Sermon Illustrations about September 11 (2001)

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God Amidst the Ruins

Circumstances may appear to wreck our lives and Gods plans, but God is not helpless among the ruins. Our broken lives are not lost or useless. God's love ...

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Rosie O'Donnell Changed by Columbine

Rosie O'Donnell, in a McCall's interview, responded to the question "What do you teach your kids?" with these words:

Love, kindness, compassion. I think ...

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Jesus Weeps with Us

In Either Way, I Win: God's Hope for Difficult Times, Lois Walfrid Johnson writes about visiting Oklahoma City, a city that was changed forever by the ...

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Love Your Enemies

In his recent book How Small a Whisper, Roger Carswell relates an amazing story of a Christian family's response to tragedy:

In May 1987, 39 American ...

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"Cast Away": Living with Purpose

In the movie Cast Away, Chuck Noland, a FedEx systems troubleshooter, played by Tom Hanks, is stranded on a South Pacific island, the sole survivor of ...

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Don Moen Faces Tragedy

Thousands of Christians in North America sing Don Moen's praise song, God Will Make a Way, which affirms God's sovereign involvement in our lives. Most ...

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For Christ and His Kingdom

The week before September 11, 2001, America's "Tuesday of Terror," 32-year-old Todd Beamer and his wife, Lisa, had spent a romantic getaway in Italy. ...

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Pulled from Ground Zero Alive

Genelle Guzman, 31, was an office manager who worked on the 64th floor of Tower 1 of the World Trade Center. Time reports that after the terrorist attacks ...

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Max Lucado's Prayer in Aftermath of Terrorism

At the September 15, 2001, satellite broadcast of "America Prays," author Max Lucado read the following prayer that he wrote in response to the September ...

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Cost of Terrorist Attack

The terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, has cost Americans more than can ever be counted. But by late September, some of those costs were already ...

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