Monthly Archives: February 2012

THE OBVIOUS

The world’s greatest detective, Sherlock Holmes, and his faithful companion, Dr. Watson, were on a camping trip. They were in their sleeping bags looking up at the sky. Holmes said, “Watson, look up. What do you see?” Watson answered, “Well, … Continue reading

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OBSCURED VISION

The story is told of a king who loved to wear fine clothes. The king would always have the finest tailors in the land to bring him the latest and most beautiful fashions to be found. One day a tailor … Continue reading

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THE NEED FOR FRIENDSHIP

We all need sharing and caring friends. Years ago, when speaker of the house Sam Rayburn heard that he had terminal cancer, he shocked everyone when he announced that he was going back to his small town in Bonham, Texas. … Continue reading

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SERMON ON THE MOUNT #4

Sermon On The Mount #4 Blessed Are They Who Mourn (Matthew 5:4) INTRODUCTION A. We are studying the Sermon on the Mount 1. The greatest single collection of the thoughts and teachings of Jesus 2. Our Lord begins with what … Continue reading

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LOOPHOLES

A lawyer was on his deathbed in his bedroom, and he called to his wife. She rushed in and said, “What is it, honey?” He told her to run and get the bible as soon as possible.  Being a religious … Continue reading

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RELIGIOUS VALUES AND GOVERNMENT

The Second President of the United   States, John Adams, said, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for a government of any other.” In other words, unless we abide by biblical principles … Continue reading

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A SOLITARY PLACE

There is nothing more tempting than a place of solitude. A place of solitude where phones do not ring and loud voices all shouting at once do not compete for our attention. A place of solitude where we can hear … Continue reading

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