Monthly Archives: March 2018

ABSOLUTE TRUTH

How long would you continue to fly with an airline whose motto was “Safety Standards are Fine for Those Who Are Uptight About It, But Our Engineers Aren’t So Narrow”? How excited would you be about going under the scalpel … Continue reading

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COTTON CANDY PREACHING

If I were to ask you what would be worse, to give your children cotton candy or poison, what would you say? In answer to this question most people would very quickly say that poison would be the worse thing … Continue reading

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THE MONKEY TRAP

Native hunters in the jungles of Africa have a clever way of trapping monkeys.  They slice a coconut in two; hollow it out, and in one half of the shell cut a hole just big enough for a monkey’s hand … Continue reading

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WHAT IS IN YOUR JAR?

A preacher placed two identical jars on the table next to the pulpit. He quoted I Samuel 16:7, “…Jehovah seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Jehovah looketh on the heart.” The preacher … Continue reading

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A STRAIGHT PATH

Once a Christian father took his three adolescent sons on a winter hike. They came to a field glistening white from a snow the night before. There was not a single track of any kind that had been made in … Continue reading

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The Beauty of the Forgiveness of Sin INTRODUCTION For several Sundays we have been discussing sin. We have studied: The origin of sin What sin is Kinds of sin What sin will do to you Improper attitudes toward sin Proper … Continue reading

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SHARPENING YOUR AX

One man challenged another to an all-day wood chopping contest. The challenger worked very hard, stopping only for a brief lunch break. The other man had a leisurely lunch and took several breaks during the day. At the end of … Continue reading

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