What if success is just a matter of participating in the right plan?
Do you ever ask God, "Why me?" David did, but he wasn't complaining.
By faith, we can celebrate blessings from God that aren't even for ourselves, and whose outcomes we won't get to experience here on earth.
If we don't think that we will amount to much, is that a reflection on ourselves, or our opinion of what God can do with our lives?
Sometimes, an abridged version of an important message just won't get the job done.
Are we prepared for God’s presence?
Would we be willing to stand and proclaim our experiences with God, both to Him and to anyone else who would hear?
While we can't bring God to ourselves, how big of a deal is it to us that He made His presence available to us?
What can the result of years of waiting teach us about being patient for requests that seem to take forever?
Are you trying to fit Jesus' teachings into some other worldview? That's going to be a challenge.
While many people of faith might not fast often enough for their spiritual health, are there times when it isn't necessary?
Do we sometimes just repeat the same actions over and over again?
What does Jesus choice of disciples and dinner guests have to say to those of us who don't feel likely to be invited to become either of those things?
When we - or loved ones - are sick, we think a lot about healing. What do we do after we are healed, though?
Sometimes, we have good things in mind to do, but we are setting about to take them on in the wrong order.
If Jesus Christ calls His followers to a superior righteousness, what does the implied "inferior righteousness" look like?
When a relationship has been broken, there are responsibilities for both the offending party, and the one who was hurt.
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"?