Does it feel like God doesn't love you, even if you are trying to follow Him? Let's take a look at what the book of Romans says.
Just because we don't understand God's plan, doesn't mean it isn't a good plan
God doesn't save people who are "pretty good", but the good news is that He offers to save each of us!
When we start to appreciate our sin, we find that God is justified in punishing it, so why does He sometimes delay justice?
The gospel has good news for those who feel (or were told) that they are far from God, and we find that this good news was God's plan all along.
Perhaps, before choosing to reject God's authority, we should first take a look at the kinds of decisions that He makes.
Maybe the reason God is waiting to "clean house" is for you and me to make some changes, and not just other people
In the presence of love, and the belief that righteousness is best for others, there may be good reasons for anger.
There is a lot of suffering in this world. However, rather than blaming it all on afflicted people not following God, can we get out ahead of it and glorify Him?
If it seems like God isn't present in our activities, should we blame God or consider whether or not we're on the right track?
What does Jesus choice of disciples and dinner guests have to say to those of us who don't feel likely to be invited to become either of those things?
Does fear or worry eat up your energy? The Bible offers some encouraging words for those who need peace.
Do you feel like you have to drag the weight of your past through the present?
Are there any "minimum holiness requirements" to accept God's salvation and new life in Jesus Christ?
Sometimes, our family name needs to be front and center, with our own identity set off to the side.
Just how great are the blessings that God offers to those who have chosen a path that took them far away from Him?
How does one go from success to failure?
Not all of God's promises are for blessings.
What can the love among the persons of God teach us about love in our own lives?