As we strive to do our best, are we attempting to be the best at the right things?
While God works through His people, He really doesn't need us to avenge Him.
What can you do when you wake up and your problems outnumber your abilities?
We may be challenged to "pray big", once we start to comprehend God's power, but is there something even more than that?
If we give sign-writers the benefit of the doubt, what can we learn from them?
What should we do when our goals are impossible for us to achieve on our own?
Who would we like to stand by us when our sky falls and mountains crumble?
Are we surprised when God answers our prayers? If so, we're not the first to be in that situation.
What can we learn from questions that we can't answer?
Is having great power worth it, if it comes from the wrong source?
If we consider all of the factors, are miracles scientifically valid?
Who are we to tell God that we can't do something, once He has called us to take a step of faith?
Sometimes, the truthful answer to a bad interview question would reveal something that we don't want to share.
Do you ever feel like you are in a movie, and the bad guys are just about to overrun all that is good?
If we knew that we could win battles against evil for the benefit of lost souls, would we be bolder in our actions?
While it might be fun to root for the underdog, we just don't stand a chance when we resist an all-powerful force.
It's fun to learn how things around us are made, but what sort of transformation can change hearts and lives?
What if we found a relationship that continued to surprise us with more good things than we expected?
Some people have a mental image of an angry God. This might be due to preachers like Johnathan Edwards from the 18th-century, or from listening to others who portray God as primarily full of wrath and punishment. This is a tough image of God to live with, and probably makes most of us want to avoid… Continue reading What Makes God Angry?
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