The nice thing about most doors is that they work both ways!
You've probably used a mirror in the past day. Have you ever stopped to think about why we do so?
Can we learn something from a crook in The Great Gatsby?
Is real life entirely "open-world", or are we kind of on rails?
So, what do we do with wisdom, once we've obtained it?
On our own, it's difficult to know when to act and when to wait, but there is One who knows what is best for us.
Wouldn't it be nice if we could just do good things when we feel like it? Or, maybe that wouldn't be so great...
Ever get distracted by something, and not accomplish what you set out to do in the first place?
Sometimes the first step to solving a problem is to realize that we cannot fix it on our own.
We may know how to get well after an injury, but what do we do once we get better?
Sometimes, our detractors aren't just a character in a fantasy story who can't hear well. How do we deal with feelings of uselessness?
Once we get picked for the team, then what?
As an audiophile can tell you, a computer playing notes from a score doesn't replicate the beauty of a gifted orchestra performance.
For followers of Jesus, the hope of the future doesn't start in Heaven, but with the opportunities of today.
Just as our face betrays our emotions, what does our life illustrate about our faith?
Whether or not we find joy in the company of another person, there is another sort of completeness - one of faith, shown by deeds -
that we can all experience.
We might "grab the bull by its horns", as the metaphor suggests, but should we pick up a snake by its tail?
Aligning ourselves with Jesus requires a visible change in our lifestyle.
No amount of claims can compensate for not trying to follow His instructions diligently.
The other day, a random guy struck up a friendly conversation with me about something he was pretty interested in.
I was told once that "Some people know more Bible than they will ever use". Is that true?