If it's easier to travel on a straight path, why do we have such a difficult time of it?
Do we sometimes know the answer that will gain us true success and rewards, but willingly choose something else because of our egos?
Even in a world with lots of communication options, sometimes we need to talk to a real person in real time.
Just because a comedian announces that he's about to tell a funny joke, that doesn't necessarily make it funny.
In a world of microwaves and drive-through windows, plants still grow at their own pace.
If we want to get rid of junk in our house, we can have a garage sale. How do we get rid of junk in our mind and soul, though?
If it was our job to testify about something really important, could we persuade the rest of the courtroom of the truth?
What would it take to refinish our lives, as a careful craftsman restores old furniture to a new life?
Even after Jesus paid the debt for our sins, there is still something we owe.
We recognize those who do good things for others, but have we ever stopped to think about those who ask for help?
Just like we sometimes need someone to watch our back, others need that from us, as well.
Sometimes, it can be easier to evangelize to a digital assistant, rather than a human being.
Just as our face betrays our emotions, what does our life illustrate about our faith?