Is it possible that trying to stop something we don't like would be easier if we helped prevent it in the first place?
What does the Bible have to say about hiding the truth about our hearts?
What is the most interesting and helpful topic that we could talk about in conversation?
Let's take a look at a couple of things that can shorten or prolong our lives.
When we are faced with the opportunity to make a positive impact with our lives, do we fight for good, or metaphorically run away?
So, what does this word, "Hosanna" mean, anyway?
Do you feel like you have been filling up on things that don't really satisfy or strengthen you?
What is the difference between someone who suffers unwillingly, and one who suffers for a good reason?
When a relationship has been broken, there are responsibilities for both the offending party, and the one who was hurt.
The nice thing about most doors is that they work both ways!
If you have a tough time waiting for things, you're not alone...but there are ways to help us with certain kinds of waiting.
Do we sometimes agree or "like" something without considering whether or not we should? How can we know the difference?
What causes us (or others) to feel the need to back up claims with an oath?
Are there cases where we should strive to make life "more unfair"?
We want it all, but maybe we're overlooking a situation where we really need more.
Where can we receive rewards before doing any work?
Is there more to healthy conversation than just courtesy and small talk?
We may have studied what Jesus taught, but let's look at how He taught it, too.
While we may worry about light pollution in the physical world, the spiritual condition of many people is extremely dark, and they need some light (along with some love).
Let's consider how we can relate our behavior and our blessings.