The devil is a dangerous enemy, but he is only as powerful as we allow him to be.
Am I striving to hear someone say “great job” or my Lord say “Well done good and faithful servant.”
Do we really know what the parable of the Prodigal Son is all about?
There is a prize that is priceless. It is not a diamond, a document, or tuition fees at a prestigious university. This prize is more valuable than all of those things combined.
God gave us a command to “go into all the world and preach the gospel”. That is not age specific.
We may not convert thousands by telling others about God’s word, but if we take one person with us to heaven that would be worth whatever effort we make.
As Christians, we all need to count our blessings and be thankful every day, and not just in November.
A lot of times, I see myself doing the right thing to make others happy instead of actually putting genuine effort into it.
As Christians, we have been enlisted into the Lord’s army, and that means we are to fight for His kingdom.
Death often produces compassion in those left behind, but let’s not reserve compassion exclusively for the graveyard.