We may have read or heard about God's glory, but can we completely explain it?
When we hear a word of hope, it's not always meant for only us
Just because we don't see a solution, doesn't meant that there isn't hope for one
Not everything that moves around is alive
There are questions meant to inspire us to accept the limitations of our knowledge
There is a point where being "lean and mean" can only take us so far
Pausing to consider something uncomfortable isn't enjoyable, but it may be worth the pain in the long run
When God restores us, it's more than just a little "tweak" to our character
Is our relationship with God just one of many in our lives, or is He the main one?
When Christians engage in obviously bad behavior, the consequences are more than just embarrassing ourselves
While God's discipline is loving, sometimes offensive behavior merits offensive consequences
A warning doesn't mean that the outcome is determined. A good warning includes help on how to change that outcome.
God wants fallen people to return to Him and live, but our role is to share the good news, even if not everyone accepts it right away