Little Things Mean A Lot (11 of 13) by Steve Wagers

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Little Things Mean A Lot (11 of 13)
Series: A Closer Look at the Book Ecclesiastes
Steve N. Wagers
Ecclesiastes 10
October 23, 2005

Sermon Outline
1. The DAMAGE a Little THING can CREATE!
A) A Sweetness that is Polluted!
B) A Sadness that is Promoted!
A) The Poison Our Words can Inject!
B) The Peril Our Words can Inflict!
3. The DECAY a Little TOIL can CONSUMMATE!
A) Foolish Leadership!
B) Foolish Labor!

1. An unknown poet wrote:

Little stones make big mountains,
Little steps can cover miles,
Little acts of loving-kindness
Give the world it's biggest smiles...

Little words can soothe big troubles
Little hugs can dry big tears,
Little candles light the darkness,
Little memories last for years...

Little dreams can lead to greatness,
Little victories to success
It's the little things in life
That brings the greatest happiness.

2. I recently came across the lyrics of a popular song by Great Charlotte. The chorus goes:
The little things,
little things they always hang around
The little things
little things they try to break me down
The little things
little things they just wont go away
The little things
little things made me who I am today

3. I came across something this week that spoke volumes to my heart. It read:
"Let it never be forgotten that glamour is not greatness; applause is not fame; prominence is not eminence. The man of the hour is not apt to be the man of the ages. A stone may sparkle, but that does not make it a diamond; people may have money, but that does not make them a success. It is what the unimportant people do that really counts and determines the course of history. The greatest forces in the universe are never spectacular. Summer showers are more effective than hurricanes, but they get no publicity. The world would soon die but for the fidelity, loyalty, and consecration of those whose names are unhonored and unsung."

4. We are a gen ...

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