Is God present in our lives, or did we meet Him in the past and then take Him for granted?
While God often delays consequences for sin, the penalty must be paid
In a vision from God, a saving mark was given to those who did something different from what we might expect
Sin around us should still break our heart, but that's not the end of the story
While I sometimes wish that this wasn't the case, there are topics that are necessary to study, even if they aren't fun
No matter how we life, someone will accuse us of being "too something", so let's live the best life that we can, regardless
Contrary to popular opinion, giving up more things doesn't always make one holier
It is regretful when a child rebels against what is good and falls away, but change from one generation to the next can also be positive in some families
Not every child walks in the ways of their parents
Sometimes, following God's will seems a little vague, but there are plenty of clear instructions and examples from Him in the Bible
While it might sometimes seem like things are unfair in the short run, justice is served in the end
Maybe a parody of Charles Osgood's famous poem can offer us a lesson for a life of purpose
In a world where claims are made based on anecdotal evidence, how should we evaluate the truth about God and Christianity?
Resisting bad rules (to effect positive change) is one thing, but resisting good things has far worse consequences
Do we sometimes expect to break the rules (even bad rules) and still get away with it?
What would we do differently if we didn't think that big things were impossible?
The advantages of obeying God don't always just stop with our own blessings
It is kind of pointless to resist or do something different when the correct path is clear to us
Sometimes, telling the truth about a problem is a big first step towards solving it
Just because God can speak to us through the physical world, doesn't mean that we get to decide when and how He will do so