Do you ever ask God, "Why me?" David did, but he wasn't complaining.
While many people of faith might not fast often enough for their spiritual health, are there times when it isn't necessary?
Have you ever been in a one-sided conversation?
Is there more to healthy conversation than just courtesy and small talk?
We may have heard about the "peace that passes understanding", but how do we actually find it?
What better prayer could we offer for others than that they learn more about God and His will?
Communication has come a long way, but sometimes the most effective sharing uses methods that are tried and true.
Who could possibly bridge the gap between a God who is transcendent and holy, and we sinful people here on earth?
We may already know that we should pray for those in authority. How - and what - do we actually pray for them, though?
What can you do when you wake up and your problems outnumber your abilities?
We may be challenged to "pray big", once we start to comprehend God's power, but is there something even more than that?
What would our perspective of our current situation be like if we looked at it like a stopover, rather than our destination?
Are we surprised when God answers our prayers? If so, we're not the first to be in that situation.
Yes, we want the peace that God gives us, but what other reasons should also cause us to pray for that?
What if the great moments of life happen in times of change, which God has prepared for through His people's faithfulness during the times of "normalcy"?
Sometimes, the Bible already contains the prayers that we need to pray for others.
So, what can we do when we need to be the church, but it can't be the same as before?
What do we do when a source of strength is no longer available?
Can God bless those we've never met, when we would rather pray for them than for the people we do know?