Could you sin in heaven? Eight considerations will show you have nothing to fear.
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Jesus' choice of regular people to be His disciples shows that God uses the ordinary for the extraordinary.
If you are unsure about what to do in your circumstances, leaning in is better than leaning away.
An incident of thinking salt was sugar reveals a truth about who we are called to be as Christ followers.
You can't plant a seed of faith and expect an instant result; it takes time and God's Word.
This Christmas season, remember the greatest gift could bring about your greatest decision!
You may think of quitting but tell Satan, "Today is not the day."
Why worry about what you don't have when God has given you so much?
Just as we devote love and appreciation for our friends, we must form an intimate friendship before uniting with the Lord.
Don't be frightened by what is happening around; reside in the present help that is always there.
Making sure to dodge these obstacles can ensure you stay connected to God's plan for you.
If you know the greatest news to help people reach heaven, why don't you share it?
If you want to rush God's timing, Moses' plight should show you it's better to wait.
That life lesson from my Sensei in 1974 once again gave me the courage and strength to continue to fight.
Having trouble believing in miracles for yourself? Know the possible is achieved by an impossible God.
The time is now to eat and prepare, for the path ahead is like no other!
Take it from Jacob; his blessings weren't based on him being righteous at all!
Not every battle in our midst is one we are supposed to fight!
Ten were healed but one returned to thank Him; that return is how we should show gratitude every day.
Keep this toolbox close at hand and use its tools properly to do what God has called you to do.