Sentence Sermons

  • Jesus is the only fountain who can satisfy the thirsty soul.
  • Spoiled children are given what they want; wise parents give them what they need.
  • God is never inconvenienced by our prayers.
  • No one ever grows fat on excuses, but everybody gets fed up with them.
  • If a sermon pricks the conscience, it has some good points.
  • If some men grew physically at the rate they grow spiritually, they would spend their lives in a play-pen.
  • The mind is like a parachute; it doesn’t work properly unless it is open.
  • Some “Christians” are like lightning bugs- they keep going on and off.
  • The one thing worse than a quitter is the man who is afraid to begin.
  • One who speaks of heaven is not likely to go there.
 
  • A beautiful heart more than offsets the handicap of a homely face.
  • The heart of education is the education of the heart.
  • Some people are like rocking chairs–full of motion, but they make no progress.
  • Don’t put a question mark where God puts a period.
  • Bad habits are like a comfortable bed; easy to get into, but hard to get out of.
  • Plastic surgeons can do almost anything with a nose, except keep it out of other people’s business.
  • The most destructive acid in the world is found in a sour disposition.
  • A Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to a person who isn’t!
  • Bible mathematics: We do not add to the Bible nor subtract from it, but rightly divide it.
  • The Bible will keep you from sin, or sin will keep you from the Bible.
 
  • Do not regret growing old; it is a privilege many do not have.
  • If as a Christian, you are too busy to pray, you are too busy.
  • It is better to be despised for doing right than praised for doing wrong.
  • If a man’s conscience is as comfortable as his mattress, he should have no trouble getting a good night’s sleep.
  • A weak mind is like a microscope which magnifies trifling things, but cannot receive great things.
  • When success turns a man’s head, it always leaves him looking in the wrong direction.
  • Forbidden “fruit” is responsible for any a bad “jam.”
  • Clean living takes a lot more than soap and detergents.
  •  A mule can’t kick while he’s pulling and can’t pull while he’s kicking.
  • What a world of gossip would be prevented if it were only remembered that a person who tells you of the fault of others, intends to tell others of your faults.