In a world where we feel like we are expected to know everything, what do we do when we don't even know the right question?
What do winners focus on, in order to drive them to succeed?
Trying to earn our own salvation is like trying to pay a mortgage on a house that is already fully paid off.
Running on an open track is definitely easier than having to jump over hurdles, but do we recognize hurdles when we see them?
We can pretend to ignore the rules, but - unless we're in charge - we don't actually get to change them.
As we get older, we grow out of certain child-like behaviors. Are there some that we should keep, though?
If a scarecrow can't keep the animals out of our garden, why would we trust its fellow inanimate objects for more important things?
Since we represent Jesus (even though God continues to be directly active around us), what kind of a representative are we?
Where can we keep what is valuable, where it won't be subject to the decay and corruption of this fallen world?
Maybe your life doesn't just need a new coat of paint or some light remodeling. Perhaps it needs some major demolition and rebuilding!
Sometimes, the problem is not that we don't know the correct answer, but that we don't want to say it.
When you're following a friend through his or her home town, who do you trust more: your friend or the GPS?
Would it be a good thing if everyone received exactly what they deserved for their actions?