Yes, we want the peace that God gives us, but what other reasons should also cause us to pray for that?
What would it look like if we removed all evidence of wrongdoing in our lives, not by covering it up, but by doing the right thing in the first place?
We can claim just about anything, but how can we tell if we are really walking in the light of Jesus?
Where do we go for sunshine when the weather is bleak outside, or when clouds trouble our hearts?
What can we learn from questions that we can't answer?
The book of Hebrews points out an interesting type of evidence for the truth of Jesus' salvation - one that we might not have thought of.
Sometimes, we just need to get control of certain things in our life, even when it seems like things are out of control.
God doesn't have a "no re-hire" policy.
What can debt teach us about forgiveness and restoration?
When we know too much for our own good, the answer isn't less knowledge, just better knowledge.
What can we learn about being a good friend, from some examples of not-so-great friends in the Bible? (Notes for a "remotely-taught" Sunday School lesson, June 7, 2020.)
How committed should we be to performing good deeds in Jesus' name?