From Our Founder
From Our Founder...J. Harold Smith:
♦ It costs more these days to amuse a child than it did to educate his grandfather.
♦ Some folks are like tea kettles, they can sing even though they are in hot water up to their nose.
♦ Every step you take toward Jesus crushes a doubt.
♦ A lot of kneeling keeps you in good standing with God.
♦ A shady business is never on the sunny side of the street.
♦ Even if you are on the right track, you will be run over if you just sit there.
♦ Education will broaden a narrow mind, and strengthen a weak mind, but there is no cure for a big head.
♦ So, you are being criticized! You have either done something worth while, or refrained from doing something foolish.
♦ If you are losing sight of the future, climb up the stairs of Revelation and get a glimpse of Heaven.
♦ When in doubt, try to calculate how much greater the other fellow's troubles are than your own.
“My grace is sufficient for thee.” (II Corinthians 12:9
This is not a promise; it is a fact, an unchangeable, unmovable fact! God’s “grace is sufficient for thee” whether you believe it or not. There was always “bread enough and to spare” in the Father’s house, even when the prodigal was in a far country. There was always enough to spare, the prodigal son only had to go and share it.
God’s grace is always sufficient; God Himself has declared it to be so.
“He giveth more grace when the burdens grow greater,
He sendeth more strength when the labors increase,
To added affliction, He addeth His mercy,
To multiplied Trials, His multiplied grace.”