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.
If someone were to describe you, would they be able to make the case that you love God and love others?
Do we grow in our Christian faith just to better ourselves?
What happened when David was criticized for praising God?
Do you ever remind God about His promises to you?
Would we be willing to stand and proclaim our experiences with God, both to Him and to anyone else who would hear?
We may be challenged to "pray big", once we start to comprehend God's power, but is there something even more than that?
Where can we look when we are in imminent danger of losing hope?
Paul, in his letter to the early church in Rome, had some specific things to say about diversity of how to serve God.
I'm pretty sure that I am not in charge of any kingdoms. So, why do I act like it, sometimes?
As we watch how people are put on a pedestal in society, what can we learn from that?
If you've got a great story to tell, why keep it to yourself?
If our body is a temple, who was it constructed to honor?