Each Chaplain Gave Up His Life Jacket
Boarding the SS Dorchester on a dreary winter day in 1943 were 903 troops and four chaplains, including Moody alumnus Lt. George Fox. World War II was in full swing, and the ship was headed across the icy North Atlantic where German U-boats lurked. At 12:00 on the morning of February 3, a German torpedo ripped into the ship. Shes going down! the men cried, scrambling for lifeboats.
Each His Own Way
Two ministers, given to arguing about their respective faiths, were in a very heated discussion. "That's all right," said one calmly. "We'll just agree to disagree. After all, we're both doing the Lord's work-you in your way and I in His." Too many of us are tempted to feel and act that way. This type of behavior often is a manifestation of the attitude that we know in full, that
Each His Part
"I did," said the sticks. "I did," said the paper. "I did," said the boy. "No, I did," said the wind. But they all flew the kite together. If the sticks had broken, the tail caught in a tree, the paper torn or the wind was lulled, the kite would have come down. Each had a part to play.
The application is inescapable. We each have a work to do. If the work of the Lord is to be a success, then every
Each Year I Get Better
Each year I dont play I get better! said Joe Garagiola. The first year on the banquet trail I was a former ballplayer, the second year I was great, the third year one of baseballs stars, and just last year I was introduced as one of baseballs immortals. The older I get, the more I realize that the worst break I had was playing.
Eagle Acted Like a Chicken
The Scottish preacher John McNeill liked to tell about an eagle that had been captured when it was quite young. The farmer who snared the bird put a restraint on it so it couldnt fly, and then he turned it loose to roam in the barnyard. It wasnt long till the eagle began to act like the chickens, scratching and pecking at the ground. This bird that once soared high in the heavens seemed
Though many of us have seen pictures of a huge eagles nest high in the branches of a tree or in the crag of a cliff, few of us have gotten a glimpse inside. When a mother eagle builds her nest she starts with thorns, broken branches, sharp rocks, and a number of other items that seem entirely unsuitable for the project. But then she lines the nest with a thick padding of wool, feathers, and
Early Childhood: An Enemy Stronghold
Is Satan actually interested in the childhood years? After all, children from birth to six could not be any real threat to him and his forces of darkness. Or could they?
Scripture tells us that Timothy, while still young enough to have to be fed, dressed and carried, knew the Holy Scriptures (2Ti 3:15). He had an experiential knowledge of them; they meant something to him. Samuel's heart was already
Early Days of the Salvation Army
During the early days of the Salvation Army, William Booth and his associates were bitterly attacked in the press by religious leaders and government leaders alike. Whenever his son, Bramwell, showed Booth a newspaper attack, the General would reply, Bramwell, fifty years hence it will matter very little indeed how these people treated us; it will matter a great deal how we dealt with the work
Early or Late
One Sunday morning, the pastor noticed little Alex was staring up at the large plaque that hung in the foyer of the church. The seven-year-old had been staring at the plaque for some time, so the pastor walked up, stood beside the boy, and said quietly, "Good morning Alex."
"Good morning pastor" replied the young lad, focused on the plaque. "Pastor McGhee, what is this?" Alex asked.
A man stopped by his bank to cash a check. Just as he got into the lobby, another man with a large bag came running past him, apparently heading for the exit. Then the bank security guard came dashing by, followed by several bank employees. The security guard tackled the man with the bag, handcuffed him and hauled him back into the bank.
The man who had gone in to cash his check was shaking like
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
the Second Week after Easter