Monthly Archives: April 2012

COMPROMISE

A hunter raised his rifle and took careful aim at a large bear. When about to pull the trigger, the bear spoke in a soft soothing voice, “Isn’t it better to talk than to shoot?  What do you want?  Let’s … Continue reading

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CONTENTMENT

The prolific Christian hymn writer, Fanny Crosby, lost her sight as a young child. But it is obvious through her hymns that she was a person who could see wonderfully with the spiritual eyes of her heart. We see a touch … Continue reading

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THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD

THE LORD IS MY SPHEPHERD The LORD is my shepherd … that’s POSSESSION I shall not want … that’s PROVISION He maketh me to lie down in green pastures … that’s POSITION He leadeth me beside the still waters … … Continue reading

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THE ARK AND INSPIRATION

“At the time of the truce between the Spaniards and the Dutch in 1609, there lived at Hoorn in North Holland, a Mennonist, Peter Jansen, who took the notion that he would build ship of the same proportions as Noah’s … Continue reading

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The Sermon on the Mount #13

THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT #13 JESUS’ MISSION AND THE OLD TESTAMENT (Matthew 5:17-20) INTRODUCTION A.  There are many today in the church who believe that sermons ought to be characterized more by positive presentation than by negative correction. 1. … Continue reading

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The Sermon on the Mount #12

SERMON ON THE MOUNT #12 “Ye Are The Light Of The World” Matthew 5:14-16 INTRODUCTION A. When we moved past the beatitudes, we immediately saw that Jesus began to challenge people’s concept of themselves 1. “Ye are the salt of earth” … Continue reading

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