While it might be fun to root for the underdog, we just don't stand a chance when we resist an all-powerful force.
Ever get distracted by something, and not accomplish what you set out to do in the first place?
If we can't wait to get home from a trip to see our family, how much greater will the anticipation be of going home to see our Lord and Savior?
Finding out that Jesus offers us reconciliation with God is amazing, but He has much more in store for us that makes following Him even better.
It's fun to learn how things around us are made, but what sort of transformation can change hearts and lives?
Salvation is available to everyone who receives it.
Wouldn't it be great if we could all get the same deal, regardless of whether we were new or long-time customers?
When should we take a little bit from the last "batch" of experiences and re-use it, and when should we throw out rotten dough?
What if we found a relationship that continued to surprise us with more good things than we expected?
Can a simple greeting be both a prayer and a testimony?
Sometimes, I think that great things aren't accomplished for God because the body of Christ acts in a manner that is too "diffused".
Just because something sounds nice, doesn't mean it is from the source of good.
Not every saying is worth repeating, and sometimes what sounds good is more style than substance.