Who could possibly bridge the gap between a God who is transcendent and holy, and we sinful people here on earth?
When we consider why people follow other gods, what does the God of the Bible have to say about their reasons?
Where can we go when we don't know the answer to the really important questions in life?
What happens when we think that we know all about God?
How might we be violating the very commands of God in order to make Him "look good"?
If a "god" isn't able to take care of itself, what kind of god is that?
If God took the time to say something more than once, we should probably pay attention.
Where can we look when we are in imminent danger of losing hope?
Like a predictable cartoon series, some things never seem to change. The good news is that a happy ending is available, no matter how bad the plot of our lives may seem.
As many times as we may refresh the page, some things are both true and unchangeable.
We don't get to decide how to encounter God. Only He can make that decision.
As a dad, when my son asks me a question, I'm obliged to dig into the details, even if it will be challenging to do so.
In this world, not everything is perfectly clear. However, there is hope for clarity in the future.
Would the word of God have a greater impact on us if it included our own names?
Is it possible that we - in pride - have sometimes picked the wrong character as the hero in famous stories?
While it may seem obvious, sometimes the best way to learn about someone is to ask them, directly.
While the Biblical author John couldn't write everything down, he testified to what he had personally seen and experienced.
What would happen if we all saw other people as created in God's image, instead of letting other things get in the way?
Searching for truth can be an uphill battle, but an ancient traveling speaker had some insight that is still good for us today.