Sentence Sermons

  • The pleasures of youth often make the pains of old age.
  • If you marry a child of the Devil, you will have trouble with your father-in-law.
  • Before you flare up at anyone’s faults, take time to count ten – ten of your own faults.
  • Criticism is something one can avoid by saying nothing, doing nothing and BELIEVING¬†NOTHING.
  • A mistake is evidence that someone has tried to do something.
  • Money does more to a man than it does for
  • If some preachers tried as hard to save men as they do to please them, there would be fewer empty meeting houses and lost souls.
  • Since your life is your message, what message are you sending?
  • You can never ascertain your real wealth by consulting your bank account.
  • Many people borrow trouble and return it with interest. ¬†