How can we honor God with what we do when we are struggling to make ends meet and to find enough time in the day?
What does the Bible say about followers of Jesus being rewarded for their actions?
When we are offered something that we can't pay for, what should our response be?
Wouldn't it be great if we could all get the same deal, regardless of whether we were new or long-time customers?
If we can't even figure out what gifts someone else will like, are there better ways to take on the uncertainties of life itself?
Having freedom but living like we do not seems like a waste of a good opportunity, doesn't it?
Are our offerings acceptable to a holy God?
If our salvation is already paid for by Jesus' sacrifice, why should we continue to work for God?
Does being sick or hurt, and doing what it takes to get better, make you a morally superior person to someone who is still sick?
If you know the cure for a common ailment, do you keep it to yourself, or go out and help others get better?
In the book of Philippians, a delivery person is a hero. Who knows - we may be called to carry good things to others in Jesus' name, as well.