• Example That Encourages

    Posted August 12 by Everton Bascoe

    Read: 2 Timothy 2:1-7 I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet . . . . I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you. —John 13:14-15 The story is told that in the late 1800s a group of European pastors attended D. L. Moody’s Bible confere...

  • Smug

    Posted August 12 by Jeff Carr

    Smug        This is a story about today’s Christian, wait a minute; this is about all Christians throughout time, the difference between then and now is the blatancy of attitude.  I grew up in the back hills of this country; some people called us hillbillies, ...

  • Power Of Simplicity

    Posted August 11 by Everton Bascoe

    Read: Mark 12:28-34 Then one of the scribes came, and . . . asked Him, “Which is the first commandment of all?” —Mark 12:28 Few people take time to study the US Internal Revenue Service income tax regulations—and for good reason. According to Forbes magazine, in 2013 ta...

  • Did Jesus ever laugh?

    Posted August 11 by Raymond Logan

    Question: "Did Jesus ever laugh?" Answer: There has long been a notion that Jesus never laughed. Traditionally, paintings of Jesus have tended toward melancholy portrayals of a somber, glum Savior. It is true that Jesus became our Sin-bearer (1 Peter 2:24) and that He “was despised and rejec...

  • THE RADIO,,,,,,,,,

    Posted August 10 by Raymond Logan

    It was a cold evening in upper New York State, it looked like it could snow. The mountain roads were damp with sheets of ice, so it was strange to see a four door sedan speeding recklessly through the night. Inside the car was a woman probably in her late thirties looking at the road as if in a tran...

  • Holy, Holy, Holy

    Posted August 10 by Everton Bascoe

    Read: Revelation 4 They do not rest day or night, saying: “Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!” —Revelation 4:8 “Time flies when you’re having fun.” This cliché has no basis in fact, but experience makes it seem true. ...

  • Psalm 119 Part 2

    Posted August 10 by M D

    Psalm 119: Part 2 Verses 17-32 (Gimel and Daleth)   Introduction So yesterday we covered Verses 1-16 of Psalm 119. I am breaking this chapter up into parts because Psalm 119 is THE longest chapter in the whole Bible. Comprising 176 individual verses, and 22 separate sections, I had no choic...

  • Finding God’s Pathway

    Posted August 9 by Everton Bascoe

    Read: Psalm 77:10-20 Your way was in the sea, Your path in the great waters. —Psalm 77:19 The Channel Tunnel opened on May 6, 1994, nearly two centuries after it was first proposed in 1802 by Napoleon’s engineer, Albert Mathieu. Today the 31-mile passage beneath the English Chann...

  • True Story

    Posted August 8 by M D

    NOW SHE IS A TEACHER!!! In September of 2005, on the first day of school, Martha Cothren, a History teacher at Robinson High School in Little Rock , did something not to be forgotten. On the first day of school, with the permission of the school superintendent, the principal and the building s...

  • The Upright Thumb

    Posted August 8 by Everton Bascoe

    Read: Genesis 6:11-22 Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. —Genesis 6:8 According to an African fable, four fingers and a thumb lived together on a hand. They were inseparable friends. One day, they noticed a gold ring lying next to them and conspired to take it. The thumb said i...