Do you feel like you have been filling up on things that don't really satisfy or strengthen you?
What does it look like to move from baby food to something chewier?
What happens if we don't follow (or even read) the instructions?
Who are we to tell God that we can't do something, once He has called us to take a step of faith?
While there is a time for sorrow and repentance when we are convicted by knowledge of our sins, there are also times for celebration and rejoicing in the faithfulness of a great God.
Ever get distracted by something, and not accomplish what you set out to do in the first place?
Just because something sounds nice, doesn't mean it is from the source of good.
As many times as we may refresh the page, some things are both true and unchangeable.
Change brings good things and bad, but there are cases where the original is still the best, and no "re-interpretation" will suffice.
How do we remember what is most important, and get the word out to those who need to hear it?
Let's be honest: Waiting isn't very fun. However, a lot can happen over time, if we are patient (and, even if we aren't).
If "we are what we eat", where might our diet benefit from a little improvement?
Knowing without doing is apathy. Doing without knowing is ignorance. What does the right combination look like, though?
Wouldn't it be great to be given the role of ambassador by someone with enough authority to do so?
Sometimes, the message we need to hear is simply a passage from the Bible - with no frills, trimmings, or commentary.
While we may sometimes have a filter in the way, there is nothing like inhaling pure air...or unfiltered truth.
Just as parents sometimes have to provide suggested answers for their children to give in specific situations, God provides us direction and guidance for the right words in a specific situation, also.
If we eat more when we're out with friends, would we learn more if we studied the Bible with them?
Just as we can't see certain details under filtered light, our understanding of the world around us is a function of the light that we use to illuminate it.