Once we have accepted Jesus' payment for our sins, who has the right to still torment us about what we have done?
Are the "rules" (set out by God to define how to live according to His will) the reason we aren't living a happy life, or are they the tests that show us what treatment we need for our most serious condition?
We can escape from (or change) some hostile work environments. How do we handle the battle within ourselves, though?
Can sorrow or pain lead to something better? I certainly hope so!
Ever thrown a party because you invested someone else's money wisely?
To parody the title of an old song, "Waking up is hard to do!"
True bravery isn't necessarily found in those who perform crazy stunts, but is present in those who do the right thing in the face of resistance.
Sometimes, rather than "Better late than never", a missed opportunity is squandered if we don't act promptly.
Might it be that there is another cause for societal problems that we have overlooked?
Ever feel like you're a building project where the owner ran out of money partway through?
Do you ever wonder if life would be better without rules that others expect us to follow?
Ever had a big idea that you never acted on? Or, do we subconsciously do that all the time?
I don't think that God is embarrassed of us when we look less than our best. May we not be embarrassed about Him.