Sentence Sermons

  • Calling attention to the faults of others never rid us of our faults.
  • Some people, like tea, never know their real strength until they get into hot water.
  • The influence of affluence is very dangerous. We should be sober and take heed.
  • Hypocrites claim to really be concerned and care while taking advantage of others.
  • Every minute of life that is lost is gone forever. Use your time wisely.
  • The man who gets too hot cooks his own goose.
  • Everyone is wise until he speaks.
  • Following the line of least resistance is what makes rivers and men crooked.
  • Killing time is a slow method of committing suicide.

 

  • Paul says the church is the pillar of the truth, but many members have never noticed the spelling of the word, thinking it is PILLOW.
  • Pride is to character what the attic is to the house — the highest part and generally the most empty.

 

  • To be angry with a weak man is proof you are not very strong yourself.

  • Today is the harvest of yesterdays sowings.  Tomorrow will be harvest of today.

  • The best ammunition misses the mark if the aim is bad.

  • Some people want religion simply as a kind of fire escape.

  • The only difference between a grave and a rut is the dimensions.

  • Blessed is the man who refrains from speaking until he knows what he is talking about.