Would you rather be the bull charging through the fence, or a weed that is getting uprooted?
There's a big difference between saying that we're sorry, and meaning it
Pausing to consider something uncomfortable isn't enjoyable, but it may be worth the pain in the long run
While God often delays consequences for sin, the penalty must be paid
While it might sometimes seem like things are unfair in the short run, justice is served in the end
The light can show how messy our lives are, but it also helps us see a path to something better
The use of good things to accomplish bad purposes is nearly as old as humankind itself
When it comes to excuses, saying that we didn't know better isn't the same as actually not knowing better
The topic of slavery is a complicated one, but when it comes to slavery to sin, we must not sugarcoat things
While we should do our best to preserve healthy relationships, perhaps we should break off one in particular that is only harming us
Even as the battle against sin rages on, a new life with Jesus is still far superior to returning to a life of sin without Him
Having freedom from sin's penalty still doesn't make returning to sin a good idea
While following human rules might be frustrating sometimes, God's rules have a noble purpose.
Did you ever get assigned to compare and contrast two things, ideas, or people?
If we've kept secrets about our bad choices hidden, is it too late to get them out and start healing?
Out of love for others, are there ways to lead them to the right conclusion about the harm that their choices are doing, rather than just a lecture?
What allows us to be associated with good examples in teaching illustrations, rather than the villain?
Sometimes, our hearts, minds, and souls need some reshaping, but it's not always going to be fun.
Do you feel like you have to drag the weight of your past through the present?
What if our common ground upon which we can find peace with others is found in our weakness, not in our strengths?