The book of Hebrews points out an interesting type of evidence for the truth of Jesus' salvation - one that we might not have thought of.
If "work expands to the time allotted", how can we be most productive for what really matters?
It can be intimidating to think about living up to God's calling, but He is with us along the way.
We each may have wished that we were in charge of things, but maybe that role isn't really what we should aspire to.
As an audiophile can tell you, a computer playing notes from a score doesn't replicate the beauty of a gifted orchestra performance.
Would you let a phone keep ringing if you knew that a friend on the other end of the line needed something from you?
How can we make sure that we are ready and able to produce good things in our lives?
Sometimes, we require a deep breath before we engage with yet another person with traits similar to the last dozen that we've met.
Yes, none of us is just like the next person. However, the goal for each of us is fulfilling our individual purpose, not boring uniformity.
If God can use an amount of money so small that we named a class of subatomic particles after it, He can use what we have to offer for His purposes.
When we spend, invest, or use anything, it's a good idea to check with the owner, first.
Even if we can't jump tall buildings in a single bound, God provides supernatural gifts - manifestations of His own power - to those who follow Him.
If we are part of the body of Christ (the church), what is our role?
The fact that you were created uniquely means that your exact role in life can't be replaced by anyone else.
The call for us each to contribute to the church (the body of Christ) isn't just a suggestion. The rest of the body needs each of us, from the smallest to the greatest.