God has the means to get your attention without your consent, but it's much easier to choose to listen to Him.
Following Jesus is rewarding, but it is not without a cost. Let us continue our investment with dedication and perseverance.
The path to life is narrow, and Jesus is the only way. However, upon accepting Him, we have great freedom and liberty to love and to serve both God and others.
Even when we feel alone, Jesus is always with us.
We make decisions - large and small - every day. Is our faith strong enough to make the right decisions when it is difficult, but also most important?
While the right thing is always the right thing, sometimes we need to listen a little to be sure we're following the right plan.
We are invited to make requests of God. If one of those requests is for His wisdom, I believe that we can better align what we ask for with His will.
If you struggle with feeling that your faith, actions, or spirituality aren't good enough, you're not alone. Rather than relying on our own limited abilities, let's be willing to ask for help.
When Jesus was on earth, many people wanted to see him. Removed from His time on earth by several centuries, what can we see (or show) of Him, today?
Sure, we know we should do a better job of not complaining or being selfish, but could we get rid of those habits completely?
If we eat more when we're out with friends, would we learn more if we studied the Bible with them?
Who is part of the body of Christ (the church), and once we know who belongs there, what should we do about it?
If we are part of the body of Christ (the church), what is our role?
What does it mean that Jesus is the Head of the church (which itself is described as the Body of Christ)?