Tag Archives: judgment

How We Treat God

Someone once said that we treat God like we treat a policeman. When we are driving 70 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone, we don’t want to see a policeman. But when someone is breaking into our house … Continue reading

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Dead Skunk In the Middle of the Road

For years I have noticed that there seem to be more dead skunks on the road this time of year. I had a suspicion that it had something to do with mating season. So I looked it up and, sure … Continue reading

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Can’t Get Away

Ray Larson has announced that he is retiring after nearly 32 years as Fayette County (Kentucky) Commonwealth’s Attorney. The chief prosecutor began working in the position on January 2, 1985. His last day will be September 30. Larson joked that … Continue reading

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Just In Case He Asks

Most people believe that we will have to stand before God someday and give an account for how we lived our lives. This is true. Hebrews 9:27 says that “….People are destined to die once, and after that to face … Continue reading

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Scary Sermon

When Paul was being held for trial in Acts 24, he had an opportunity to speak to the governor, Felix. Verse 25 says, “As Paul discoursed on righteousness, self-control and the judgment to come, Felix was afraid and said, “That’s … Continue reading

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The Captain

Bob Russell likes to tell the following story. I hope it blesses you. An old, experienced fisherman was sitting on the bank of the Ohio River years ago, hoping for some action on the end of his line. A young … Continue reading

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The Story Unfolds

They did it with Star Wars, so we shouldn’t be surprised that Star Trek followed the same path. I’m talking about making prequels. The original stories were so popular, it was decided that we needed to know what happened before. … Continue reading

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Next!

According to Zsa Zsa Gabor’s publicist, John Blanchette, the famous actress became so upset over the recent death of her friend, Elizabeth Taylor, that she had to be sent to the hospital because of her high blood pressure. Gabor, 94, … Continue reading

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The Last Appointment

Michael Douglas Hollywood icon Michael Douglas was diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer last month. The Oscar-winning actor is undergoing a grueling round of treatments which include chemotherapy and radiation. Douglas has a positive attitude and says that he likes … Continue reading

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The Scariest Paragraph in the Bible

I think that the scariest paragraph in the Bible is found in Hebrews 10:26-31. It talks about the wrath of God that will come upon those who deliberately keep sinning against him. It speaks of vengeance, judgment and raging fire. … Continue reading

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