Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. 2 Tim. 2:15

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Food For Thought


You Are Worth More Than You Think:

If You Are Not Prepared To Die: 

Don't - Ride in or get in the way of automobiles, as they are the cause of over 20% of all accidents.

Don't - Stay at home, as over 17% of all accidents happen inside the home. If you must be at home, stay outside; because only 8.5% of all accidents occur around the outside of the house.

Don't - Walk on the street if you can avoid it, as 14% of all accidents occur to pedestrians.

Don't - Travel by air, rail or water, because 6% of all accidents are the result of traveling.

Don't - Indulge in sports or recreation under any circumstances, for nearly 20% of all accidents result from this cause.

Don't - Do anything or go anywhere, for the remaining 14.5% are miscellaneous accidents.

"Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved" (Acts 16:31)
Being saved will prepare you do die anywhere, anytime.


Often The Answer Does Not Correspond To The Petition:

A little boy saying his nightly prayers was heard to pray: "Please God, make Boulder the capitol of Colorado." His mother was quite surprised and questioned with amazement, "Why do you ask that?" Because, "the lad explained, "that's what I put down on my examination paper today!"

We smile at the ridiculous prayer of this youngster, but as adults we often are just as guilty when we selfishly request unscriptural things to cover our own negligence.

Prayer is not a "magic wand" to be waved indiscriminately but a sacred privilege to be exercised within the bounds of the Word. Today, with the disciples of old, let us make the request, "Lord, teach us to pray!" - H.G. Bosch


All Graves Are not Six Feet:

When the pastor or your church makes an announcement that a member or friend has passed away, you probably automatically think of the little old grandmother who sits near the front. Perhaps you think of one of the older gentlemen in the congregation who has been ill and in the hospital for a long time.

Maybe you remember someone who has been listed on the prayer list on Wednesday evenings. Or you could think of someone who was involved in a terrible accident and died quite suddenly. You may have had a relative go home to Heaven and you attended his funeral!

When we think of death, we generally think of aged people. Folks come to mind who have raised their families and lived long, full lives. But sad to say, many young people just your age die for one reason or another and go to Heaven - or Hell! Have you ever given any thought to that?

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