Since we have to eat, let's make the most of our meal times.
When I think about listening to God, one of the things I sometimes fear is that He might call me to do something.
What does "remembering the Sabbath" look like for Christians, today?
Although the old hymn, "Sweet Hour of Prayer", probably wasn't talking about a literal hour, we can still give God some of our undivided attention in prayer.
Not every opportunity demands our action, but many of them give us chances to make a difference.
When we are tempted to sin, even by learning what sin is, we can't just drive out bad thoughts. Something else needs to take their place.
Sometimes, we just need to go back to what we know how to do. Who knows - like Peter, we might meet Jesus.
OK, so I'm not trying to get you in trouble with anyone, but love is something we should show - to many different people in our lives - every day.
Even though God is with us all of the time, we sometimes need a reminder (or to remind someone else) of this fact.
Talking to the Creator of the universe is a pretty big deal, and it is only possible because He reached out to allow it to happen.
What if our "daily bread" wasn't just something we talked about, but literal bread - of which we only had one days' supply?
Tucked away in the book of Acts is a testimony to some people who heard the good news about Jesus, and neither dismissed it out of hand, nor accepted what they were told without question.