Are you waiting for an invitation to ask God for big things?
If you could ask for anything, what would it be? Let's take a look at someone who received his request for some good suggestions.
What happened when David was criticized for praising God?
What if we put as much thought and preparation into our everyday conversations as we do for special occasions?
Do you feel stuck, like your options are limited and you can't get free? You're not alone, but there is freedom to be found.
If your problem is too big for you to handle on your own, there's someone else who can squash it for you.
When we can't find a way out, maybe we're looking in the wrong direction.
If we've kept secrets about our bad choices hidden, is it too late to get them out and start healing?
Out of love for others, are there ways to lead them to the right conclusion about the harm that their choices are doing, rather than just a lecture?
What allows us to be associated with good examples in teaching illustrations, rather than the villain?
Sometimes, a good illustration makes a key point in the hearers' mind, without needing to spell out the conclusion.
Do you ever remind God about His promises to you?
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?