord is a personal God and there are some ministries for which He has no deputies because He wants to do them Himself. He is the One who cares for His people.
I remember coming home the first time from university. My mother came up as I was ready to go to bed and asked :
Jill Brisco is a women’s ministry advisor and author of several books, and in a message she gave she told a story about a friend of hers who is a schoolteacher in the Milwaukee school system. Just at the beginning of last semester, she was passing in the corridor by the lockers, and she came upon
There is story about a Chinese artist, a new Christian who wanted to paint the parable of the prodigal son. In his first attempt, he painted the father standing at the gate with his arms folded looking sternly down the road at a son coming. Another Christian explained to him that was not the
Sometimes my 2 ½ yr old son wakes up crying in the middle of the night. Joanne usually goes in, sometimes we both will if he’s really upset. Sometimes, as she holds him, I lean in and place my cheek against his cheek, or on his forehead, right in close. And I whisper, “It’s ok Thomas. Mommy
Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Oct 30, 2003
YARD SALE–FLEA MARKET. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! All too often stuff that is in the yard sale today is in the dumpster tomorrow.
Sometimes we feel like the leftovers from a yard sale; our self esteem is in the dumpster. We’re useless; we’re no good for anyone or anything.
Contributed by David Haun on Dec 22, 2003
"If God is able to place the stars in their sockets and suspend the sky like a curtain, do you think it remotely possible that God is able to guide your life? If your God is mighty enough to ignite the sun, could it be that he is mighty enough to light your path? If he cares enough about the
Contributed by Kim Huffman on Mar 31, 2004
From Daily Encounter comes this story by a Chaplain Robinson: “In 1949, my father had just returned from the war. On every highway you could see soldiers in uniform hitchhiking home to their families. The thrill of the his reunion with his family was soon overshadowed by my grandmother’s illness.
One day a little girl went shopping with her mother. Her Daddy had given her a couple of dollars to but whatever she wanted and she chose a shiny necklace with shiny beads that looked like pearls.
The little girl put on her pearls and wouldn’t take them off. She slept, bathed etc.
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 16, 2001
John Kass, a columnist for the Chicago Tribune, recently wrote
about a waiter named Bouch who works at a tavern in Chicago.
Bouch decided to write to the King of his homeland, Morocco.
The King, Mohammed VI, is immensely popular because he often
interacts with his subjects in
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 20, 2002
You are valuable because you exist. Not because of what you do or what you have done, but simply
Contributed by Brian La Croix on May 15, 2002
Sometimes my daughter Olivia wakes up in the middle of the night and needs to use the bathroom.
It’s my job to get up and take her there, so I get out of bed to find her at outside her room.
She takes my hand as we go to the bathroom, which is about 6 feet from her door.
Does she need my
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
E. THERE IS A SYLVIE DOSROSIERS PLAY THAT RAN ON BROADWAY IN 1995 ENTITLED, "THE LONG SILENCE" THAT SAYS IT ALL, “AT THE END OF TIME, WHERE BILLIONS OF PEOPLE ARE SCATTERED ON A GREAT PLAIN BEFORE GOD’S THRONE. MOST SHRANK FROM THE BRILLIANT LIGHT BEFORE THEM, BUT SOME GROUPS NEAR THE FRONT TALKED