Monday, December 22nd 2014

A weekly article, only on Sunday, that delivers a spiritual message

Just The Right Time – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for December 21, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by Julie Ackerman Link. ******************* The conductor stood on the podium, his eyes scanning the choir and orchestra. The singers arranged the music in their folders, found a comfortable position for standing, and held the folder where they could see the conductor just over the top. Orchestra members positioned their music on the stand, found a comfortable position in their seats, and then sat still. The conductor waited and watched until everyone was ready. Then, with a downbeat of […]

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A Special Birth – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for December 14, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by: Dave Branon. ************************* In the pages of Scripture, several baby-boy births stand out. Cain, the firstborn after creation. Isaac, the hope of Israel’s future. Samuel, the answer to a mother’s fervent prayer. All extremely important. All joyously expected. And all described exactly the same by the chroniclers of Scripture: In each case, we are told that the mother conceived and bore a son (Gen. 4:1; 21:2-3; 1 Sam. 1:20). Now consider one more baby boy’s birth. The description […]

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Johnny’s Race – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for December 7, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by: Dave Branon. ************************** When 19-year-old Johnny Agar finished the 5k race, he had a lot of people behind him—family members and friends who were celebrating his accomplishment. Johnny has cerebral palsy, which makes physical activity difficult. But he and his dad, Jeff, have teamed up to compete in many races—Dad pushing and Johnny riding. But one day, Johnny wanted to finish by himself. Halfway through the race, his dad took him out of his cart, helped him to […]

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For Sale – “As Is” – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for November 30, 2014, “Our Daily Bread” by: David C. McCasland. *********************** A house listed for sale “As Is” usually means the seller is unable or unwilling to spend any money to repair it or make it attractive. Any necessary repairs or desired improvements are the responsibility of the buyer after the purchase is complete. “As Is” on a real estate listing is equivalent to saying, “Buyer beware. Home may require significant further investment.” How remarkable that when Jesus died, He paid the highest price for […]

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