How many things that we seek after or follow are unchanging and permanent?
Instead of associating with good company, a psalmist suggests a different alternative to bad company
Do we ask questions that we already know the answer to, hoping to find a loophole or exception for ourselves?
In God's plan, even those who had a complicated journey to find Jesus can have a positive impact on others.
The light can show how messy our lives are, but it also helps us see a path to something better
The use of good things to accomplish bad purposes is nearly as old as humankind itself
When it comes to excuses, saying that we didn't know better isn't the same as actually not knowing better
While following human rules might be frustrating sometimes, God's rules have a noble purpose.
While we might repeat things just to hear ourselves talk, when God says something more than once, we should definitely pay attention
When both choices look pretty bad, it's good to check and see if there are other options!
In life, are you focused on the latest trends that will fade away, or something that will last forever?
It's one thing to be pretty good, but "pretty good" usually takes second string when the best shows up.
Have we become too dependent upon a system of rules? Are we afraid to let go of our rules and trust God to lead us?
After giving up a life of selfishness and pride for new life through Jesus, have we planned for what we will do next?
If there's a better option than remaining in custody, why would we want to go back after we are reunited with loved ones again?
Do we sometimes just repeat the same actions over and over again?
If Jesus Christ calls His followers to a superior righteousness, what does the implied "inferior righteousness" look like?
Which parts of our life need to be given over to Jesus' lordship?
What can we do to mature in our faith, rather than becoming "adult children"?
Are the "rules" (set out by God to define how to live according to His will) the reason we aren't living a happy life, or are they the tests that show us what treatment we need for our most serious condition?