Is it good to "fit in" sometimes, or should we always be different in every way from those around us?
Do you feel like you have to drag the weight of your past through the present?
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When we look at conflict around us, do we want a "just OK" solution, or something that will be truly awesome?
When we try to avoid avoid unrighteous anger, what should we replace it with?
Since we each have internal conflicts, what should be our response to those whose struggles are different from our own?
How can we make sure that the "arbitrator" in our internal conflicts is making good decisions?
Do you have conflict that seems to be stuck inside yourself (rather than being with others)? We all do!
If a metal helmet can't keep bad thoughts out in real life, what can we use instead?
If Jesus Christ calls His followers to a superior righteousness, what does the implied "inferior righteousness" look like?
What can we do when a year (like the past 12 months or so) has dragged us down?
Can we become so focused on the process of getting to our destination that we miss out on opportunities along the way?
If we can get along with some people one day a week, what would it take to have peace the rest of the week?
What value is there in spreading around important news if no one takes action as a result?
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?