No matter how handy we are, there comes a time when another layer of duct tape isn't going to fix the problem.
When we - or loved ones - are sick, we think a lot about healing. What do we do after we are healed, though?
What can we do when a year (like the past 12 months or so) has dragged us down?
Where can we receive rewards before doing any work?
God gives us the choice to do righteous or selfish things. Do we offer the same choice to others?
Would you take something you just bought and destroy it? How about a second chance?
If we give sign-writers the benefit of the doubt, what can we learn from them?
Do you ever feel like you're not getting any credit for the hard work you put in for the Kingdom of God?
What should we do when our ignorance about Jesus Christ has been dispelled, and we know the truth about Him?
When asked difficult questions about claims of truth, what impact do our actions have?
Sometimes, asking to get what we deserve is a dangerous thing.
When we are offered something that we can't pay for, what should our response be?
Sometimes the first step to solving a problem is to realize that we cannot fix it on our own.
Even after Jesus paid the debt for our sins, there is still something we owe.
Sometimes, we just need to clean up from one activity, before moving on to the next.
For those freed from the consequences of sin, do we live as free, or do we keep living as those under the law?
Sometimes, taking sides just causes evil to propagate. What would being a peacemaker look like, instead?
In the book of Hebrews, we are not only directed to make good choices, but also to help others to do good.
When we reach the end of our own strength, we can quit, or we can seek help from God's limitless supply.
While our good deeds aren't good enough to make us right before a holy God, once we appreciate the magnitude of His grace, mercy, and love, we still have a part to play.