Let's consider how we can relate our behavior and our blessings.
Maybe whether or not we are blessed isn't measured the way that we thought it was.
Are there blessings and opportunities that are worth any cost?
Just how great are the blessings that God offers to those who have chosen a path that took them far away from Him?
Do you sometimes feel like you're staring at a blank page, trying to come up with things to be thankful for?
What happens when the most important messages are lost from one generation to the next, because we simply didn't pay attention?
If the Bible says that we will be rewarded for our actions, how should that impact our motivation and our decisions?
God gives us direction and guidance, but are we prepared for the blessings when they are ready?
If God mercifully paid for the consequences of our sins, how should we respond to that grace?
Salvation is available to everyone who receives it.
Wouldn't it be great if we could all get the same deal, regardless of whether we were new or long-time customers?
If more money, more power, or more popularity doesn't guarantee happiness, then what will?
Do you ever wonder if life would be better without rules that others expect us to follow?
Sometimes, we get too chose what will help us remember where we came from. Other times, reminders of our past are acquired without our consent.
In God's Kingdom, celebration doesn't have to wait for Heaven, and everyone is invited.
Nobody likes a no-win situation, but what if we knew that we had everything we needed to succeed?
Regardless of the economic theories that we subscribe to, real wealth only comes from one place.
If God can use an amount of money so small that we named a class of subatomic particles after it, He can use what we have to offer for His purposes.
Even with a fantastic buffet of great things to enjoy in this world, there is an opportunity to receive even more.
Sometimes, we are like wedding crashers, filling up at the buffet line, without actually knowing anyone there.