If God doesn't answer our requests before we give up continuing to pray for them, whose fault is that?
Why should people who do good things be considered inadequately righteous, when sinners can receive salvation through faith?
Should people who do good things be considered inadequately righteous, while sinners can receive salvation through faith?
What does the faith look like that results in our debts being cleared with God?
Don't you hate it when the event you want to get into is restricted, and you can't get in?
"Faith" can mean a lot of things. What did it look like for Abraham, though?
Some things that we do have results that we probably don't want to cash in.
If Abraham wasn't perfect, and lived before the Law of Moses, how could he be considered righteous before God?
What would our lives look like if we truly appreciated God's power (along with His love for us)?
Knowing "why" and knowing what to do are separate things, but when we have both, we should act upon that knowledge
Do followers of Jesus try to do good things in order to earn His love, or because He already loved them?
If God's direction is good for helping us live better lives, wouldn't some extra rules help us to do even better?
If we have experienced things that we can't fully describe to others, what might be waiting for us that we can't imagine?
Are you waiting for an invitation to ask God for big things?
What good can come from when trials and tribulations hit home?
What should we do when our reserves get down to our self-appointed "caution line"?
For those who are comfortable and secure in their faith, have we considered why others make different choices?
Who is the best person to talk with about something we've never experienced before?
When the bad days turn to even worse days, there's not always a simple solution, but there is hope.
Even the largest tree can have a weak root system hidden underground.