Do we sometimes expect to break the rules (even bad rules) and still get away with it?
While serving sin doesn't lead to satisfaction, there is a spiritual solution that is even better than selfishness
Some things that we do have results that we probably don't want to cash in.
There are a lot of ugly, messy kinds of sins in this world, but maybe they can be traced back to a common decision in the lives of those who practice them.
Have we considered the starting point of evil behavior? Romans 1 gives us some clues as to where it starts...and how it might be fixed.
It may take work to keep up, but it's worth it.
If we aren't demonstrating all of the fruit of the Spirit, does that mean we're just not trying hard enough?
Paul lists a number of "acts of the flesh" in the book of Galatians. Is this just another list of rules, containing things that followers of Jesus must avoid?
There is a lot of suffering in this world. However, rather than blaming it all on afflicted people not following God, can we get out ahead of it and glorify Him?
If it seems like God isn't present in our activities, should we blame God or consider whether or not we're on the right track?
What allows us to be associated with good examples in teaching illustrations, rather than the villain?
Sometimes, a good illustration makes a key point in the hearers' mind, without needing to spell out the conclusion.
If you saw something heading for a bad accident, and could warn them, would you?
We may not like unsolicited criticism, but is it always unwarranted?
What do we do when there's nothing that we can do to repair something important?
Let's take a look at a couple of things that can shorten or prolong our lives.
Do you feel like you have been filling up on things that don't really satisfy or strengthen you?
It is an unpleasant fact that sometimes, when disaster strikes, everyone can't escape the consequences.
When we consider why people follow other gods, what does the God of the Bible have to say about their reasons?
For those who are comfortable and secure in their faith, have we considered why others make different choices?