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Name of God

The story is told that after Helen Keller’s teacher, Anne Sullivan, had given her the names of physical objects in sign language, Miss Sullivan attempted to explain God and tapped out the symbols for the name “God.”

Much to Miss Sullivan’s surprise, Helen spelled back, “Thank you for telling me God’s name, Teacher, for he has touched me many times before.” Helen…

Name that Proverb

1. Fix something right away or it will get worse.

2. An overabundance of culinary help is detrimental to the pot’s contents.

3. Just because something is shiny, doesn’t mean its a precious metal.

4. That which pleases the eye doesn’t go beyond the epidermis.

5. The capital of Italy was constructed over a long period of time.

6. There comes a time when your canine…

Names for Christ

There are two hundred and fifty-six names given in the Bible for the Lord Jesus Christ, and I suppose this was because He was infinitely beyond all that any one name could express.

Names Jesus Called the Scribes and Pharisees

1. Ye blind guides (Matt. 23:16).

2. Ye fools (Matt. 23:17).

3. Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees…for ye are like whited supulchres…full of dead men’s bones, and of all uncleanness (Matt. 23:27).

4. Ye serpents (Matt. 23:33).

5. Ye generation of vipers (Matt. 23:33).

6. Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! (Luke 11:44).

7. Ye are as graves which…

Names of Jesus

Alpha and Omega (Rev. 1:8)

Lion of Judah (Rev. 5:5)

Anointed One (Ps. 2:2)

Lord of Lords (Rev. 19:16)

Author of Life (Acts 3:15)

Mighty God (Isa. 9:6)

Branch (Zech. 6:12)

Nazarene (Matt. 2:23)

Bright and Morning Star (Rev. 22:16)

Prince of Peace (Isa. 9:6)

Christ (Matt. 1:16)

Rabbi (John 1:38)

Daystar ( 2 Pet. 1:19)

Root…

Naming a Ship

Back in 1934, when the Cunard line was getting ready to name its greatest ocean liner, the consensus was that it should be named after Queen Elizabeth I. A high official is reported to have had an audience with King George V. “We would like to name the ship after England’s greatest queen,” he told the king. “Well,” said King George, “I shall have to ask her.” The…

Naming an Oceanliner

Back in 1934, when the Cunard line was getting ready to name its greatest ocean liner, the consensus was that it should be named after Queen Elizabeth I. A high official is reported to have had an audience with King George V. “We would like to name the ship after England’s greatest queen,” he told the king. “Well,” said King George, “I shall have to ask her.” The…

Nanook of the North

As a young man, film director Robert Flaherty spent many months in the far north looking for iron ore and gold. He found neither, but he did shoot 70,000 feet of film in his travels. Someone encouraged him to edit the film and make a documentary, which Flaherty spent weeks doing. But just as he finished, a match from his cigarette dropped among the celluloid, consuming the entire film and burning…

Napolean's Question

As Napolean was blazing his trail to the throne, he sought to conquer Egypt. Along with him as assistants he had some of the best engineers and scientists of France. It was natural they should talk about the land of the Nile and the part religion had played in its history. They agreed that religion had colored and carved the history of Egypt, but that all religion was only legend and humbug. It couldn't…

Napoleon

I never worry about what I will do if I win a battle, but I always know exactly what I will do if I lose one. - Napoleon


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Monday, May 29th, 2017
the Seventh Week after Easter
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