I assume that Lady Justice has helped make popular the idea that God holds some type of scales in heaven.
Even wealthy people struggle to have genuine friends. They can be very lonely. When Howard Hughes was worth about 4 billion dollars, he said, “I’d give it all for one good friend.”
Not only will Christians experience Christ’s “eternal glory,” but they can also look forward to God’s blessings in the “here and now.”
Enemy surprise attacks are always frightening in our physical world, but they are also dangerous in the spiritual world, too.
It is actually possible to experience calm in the midst of impending doom.
What is baffling, though, (and at times even maddening) is when rude, nasty people seem to have better lives than we do.
How can we know if the Bible we have today accurately reflects what was originally written thousands of years ago?
Many insist on trying to live life their own way, even when it means going from one failure in life to another.
We may think that being humble brings misery, but it actually makes your life much better.
If drugs don’t give us lasting peace, then what is the secret to living a peaceful and contented life?