|Main : Religions & Spirituality : FaithAs Brave as Her (by: Michael Peterson)|
Would I have been as brave as her,
When her young life was taken in a blur?
"I believe in Jesus" was her cry,
as wicked bullets began to fly.
Beauty For Ashes (by: Gloria Sanders)
I went through a period of my life where I wasn't sure exactly where I fit in. My parents were divorced when I was a little girl. No one could fully explain the who, why or when to me.
Believing (by: Author Unknown)
A young man who had been raised as an atheist was training to be an Olympic diver. The only religious influence in his life came from his outspoken Christian friend. The young diver never really paid much attention to his friend's sermons, but he heard them often.
Bridge, The (by: Author Unknown)
There was once a bridge which spanned a large river. During most of the day the bridge sat with its length running up and down the river paralleled with the banks, allowing ships to pass thru freely on both sides of the bridge.
Cassie Bernall (by: Tom LeClerc)
Cassie will be remembered for saying only one word -- a word that will be used forever to illustrate the courage and compassion of a young girl confronted with a choice between love and hate, good and evil.
Daddy Is Driving (by: Author Unknown)
A speaker (Dr. Wan) has once shared his experience: While his family and he were in Europe, there was once that they need to drive 3 days continuously, day and night, to get to Germany. So, they all got into the car -- he, his wife, and his 3 years old daughter.
Empty Chair, The (by: Author Unknown)
A man's daughter had asked the local pastor to come and pray with her father. When the pastor arrived, he found the man lying in bed with his head propped up on two pillows and an empty chair beside his bed.
God Help (by: Author Unknown)
A man named Jack was walking along a steep cliff one day when he accidentally got too close to the edge and fell. On the way down he grabbed a branch, which temporarily stopped his fall.
I Wish You Faith (by: James N Watkins)
I wish you truth for your decisions,
I wish you doubts to make you sure,
I wish you fear to give you caution,
I wish you courage to keep you pure,
Keep Your Fork (by: Roger William Thomas)
The sound of Martha's voice on the other end of the telephone always brought a smile to Brother Jim's face. She was not only one of the oldest members of the congregation, but one of the most faithful. Aunt Martie, as all the children called her, just seemed to ooze faith, hope and love wherever she went.
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