Monthly Archives: August 2018

SOUR MILK

The story is told of a youth watching his grandmother bake a cake. He watched her closely and noticed one of the main ingredients was soured milk. “Yuk,” he thought, “that cake must taste awful!” When supper was completed and … Continue reading

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We spend more, but have less; we buy more, but enjoy it less. We have bigger houses and smaller families; more conveniences, but less time; more medicine, but less wellness. We read too little, watch TV too much and pray … Continue reading

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I CAN SLEEP WHEN THE WIND BLOWS

A young man applied for a job as a farmhand. When asked what uniquely qualified him for the job, he answered, “I can sleep when the wind blows.” Although this statement puzzled the farmer he saw something likable in the … Continue reading

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DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS

Several years ago State Farm Insurance rated the most dangerous intersections in the United States. The winner (or, perhaps the loser) was the corner of Belt Line Road and Midway Road in Addison, Texas, an affluent Dallas suburb.  There were 263 … Continue reading

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CONCERT IN A CAVE

I have attended concerts at various places, but I have never attended a concert in a cave. David wrote Psalm 57 when he fled from Saul into the cave of Adullam (1 Sam. 22:1). It can be difficult to sing … Continue reading

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THE DISOBEDIENCE OF MAN

INTRODUCTION A. Have you ever wondered how one could allow a moment of pleasure to destroy his/her reputation? 1. What causes one to mortgage his life to pay the high price of sin? 2. What causes one to turn his … Continue reading

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CREATION VERSUS THEISTIC EVOLUTION

INTRODUCTION As we look at the creation account we will notice that God created: Light on day one (1:3-5) Firmament on day two (1:6-8) The seas, the dry land, and vegetation on day three (1:9-13) The sun, moon and the … Continue reading

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