By Pastor Sharon Little/East Linda Pentecostal Church of God
II Corinthians 3:15-17 talks about the heart of man. Jesus taught about heart sins. His main point was in the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaketh, then He states where your treasure is, is where the heart will be.
Many people have their heart... Full story
A teacher was teaching a class of teenagers when one of them said, "I don't like cops." The teacher said, "They're called police or peace officers." The teacher surmised the boys didn't live in a very peaceful environment, which was confirmed by thei... Full story
By Peter Hall/Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Many, many years ago, the story was told of a celebrated actor/orator who was doing a reading, as such people used to do, in a theater in New York. He was very eloquent and dramatic in his delivery, and the audience gave him a standing ovation for hi... Full story
Down through history, people have always tried to build wondrous things that they thought would last forever. Around the time of Jesus, people acknowledged the Seven Wonders of the World. Three of these were the pyramids in Egypt; the great and beaut... Full story
The Jewish world has just emerged from its week-long celebration of Passover. In its essence, this holy time is about liberation for the purpose of worshipping God. It is often misunderstood as simply being about liberation, but when one reviews the ... Full story
Much of the world is once again about to celebrate the central, miraculous claim of the Christian faith: the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth in the 1st century in the vicinity of Jerusalem. Is this the perpetuation of ancient imaginations and legen... Full story
Every human being, without exception, is born with the imputation of Adam's sin. Everyone is born in union with Adam, identified with him, and thus mankind's common problem is its connection with Adam.
It's not just the truth that everyone has the p... Full story
One of the more famous stories in the Bible is often referred to as the parable of the prodigal son. Jesus tells of a younger brother who asks for his share of the inheritance and gets it, and then leaves home and squanders his wealth in "wild living... Full story
How many times have you been asked in your life “What’s your name?” Certainly, more times than you can count. Have you ever been asked or told that “you should live up to your name”? Usually, that is in the context of wh... Full story
As we prepare for Easter, we are considering the holes in our life we need God to fill; things that prevent us from experiencing Christ fully in our lives and what God does to fill the hole. This week we are looking at boundaries.
I realize in my re... Full story