Tag Archives: Jesus died to pay for our sins

Motivation

There is a story told about a frog that fell into a pothole. No matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t jump high enough to get out. His friends encouraged him, but he still could not muster up the strength … Continue reading

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Best Way to Remember

In one of our recent worship services, our church passed out nails to everyone in attendance. These nails, while probably smaller than the ones used to crucify Jesus, were shaped much like the ones the Roman soldiers may have used … Continue reading

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Changed Forever

Abraham Zapruder would never forget what happened on November 22, 1963. Zapruder was excited about President Kennedy’s visit to Dallas that day, and he took his movie camera with him to record the president’s motorcade as it went past. Little … Continue reading

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Saved from the Snake

A 10-pound Chihuahua/Poodle mix saved a little girl from being bitten by a rattlesnake earlier this week. Maya Delarosa was making mud pies with her little sister in Hueco Tanks, Texas, when a rattlesnake struck. Their dog, Psycho, intervened and … Continue reading

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How Forgetful We Are

My grandmother, Alice Cox, lived directly across the road from the little country church she attended. It was her job to prepare communion each Sunday. She would fill the cups with juice and the trays with bread at her house … Continue reading

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