Sometimes, an abridged version of an important message just won't get the job done.
How else can we sort out what is true from what is false?
As it turns out, the most reliable book on success is available without cost, and the author doesn't receive royalties.
What causes us (or others) to feel the need to back up claims with an oath?
Is it possible for simple acts of service to others to be "no problem"?
What happens if we don't follow (or even read) the instructions?
What key trait did Zacchaeus have that allowed him to meet Jesus?
Mixing up song lyrics is one thing, but mixing up truth with lies can create a real mess.
Learning a nugget of wisdom from history or from a recent experience is great, but what if there were more?
Is it possible that we - in pride - have sometimes picked the wrong character as the hero in famous stories?
Sometimes, the message we need to hear is simply a passage from the Bible - with no frills, trimmings, or commentary.