The obligations of a watchman weren't merely abstract to Ezekiel, and they aren't to us, either
Being an old man wearing robes isn't a requirement to be a prophet
Not every lesson comes with a preview of what we should learn from it. When we get that insight, though, let's make good use of it
Encouragement is an interesting thing. No matter what our day brings, we should probably be either giving or receiving it.
Sometimes, it's not enough to take something that the Bible says as just a verse or two. The context may teach us much more, if we keep asking questions.
Truth is not necessarily the same thing as the majority opinion.
Agreement with everyone isn't necessary when we know the truth, but sometimes seeking out others' agreement can allow us to achieve something even greater things.
Sometimes, an abridged version of an important message just won't get the job done.
How can we discern good traditions from unhealthy traditions? Jesus Christ gave us some clear guidance on that.
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?