We read in the Bible about a “bounce test” that the Apostle Peter endured.
From time to time, God stirs up our familiar “nest” and makes uncomfortable what used to be comfortable.
Technology gives us more ways to reach out to other people than ever before in the history of the world.
Prayer, talking to God, only becomes an enjoyable experience when we are close to Him.
Forcing yourself to read the Bible may feel like eating a lot of bad-tasting kale. It may be good for you, but it still doesn’t taste good.
If eternal forgiveness is absolutely free, have you ever wondered why anyone would turn it down?
Only crazy people enjoy pain, so there must be some powerful benefits that make the pain that God allows to be worth it.
Even though God only gave us 10 moral commands, ironically, we are not able to obey even those simple, straightforward directions.
Even when we get away from “toxic” people, we still need to know how to get away from the emotional scars they have left on us.
I think God made us very dependent on Him for physical things to help us realize how dependent we are on Him for our emotional and spiritual needs as well.