Students groan when presented with a pop quiz or final exam. And we don’t respond much differently when life sends trials our way. Perhaps you’re struggling with a difficult situation right now.
Temptation is like a fire . . . if you don’t touch it, you won’t get burned. But it isn’t easy to turn our backs on those things that entice us!
Compromise is a slippery slope. One small infraction leads to another and another . . . and pretty soon you’re compromising everything you once held dear. Feel caught in the trap of a few poor choices in your life?
Growing up, your mother always said to choose your friends wisely. And when you became a parent . . . you remind your kids to do the very same thing.
How far should we go in trying to evangelize those who chose a different faith walk than our own?
To truly understand the Bible, we need to appreciate the different writing styles used in the Scriptures. The Spirit-inspired authors wrote poetry, narrative stories and so much more.
None of us is perfect, and there are times when each of us betray our Savior in one way or another. An important discussion about the Last Supper.
We don’t often think of sin as we would a disease ravaging our body, and yet, sin is toxic to our lives and ultimately to our souls. Look at the tenth commandment, “You shall not covet.”
Each one of us faces temptation of some sort. It may be a certain kind of food we can’t resist, a store we love to shop in, or something heavier, that causes us to fall into sin.