Until everyone has gotten a fair chance to understand and decide whether or not they will accept Jesus, the work of the church is not yet done.
Ever feel like you just don't quite fit in here on earth? Turns out, that's actually OK - you can still be on the right path, even when it looks different from those around you.
When the bad days turn to even worse days, there's not always a simple solution, but there is hope.
It's much easier to cross the finish line if we let someone else carry us.
When God's plans don't match our own, what is He working to accomplish?
Where can we look when we are in imminent danger of losing hope?
Sometimes, the Bible already contains the prayers that we need to pray for others.
What do we do when a source of strength is no longer available?
What can we call upon when we are out of our own resources?
Do we sometimes feel like we should be doing more, but are stuck in a situation where we can't support the Kingdom of God as much as we want?
If more money, more power, or more popularity doesn't guarantee happiness, then what will?
Have you ever found out that you were using a word completely different from its definition?
If we knew what would outlast everything else in this world, wouldn't those be good things to invest in?
Since we have the ability to exercise free will, why don't we make the choices that lead to good (both for us, and for others)?
In this world, not everything is perfectly clear. However, there is hope for clarity in the future.
In the book of Hebrews, we are not only directed to make good choices, but also to help others to do good.
With experience, we find that both the good times and the bad times come and go. What do we do during the bad times, though?
Regardless of what its enemies throw at it, the body of Jesus Christ - the collection of His followers on earth - is destined to win the battle.
Are we investing in an abundant life in the way that God intended, or are we just entertaining and distracting ourselves until the inevitable occurs?