What key trait did Zacchaeus have that allowed him to meet Jesus?
When asked difficult questions about claims of truth, what impact do our actions have?
It's one thing to remember something important. It's another to actually take the right action on that memory.
Sometimes, rather than "Better late than never", a missed opportunity is squandered if we don't act promptly.
Ever had a big idea that you never acted on? Or, do we subconsciously do that all the time?
Whether or not we find joy in the company of another person, there is another sort of completeness - one of faith, shown by deeds - that we can all experience.
We might "grab the bull by its horns", as the metaphor suggests, but should we pick up a snake by its tail?
The very essence of the Christian belief starts with admitting that we fall short of God's ideal, and need help. How well is this message communicated to others, though?
What if every follower of Jesus had such a positive and lasting impact on his or her community that no one would have to think twice when asked "Where is the church?"
If we are looking for others to step up and act better, maybe we must first demonstrate to them the right kind of behavior.