Yes, none of us is just like the next person. However, the goal for each of us is fulfilling our individual purpose, not boring uniformity.
Do you ever feel like you aren't where you want to be? That could be where you're supposed to be.
There is a level of alignment in our lives that cannot be reasonably ascribed to sheer coincidence.
Work isn't a bad thing, but why does it have to be so difficult?
Sometimes, we just need to clean up from one activity, before moving on to the next.
In this world, not everything is perfectly clear. However, there is hope for clarity in the future.
The Bible describes a key message passed down from father to son.
If having a transparent refrigerator door makes some of us nervous, what should we think of One who can see into our hearts?
Sometimes, battling evil requires us to get into the fray and defend the side of good. Usually this isn't a physical battle, but may still result in us getting our hands dirty.
For a world where almost everything must have both those who are "for" and "against", Jesus pointed out an important distinction about who is on his side.
If we are concerned about what people think when we give, we're probably giving for the benefit of the wrong person. If we judge other people in the same way, we can rob them of joy, as well.
It may be nice to spend time in a nice garden, but we're being selfish if we never leave and invite others to join us.
If "we are what we eat", where might our diet benefit from a little improvement?
Our lives can be a lot bigger and more full of power than we know...if we only know where to look.