Do we ask questions that we already know the answer to, hoping to find a loophole or exception for ourselves?
After giving up a life of selfishness and pride for new life through Jesus, have we planned for what we will do next?
When we - or loved ones - are sick, we think a lot about healing. What do we do after we are healed, though?
Can we learn something from a crook in The Great Gatsby?
How are love for Jesus and obedience to Him related?
How committed should we be to performing good deeds in Jesus' name?
If we love someone enough to tell them the truth, how can we show them that we are indeed doing so out of love?
How can we find peace in a world of chaos?
What can we call upon when we are out of our own resources?
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...
In a world where every week brings a new medical study, are there things that are more important than only staying alive one more day?
Like a lot of things, pretending to love people is easier than actually doing a good job of it.
If we told someone that we loved Jesus, and followed Him, would they be surprised?
What if fancy introductions and conclusions in books of the Bible weren't just cultural niceties, but instead were opportunities to be blessed?
Doing the right thing is sometimes more work than tearing others down.
Even after Jesus paid the debt for our sins, there is still something we owe.
Just as our face betrays our emotions, what does our life illustrate about our faith?
If we knew what would outlast everything else in this world, wouldn't those be good things to invest in?