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Long may it continue: skin on skin sleeping has a lovely intimacy about it, and I intend to enjoy it for as long as I can avoid the inevitable slide into flannelette.
It's been said that the three guiding principles of effective preaching can be found in the three "I"s -- "Illustrate, Illustrate, Illustrate." Clergy of virtually every theological background recognize the need to include powerful sermon illustrations in their Sunday messages. One day, he stopped to watch men doing stone work on a huge church. The worker responded, "Do you see that [...]A little boy went to the corner grocery store and asked for a box of detergent. "Well, son, this is a heavy duty detergent and it's pretty strong for washing a dog." "That's what I want! So he sold the boy the detergent and said, "Now be very careful. Peter and Satan were having an argument one day about baseball.
Said one well-known preacher, "Few words are as welcome to the people in the pew as, "Let me tell you a story." We invite you to browse or search our database of 16,311 powerful Sermon illustrations! One of them was chiseling a triangular piece of rock. The clerk said, "Son, what do you need the detergent for? With a suspicious grin, Satan proposed a game (to be played on neutral grounds) between a select team from heaven and a hand-picked team from his "hometown" turf.
Other than that, I’ve no complaints — although house guests do risk a horrible shock should they bump into either of us on the landing in the middle of the night.
Marilyn Monroe may have famously been content with a spritz of Chanel No 5 for nightwear, but she never lived in north Manchester: a place where miserable, chilly, damp weather is Mother Nature’s default position.