Is it possible that living for Jesus is more than we thought it was?
Do we grow in our Christian faith just to better ourselves?
Rather than debate the theological concept of eternal security, let's back up and consider why we want to understand it
Not everything in Hebrews is immediately obvious for us to understand, but let's see what we can do
After a while, even babies need to grow teeth and eat something.
Would it be worth a little extra investment to be part of something better that will last longer?
In life, are you focused on the latest trends that will fade away, or something that will last forever?
It's one thing to be pretty good, but "pretty good" usually takes second string when the best shows up.
It's can be fun to receive what we have hoped for, but there's something even better waiting for you if you accept it.
Do we sometimes treat God's promises as having been fulfilled in smaller ways than He has planned?
Can you really be good at something if you've never tried it?
Would God the Father ever not answer one of Jesus' (God the Son's) prayers?
Have you ever been an "armchair counselor"?
Sometimes, there are greater reasons (and not just our personal preferences) for someone to be in a specific role.
Being part of a family comes with privileges, but also responsibilities.
The metaphor of a house can mean a couple of different things
What would you do if someone said that they knew of a person who was superior to your hero?
What do we do when it's hard to focus on something really important?
Sometimes, it's not enough to take something that the Bible says as just a verse or two. The context may teach us much more, if we keep asking questions.