How can we make sure that the "arbitrator" in our internal conflicts is making good decisions?
If a metal helmet can't keep bad thoughts out in real life, what can we use instead?
What does the Bible have to say about hiding the truth about our hearts?
When we know too much for our own good, the answer isn't less knowledge, just better knowledge.
Do you ever have a nightmare that you're in front of the class, and you don't know the answers?
While we would do well to remember that our fellow human beings have a finite amount of time an energy, there is One whose resources are limitless.
As we get older, we grow out of certain child-like behaviors. Are there some that we should keep, though?
If it is nearly impossible for the wealthy to enter the kingdom of God, can those in rich countries still be Christians?
It's frustrating when little kids won't let you help them. I wonder if Jesus feels the same 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.
Even if we can't jump tall buildings in a single bound, God provides supernatural gifts - manifestations of His own power - to those who follow Him.
Even in an urban commute, God can provide His own peace to our lives - sometimes at unexpected times.
We know how to ask for God to give us more. Have we considered asking Him to not give us too much?
The process of becoming more like what God made us to be can be a long one, but it is worth the investment.
Once we decide where we need to go, if it's in line with God's direction, we can usually find help to get there.
If you struggle with feeling that your faith, actions, or spirituality aren't good enough, you're not alone. Rather than relying on our own limited abilities, let's be willing to ask for help.
If we were to evaluate the background of Bible authors (before they encountered God), we'd find mixed results. It is only through the evidence of God's work in their lives that their testimony is completed.