Illustrations on fear

Illustrations on fear Fear Statistics: Fear and worry statistics from National Institute of Mental Health, Sep. 4, 2016: Percentage of things feared that will never take place: 60% Percentage of things feared that are considered to be insignificant for you: 90% Percentage of things feared in relation to health that will never happen: 88%. So why fear? Fear, Cause of death: A few years ago, a 7-year-old boy was accidentally shot to death by his younger brother. His mother, a single parent working two jobs to Continue reading →

Secret of success Illustration

It’s about a man who wanted to know the secret of success, and decided to find out from a Guru. Now this was a wise, old sage who knew every secret of Life. He lived in splendid isolation on a mountain-top. Our hero set out on his difficult journey to meet this wise man. He was determined to reach the top, and so he got over many obstacles on his way. Fighting through thick forests, scaling huge boulders, escaping from wild beasts, at last he Continue reading →

Hard work illustration

Once two friends called Tom and Sam came to a city to earn money. They went to a rich merchant for a job. The merchant gave each of them a cane basket and pointing towards a well in his garden said, “Take these baskets and draw water from the well till dusk.” Tom thought it foolish to draw water in a cane basket. So, he slept. On the other hand, Sam kept working. After few hours, when he drew the basket up, he saw some Continue reading →

Illustration on trials

Back in 1921, a missionary couple named David Flood and his wife went from Sweden to the heart of Africa – Congo. They met up with another Scandinavian couple, the Ericksons, & soon the 4 of them felt led by the Lord to move out of the central mission station in Congo and take the gospel to one of the more remote areas of Congo. At the village of N’dolera they were refused by the chief, who would not let them enter his village for Continue reading →

Mother’s day Illustration

An elementary teacher was teaching her children about magnets & how they work. She showed them that by moving the magnet close to metal objects, it would pull them & even be powerful enough to pick them up. After she had finished the lesson, she decided to see how well they had learned about magnets. So she said, “I have a question for you. My name begins with ‘M’ & has 6 letters & I pick things up. Who am I?” To her surprise, more Continue reading →

Illustration on temptation

Click for jokes on temptation Illustration on temptation 1 In the Australian bush country grows a little plant called the “sundew.” It has a slender stem and tiny, round leaves fringed with hairs that glisten with bright drops of liquid as delicate as fine dew. Woe to the insect, however, that dares to dance on it. Although its attractive clusters of red, white, and pink blossoms are harmless, the leaves are deadly. The shiny moisture on each leaf is sticky and will imprison any bug Continue reading →

Treasure in Heaven Illustration

It’s like when I came back from Brazil. I received some Brazilian currency (reals) for my expense there but I carried some coins back with me. Now those reals are useless here, I cannot even buy a pack of chewing gum with them. That currency is not accepted here but rather must be exchanged into an acceptable currency. It is the same in heaven. All the money we have acquired or spent on ourselves has no value. In heaven the only currency that counts is Continue reading →

Tithe Illustration

A trailer load of Tropicana Orange Juice was dropped off at the cafeteria of a Bible college every week. The students wondered how a low-cost Bible College could afford so much expensive juice. One morning in chapel, an older Italian man in broken English, gave his testimony. He said he had come to the US from Italy in the 20’s as a young teenager, with nothing but the clothes on his back. A Christian couple befriended him and through their love he came to know Continue reading →

Rapture Illustration – A boy with no legs.

There was a boy with no legs. He would push himself along the streets on a platform with wheels someone made for him. One day a man saw him waiting at the bus stop and wondered how he would board the bus when it came. As the bus came and the door opened, the boy lifted his hands up in the air, and the bus conductor reached down and lifted him up onto the bus. Amen!-Jesus will lift us up the same way with his Continue reading →

Salvation Illustration

Dale Earnhardt, “The Intimidator,” was approaching the last turn of the last lap of the Daytona 500 when his car was sent head-on into the wall at 180 mph. An autopsy revealed that he died from the force of his head whipping back and forth on his neck, and by the force of his chin hitting the steering wheel. It has been suggested by some that had he been wearing a device designed to support the head and neck in a collision, he may have Continue reading →