Imagine going somewhere where you think you're the first to arrive, but finding that Jesus was already there.
Who doesn't like to find out the answer to a long-standing mystery?
For those of us who speak before thinking, we have a role model who both struggled with this, and still found a way to contribute positively to history.
Even if we're hopelessly turned around without a compass, a map, plus a GPS, we can find direction in life if we know where to look.
There are things worth getting angry about, and others that aren't worth the effort. Let us not burn off all of our energy on the latter, so that we can do some good with the former.
We can typically spot a freeloader, but what does the opposite of a freeloader look like?
How much of what we value today will be significant even a short time from now? Is there anything that will outlast the assault of time?
While good results often require many tries, we are still called to keep doing our part.
Watching the hero disarm an opponent in a movie is fun, but there was an even more spectacular feat that disarmed a greater foe than any movie villain.
There are a number of shepherds appearing as part of God's plan throughout history, but is that job still part of the church, today?
We may be living during a time period that future generations just skim over in their records of history, but we each still have a God-given part to play in creating that history.
In our walk on earth, there are not only ways that we can "get a life", but also still better ways to really start living.
Even those with great faith in God asked Him questions from time to time. We shouldn't be afraid to do the same.