Paul, in the book of Romans, breaks down salvation to some of its simplest principles
Have we tried to tell God that we will notify Him when we're good enough for Him to accept us?
If Abraham wasn't perfect, and lived before the Law of Moses, how could he be considered righteous before God?
Do we sometimes treat God's promises as having been fulfilled in smaller ways than He has planned?
Would God the Father ever not answer one of Jesus' (God the Son's) prayers?
What can the result of years of waiting teach us about being patient for requests that seem to take forever?