Some men die by shrapnel, Some go down in flames. But most men perish inch by inch playing little games.
In one of his booklets, Adrian Rogers tells of some gold prospectors who discovered an exceptionally rich mine. One of them said, “Hey, we’ve got it made as long as we don’t tell anybody else before we stake our claims.” So they each vowed to keep the secret. Because they had to have more tools
Two families lived on adjoining farms in the hills of Kentucky. They had been quarreling for years. The feud started when Grandfather Smith’s cow jumped over a stone fence and got into Grandfather Brown’s corn. Grandfather Brown shot the cow. In retaliation for shooting their cow, one of the Smith boys shot and killed two of the
I recently heard of a man who enjoyed perfect health; his heart and blood pressure were fine. then one day his father died. From that moment on there was a prolonged dispute between this man and his sister over the estate. The dispute finally ended in court, where the sister won. The man could not get over this. He couldn’t
An outdoor magazine had a picture of two huge, beautiful trophy mule deer that had died horrible deaths. The deer were powerful, majestic animals—the kind every hunter dreams about. In spite of their enormous size, tremendous strength and mystifying speed they died miserably. The two deer had gotten into a fight, locked horns and could not get free. They
Dr. Jerry Vines, Pastor Emeritus, First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Florida, shares the following in his sermon titled “The Church’s Main Business”: “I read an interesting article about the head coaches at the University of Georgia and Florida State—Mark Richt and Bobby Bowden. Richt, who is a fine young Christian coach, told about how when he