Contributed on Aug 2, 2009
Have you come to a "Cross" road in your life? Have you decided to make a decision to take up your cross and follow Jesus? Not to decide is to decide. Which path will you choose?
OPEN: This begins a series which we’re calling "Dr. Seuss and God". Dr. Seuss (actually Theodor Seuss Geisel) dedicated himself to writing simple, entertaining and thoughtful poems that used basic words children would understand. But every once in a while, Dr. Seuss would introduce what some people ...read more
Contributed on Aug 9, 2009
The businessmen in James 4 don’t seem to be boastful and proud to me... and yet God says they were. What makes a person proud?
OPEN: Dr. Seuss once wrote a poem entitled: “The Places You’ll Go” And part of it goes like this: “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the guy who’ll decide ...read more
Contributed on Aug 17, 2009
"Green Eggs and Ham" may be a Children’s book, but it’s main character has a lot to say about effective witnessing for Christ.
OPEN: Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham is a long repetitious children’s poem that ends this way: For about the 20th time Sam-I-Am asks: “You do not like green eggs and ham?” To which his friend replies: “I do not like them, Sam-I-am.” Sam-I-am: “Could you, would you, with a ...read more
Contributed on Aug 23, 2009
Is there anything wrong with wanting to be great?
OPEN: One of Dr. Seuss’s more famous poem is called “Yertle the Turtle” “ On a far away island of Salamasond, Yertle the turtle was king of the pond. A nice little pond. It was clean. It was neat. The water was warm, there was plenty to eat. Until - one day - the king of them all decided ...read more
Contributed on Aug 31, 2009
One prominent religious website said the doctrine of Justification was "controversial". Really? Why would that be?
OPEN: How many of you have ever read “Fox in Socks”? I’ve read many Dr. Seuss books to my kids, though I’m not sure I’ve ever read this one. But there are many people who love this book. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it features 2 main characters Mr. Fox and Mr. Knox who converse almost ...read more