God gives us the choice to do righteous or selfish things. Do we offer the same choice to others?
How can we honor God with what we do when we are struggling to make ends meet and to find enough time in the day?
Does the Bible tell us to "Keep calm and carry on"?
What better prayer could we offer for others than that they learn more about God and His will?
Those who seek to confront, argue with. and disagrees with us can come from anywhere, but this is not a new problem.
Are there any "minimum holiness requirements" to accept God's salvation and new life in Jesus Christ?
Would you take something you just bought and destroy it? How about a second chance?
What good is access to the power of God if we don't use it as He intended?
If we're going someplace special, why not order what they are known for?
So, what do we do with wisdom, once we've obtained it?
Sometimes, our family name needs to be front and center, with our own identity set off to the side.
What good can come from when trials and tribulations hit home?
How can we keep from getting stuck when other things try to control us?
Is it possible for simple acts of service to others to be "no problem"?
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Jesus never asks us to do what He wasn't willing to do Himself, and His followers can testify that there's no other leader like Him.
Are there blessings and opportunities that are worth any cost?
Do you ever wonder why we have certain instructions in the Bible? While it is inspired by God, there were also imminent practical reason for its guidance.
On our own, it's difficult to know when to act and when to wait, but there is One who knows what is best for us.