We may have read or heard about God's glory, but can we completely explain it?
Stuck with a challenging question? There is one who knows all of the answers, and who is available for us to ask.
How can we discern good traditions from unhealthy traditions? Jesus Christ gave us some clear guidance on that.
While we struggle with difficult questions, what if the really important answer was readily available?
If we know where the traps are placed, maybe we can carefully walk around them.
Are we surprised when God answers our prayers? If so, we're not the first to be in that situation.
Who doesn't like to find out the answer to a long-standing mystery?
Even if we're hopelessly turned around without a compass, a map, plus a GPS, we can find direction in life if we know where to look.
Even those with great faith in God asked Him questions from time to time. We shouldn't be afraid to do the same.
When our faith is unlimited, and grounded in truth, we can move beyond the comfortable habits that hold us back.
When we make a request from someone we trust, do we expect results, or just move on?
Just as parents sometimes have to provide suggested answers for their children to give in specific situations, God provides us direction and guidance for the right words in a specific situation, also.