Just because God can speak to us through the physical world, doesn't mean that we get to decide when and how He will do so
Can "regular people" have access to the same wisdom as we expect people with robes and beards to have?
What should we do when asked a question that seems impossible to answer?
Do you feel like you have been filling up on things that don't really satisfy or strengthen you?
There are a lot of people who declare emphatically what will happen in the future. Should we be panicking?
We can claim just about anything, but how can we tell if we are really walking in the light of Jesus?
Sometimes, we just need to get control of certain things in our life, even when it seems like things are out of control.
What if the great moments of life happen in times of change, which God has prepared for through His people's faithfulness during the times of "normalcy"?
How do we build our supply of wisdom if we need wisdom to get started with that process?
Could a couple of well-invested seconds make all the difference in our next big opportunity?
How do we give to meet needs, while still having enough left for our responsibilities?
Wouldn't it be foolish to forge ahead with just a guess, when the right answer is readily available, if we would only ask?
When you're following a friend through his or her home town, who do you trust more: your friend or the GPS?
To parody the title of an old song, "Waking up is hard to do!"
Is there more to spiritual understanding than just what we can learn by ourselves?
Even if we have limited success with using the wrong tool for the job, we also might break things and get frustrated. There is a better way.
When we have no other choice, a challenging solution may be the only one. However, when a better way is available, it's irrational to not make use of it.
We might "grab the bull by its horns", as the metaphor suggests, but should we pick up a snake by its tail?
When we hear someone calling out to us, what is our first reaction?
Let's be sure to include God in our plans for each day. Otherwise, who knows where our own plans will go awry?