Daily Archives April 4, 2015

How Rich Are We?

One day a father and his rich family took his son on a trip to the country with the firm purpose to show him how poor people can be.

They spent a day and a night on the farm of a very poor family. When they got back from their trip, the father asked his son, \”How was the trip?\”

\”Very good Dad!\”

\”Did you see how poor people can be?\” the father asked.


\”And what did you learn?\”

The son answered, \”I saw that we have a dog at home, and they have four. We have a pool that reaches to the middle of the garden; they have a creek that has no end. We have imported lamps in the garden; they have the stars.

Our patio reaches to the front yard; they have a whole horizon.\”

When the little boy was finished, his father was speechless.

His son added, \”Thanks, Dad, for showing me how \’p...

The Perfect Mistake

My Mother\’s father worked as a carpenter. On this particular day, he was building some crates for the clothes his church was sending to orphanages in China. On his way home, he reached into his shirt pocket to find his glasses, but they were gone. When he mentally replayed his earlier actions, he realized what had happened; the glasses had slipped out of his pocket unnoticed and fallen into one of the crates, which he had nailed shut. His brand new glasses were heading for China!

The Great Depression was at its height and Grandpa had six children. He had spent $20 for those glasses that very morning. He was really upset by the thought of having to buy another pair. \”It\’s not fair,\” he told God as he drove home in frustration...

The Thief Who Was Robbed

\”Be sure your sin will find you out.\” Moses (Numbers 32:23)

The incident took place back in 1887 in a small neighborhood grocery store when a middle-aged gentleman, Emanuel Nenger, gave the assistant a $20 note to pay for the turnip greens he was purchasing. When the assistant placed the note in the cash drawer she noticed that some of the ink from the $20 came off on her hands which were wet from wrapping the turnip greens.

She\’d known Mr. Nenger for years and was shocked. She pondered, \”Is this man giving me a counterfeit $20 note?\” She dismissed the thought immediately and gave him his change...

God Is Like…

A fifth grade teacher in a Christian school asked her class to look at TV commercials and see if they could use them in some way to communicate ideas about God. Here are some of the results:

God is like BAYER ASPIRIN — He works miracles. God is like a FORD — He\’s got a better idea.
God is like COKE — He\’s the real thing.
God is like HALLMARK CARDS — He cares enough to send His very best.
God is like TIDE — He gets the stains out that others leave behind.
God is like GENERAL ELECTRIC — He brings good things to life.
God is like SEARS — He has everything.
God is like ALKA-SELTZER — Try him, you\’ll like Him.
God is like SCOTCH TAPE — You can\’t see him, but you know He\’s there.
God is like DELTA — He\’s ready when you are.
God is like ALLSTATE — You\’re in good hands with Him.
God is lik...