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A boxer was getting absolutely killed in a title fight. His trainer knew how bad things were going, but he felt that it was his job to keep his fighter encouraged. So when the boxer staggered back to the corner … Continue reading
An artist visited a museum where one of his masterpieces was on exhibit. As he approached the painting he noticed that the museum had placed one of his earlier, lesser known works beside the masterpiece. He stood there comparing both … Continue reading
A family was awakened one night by the blaring of their smoke detector. Sure enough, the house was on fire. The father immediately raced into the kids’ room and came out carrying his 18-month old baby with one arm and holding his four-year-old … Continue reading
I read about a very frustrated pastor who said to his congregation, “I’ve stopped expecting you to make leaps of faith, but it would be nice to see a hop now and then.” I can’t help but wonder if God … Continue reading
Last night was movie night at the church. I showed the film Flywheel. That was the first movie that was done by Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Ga. Most of my crowd had seen the church’s other two movies, Facing … Continue reading
This past Sunday I preached on the subject of spiritual warfare. My text was Ephesians 6:12. I opened the sermon by showing a scene from the movie Jesus of Nazareth. The scene depicted the story of the demon-possessed son who kept throwing himself … Continue reading