Once we have been pronounced free from the penalty of our sins, may we not condemn others who have also been set free by the same process.
When a relationship has been broken, there are responsibilities for both the offending party, and the one who was hurt.
God doesn't have a "no re-hire" policy.
What can debt teach us about forgiveness and restoration?
At some point, do others' evil acts towards us justify our returning them in kind?
Think you are too sinful to be saved? As it turns out, you're the perfect candidate for Jesus' plan.
Carrying the weight of sin around is painful. If we just come clean and admit that we have failed, would a loving God welcome us back?
Have you ever found that something that looked good in the dark didn't hold up in the light? (Maybe your socks not matching?)
What should our reaction be when we are offended by others?
Would it be a good thing if everyone received exactly what they deserved for their actions?
If we want to get rid of junk in our house, we can have a garage sale. How do we get rid of junk in our mind and soul, though?
A guest post from my youngest.