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No Fear! ~ 08/31/2017

on Tuesday, 29 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

“Hear ye! Hear ye!” were the words of the “Town Crier” in many English towns years ago. His job was to stand in public places where people gathered and shout or “cry out” official announcements.

Unceasing Praise ~ 08/30/2017

on Tuesday, 29 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

Sunday evenings were always a special time in our small church in Northern Ohio. After singing a few hymns, Pastor Stanley would walk to the pulpit and ask, “Who would like to stand up tonight and thank the Lord publicly...

Fight for me, God! ~ 08/29/2017

on Tuesday, 29 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

Perhaps the deepest wounds any of us carry are the wounds that come from being betrayed. They leave a bitter taste in our mouths and a desire for revenge in our minds and hearts.

Whenever...for whatever ~ 08/28/2017

on Tuesday, 29 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

Whenever is a gracious word that sounds very comforting when someone offers to help us when we are going through a difficult time. We know that someone will help when we dial 911.

Recipe for a good day

on Tuesday, 29 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

Have you ever met anyone who awakened in the morning and said, “Today is going to be horrible! I know it. I feel it. It’s in the air!” How discouraging.

David's "Taste Test" ~ 08/26/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

“Try it for thirty days. If you are not completely satisfied with the results, return the unused portion and you will receive a complete refund!”

Come! Praise the Lord! ~ 08/25/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

There seems to be an attitude of arrogance in the world today. It is summed up in the epigram that was written above the door of the saloon on the Titanic: “Not even God can sink this ship!” Imagine the irony of those words.

Why wait on God? ~ 08/24/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

Waiting, at best, is difficult. Giving up however can be disastrous.

Blessed is the nation! ~ 08/23/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

The destiny of a nation is not determined by its armed forces or material resources. Nor is it empowered by its political philosophy or intellectual achievements.

A ten-stringed instrument ~ 08/22/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

A wealthy gentleman was known for having an extensive violin collection. When Fritz Kreisler heard of the collection he went to see the instruments and meet the person who owned them.

Why worship and sing praises? ~ 08/21/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

Each church has its own “temperament.” There are those where you find happiness and hope, a warm fellowship and a welcoming spirit.

A straight line ~ 08/20/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

When the first railroad was built in Russia, the Czar wanted train tracks to be laid from Moscow to another city that he enjoyed visiting.

The source of sin ~ 08/19/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

The seminary professor stood quietly before his class as though he was waiting for a traffic light to change. Wanting the class to think deep thoughts about the greatness of God’s grace he asked, “Do you have any possession, do you have anything...

Sin and forgiveness~ 08/18/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

“Are we sinners because we sin or do we sin because we are sinners?” asked the Sunday school teacher. An immediate debate erupted in the class as the members attempted to sort out the issues.

Let go - Let God ~ 08/17/2017

on Wednesday, 16 August 2017. Posted in Seeds From the Sower

“You have stage three transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder,” said the urologist in a calm, yet hardly reassuring voice. Anytime, anyone is diagnosed with cancer is a day to remember.
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