What would you say is our biggest problem? I believe it's selfishness and self-centeredness –yes, even for Christians!
I think some people don't pray much because they don't understand how powerful prayer really is. The truth is, it's one of the greatest privileges we have as Christians.
I believe we live in a love-starved society. Everywhere you go there are probably people who haven't had the right kind of love in their lives.
Doing nothing is easy, but it is also very dangerous. Where there is no opposition to evil, it multiplies.
The first way we waste time is through what I call "dead works."
Trying to impress other people and make them think that you have it all together is not living. Jesus didn't die for us so we could pretend to be something we're not.
There has never been a time when we've needed to know what we believe and why we believe it more than right now.
I believe that the reason Christians today aren't impressing the world very much is because we are insisting on living our lives based on our way instead of "The Way."
When you think about the future, are you hopeful? Or do you struggle with a sense of dread when you think about the coming days?
Jesus came to earth and died for your sins – not just so you can go to heaven when you die, but so you can live according to His example here on earth.
When, God, when? Chances are you've prayed that prayer recently. Waiting on God is something we can all relate to, and it's one of the most important times to remain strong in our faith.
We will all go through situations in life. Many times, we think the phrase "I'm going through something" is bad news
Have you ever faced a situation and said, "There is no way this can be happening to me"?
Have you ever noticed that it's usually much easier to start a project than to actually finish it?
Would you say that you are living life wholeheartedly or somewhat divided? When you think about serving God, are you settling for doing things that are just good enough or are you committed to excellence?
When I first started my ministry, I felt that God showed me three keys to success. The first was to do whatever I did with excellence.
I want to teach you to fly. Seriously! I want to teach you to soar above the storms of life like an eagle, not flap around the chicken yard like a chicken Christian.
Jesus didn't die so we could have religion. He died so we could have a deep, intimate, personal relationship with God.
I believe that people watch our lives and notice what kind of character we have. I also believe that people want to see Jesus and are crying out, "If He's real, show us!"
I believe there is always power available to us, but a lot of times, we live without power. It's like sitting in the dark when you could turn the lights on.
I think happiness is a goal all of us can agree on. Let's face it—we all would like to be happy.
Do you have an easy life? Are you happy? Do you have plenty of money in the bank? Are all of your relationships going well?
Grace is a word we hear quite a bit, but I don't think we understand what it is like we should.
What is your outlook on life? What is your attitude or your point of view? What do your expectations for the future look like?
Everyone has them — those days when nothing seems to get done, except maybe what you've added to your already lengthy to-do list.