What does it mean to bear one another’s burdens… and WHY should I do that?
Jesus came to set us free… but free from what? And free to do what?
What blessings does God give us when He makes us “children of the King,” and why would anyone want to try to steal those blessings away from us?
The Galatians were clothed with Christ, but they’d been convinced that Jesus wasn’t enough. Someone had told them they needed to follow rules and laws to be acceptable to God. Why was that false?
Paul “stood in the gap.” A heresy was threatening the churches in Galatia that was so powerful that even Peter and Barnabas were swayed by its influence. What Paul did can tell us a lot about the importance of standing firm against false teachings and standing up to protect God’s people.
Christianity is about making a choice. Do I choose to do things God’s way, or mine? Do I choose to follow His wishes, or the wishes of others who disagree with Him? The Bible repeatedly tells us: “Make a choice.”
The Bible has always been honest with us about the potential dangers of discipleship. It speaks of the real possibilities of abuse, prison and even death. Is there ever a time when it’s NOT worth it to be a Christian?
Did the walls of Jericho actually fall (hint: yes)? And if they did, what can that tell us about God’s power and of our faith in Him?
Moses had it all – power, prestige, and position. He was the son of Pharaoh’s daughter and was destined to be a man of prominence. But then he said no to all that. Why did he do that, and what can that mean to us?