Search ResultsI Gave Up Gossip for Lent Dena Dyer shares her experience of giving up gossiping for lent, what it taught her about spiritual disciplines, and how it prepared her to be wowed by the resurrection story again.
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See more hymns... Ahab and Jezebel murder Naboth to get his property Abuse of power requires the complicity of others who would rather tolerate injustice, even murder, than risk their own safety for the sake of their neighbors. This Theology of Work Project piece explores 1 Kings 21. | Man Murders Former Classmate after Holding 50-Year Grudge An illustration by Matt Woodley about a man who carried a petty grudge for fifty years and eventually committed murder over it. Appropriate for Psalm 37:8; Ecclesiastes 7:9; Matthew 5:22, etc. | | Murdered Florida Priest Appeals For Killer From Beyond The Grave In this sermon illustration highlighting themes of forgiveness and loving enemies, a man asking for forgiveness for his killer demonstrates Christ's last words on the cross in which he prayed for God to forgive humankind. | | Adam Works the Earth and Cain Murders His Brother Abel Expelled from the Garden of Eden, Adam must labor for his provision. Cain, Adam’s son, murders his brother Abel out of envy for the favor God showed toward Abel for his sacrifice | | Man Finally Finds Meaning in his Father's Murder An illustration by Randy Alcorn tells the story of a man who found the meaning of his father's murder, appropriate for Isaiah 40:12-14, Job 42:1-6, and Psalm 139:1-6. | | Cain Kills Abel Cain (right) murders Abel in a fit of jealousy after God prefers his brother’s offering to his own. Engraving by Martin Bernigeroth (1670-1733) after the design of Samuel Bottschild (1641-1707) | | Oldest Human Corpse Was a Murder Victim This sermon illustration tells the story of the murder of the oldest corpse ever found. It focuses on the human propensity towards sin, relating to Matthew 5:9, Isaiah 2:4, Psalm 46:9, and other similar passages. | | Parable of the Tenants The wicked tenants refuse to give the landowner his produce, beat his slaves, and then murder his son. Engraving by Martin Bernigeroth (1670-1733) after the design of Samuel Bottschild (1641-1707) | |