Contrary to popular opinion, giving up more things doesn't always make one holier
If what is in our heart reflects in our behavior, shouldn't we expect the same thing to be true for others?
Just because those before or after you are a mess, doesn't mean that you have to be the same way.
Have you ever been in a one-sided conversation?
If we can get along with some people one day a week, what would it take to have peace the rest of the week?
What can cheating in an educational video game teach us about faith?
God gives us direction and guidance, but are we prepared for the blessings when they are ready?
When we see the signs and ignore them, we can't blame others for the results of our choices.
In a fast-paced world, can we find ourselves trying to get ahead of God's plan?
How do we give to meet needs, while still having enough left for our responsibilities?
Wouldn't it be foolish to forge ahead with just a guess, when the right answer is readily available, if we would only ask?
Sometimes, rather than "Better late than never", a missed opportunity is squandered if we don't act promptly.
While it may seem obvious, sometimes the best way to learn about someone is to ask them, directly.
When we hear someone calling out to us, what is our first reaction?
Let's be sure to include God in our plans for each day. Otherwise, who knows where our own plans will go awry?
When I think about listening to God, one of the things I sometimes fear is that He might call me to do something.