What we treasure is a window into our hearts. When people look through that window, what do they see?
What can Daredevil teach us about good and evil?
Sometimes getting a little offensive is the godly thing to do.
How much money do I need to be happy?
An innocent black man was killed by the cops… again. And again… and again… and again.
Hiding from the consequences of our sin seems to be our knee jerk reaction, but it does not work.
The man Jesus had healed had just been grilled by the religious leaders and mocked for his ignorance. His own parents refused to back him up and he most likely had just been kicked out of the synagogue. But this man when being questioned said, “I might not know all about that. All I know is that I once was blind but now I see.”
Religion has received a bad rap over the past few decades, but even those of us who try our hardest to distance ourselves from being “religious” still tend to be very religious.
Am I like Eli’s sons, or am I like Samuel? Have I used my leadership positions and roles for my own greedy gain, or am I truly a servant?
Emotions are not truly good or bad things. The good and the evil are actually the stimuli that create the emotions as well as the response these emotions create.