March 27, 2023 · 6:27 am
When I was a student at Florida College back in the mid to late 60’s, Homer Hailey was one of my Bible professors.
Brother Hailey was known for his expertise in the Old Testament, his insight into the book of Revelation, and his ability to quote scripture, as well as his class on “The Scheme of Redemption.” I can recall classes where he would fill a blackboard with scriptural references, quoting each one. Continue reading →
March 1, 2023 · 6:23 am
In one of his sermons W. A. Criswell told a story about the president of a great railway system who died.
“The funeral service was held at two o’clock on a weekday afternoon. At that exact moment, every train came to a dead stop. Every wheel ceased to turn. Every workman dropped his tools. Every clerk turned from his files. For three minutes, the entire vast railway system came to a complete stop.” Continue reading →
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December 14, 2022 · 4:14 am
It was a rainy Sunday afternoon and a little brother and sister were playing “Noah and the Ark.”
An old shoe box was their ark. The bathtub was their flood. And all their plastic, toy animals were safe in the ark.
After the flood was over, they decided to offer a sacrifice to God. Continue reading →
March 31, 2014 · 6:35 am
Some of you from my generation and older may remember Art Linkletter. He hosted a day time TV variety show called “House Party” from 1952 to 1969. My Mom loved to watch it.
One of the segments from that show was called “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” Years later Bill Cosby did a show with the same title and similar results. The premise was based on asking a child, usually 3-8 years old, a question that would elicit a cute response.
Whether from those shows or another source, I came across these funny responses from children after they were given a well-known proverb and then asked to come up with the ending. Continue reading →
November 12, 2012 · 6:22 am
Yesterday was veterans day. It is day to honor those who have served in our military. Both living and dead. To thank them for their service. To celebrate their contribution. To remember their sacrifice. Continue reading →