Even in an urban commute, God can provide His own peace to our lives - sometimes at unexpected times.
Let's be sure to include God in our plans for each day. Otherwise, who knows where our own plans will go awry?
Sometimes, the wisest thing to do is to let the wrong opportunity pass by, and wait on God's timing.
When we don't have a printed version of the Bible handy, today's technology offers us many alternatives.
Are we investing in an abundant life in the way that God intended, or are we just entertaining and distracting ourselves until the inevitable occurs?
Like keeping an eye on household issues, we can track good things too.
Followers of Jesus sometimes need to be willing to do things that aren't "cool" or "socially acceptable". God calls us to something better than the norm.
While we don't always get all of the answers right away, there is good precedent to ask God the hard questions that are on our heart.
No matter the weather, we still have opportunities to rejoice and be glad each day, knowing the God who gives us today.
While symbols and imagery help us remember things about God, can they inadvertently become the objects of our worship?
Sometimes, just as with our eating habits, we need something more satisfying than a "snack-size" portion of God's Word.
Searching for truth can be an uphill battle, but an ancient traveling speaker had some insight that is still good for us today.
We know how to ask for God to give us more. Have we considered asking Him to not give us too much?
If we are genuinely interested in learning the truth, we have an opportunity to find it, if we will only look.