The way you answer this question says a lot about your relationship with God.
Stone a person to death. It is a command that feels icky and uncomfortable and wicked. Why did God have to kill people? How could He be so cruel?
We attend church. We call ourselves Christians. We insist that we believe in God. It all looks and sounds very good, but we've forgotten something crucial.
If you won one million dollars, what would you do first? How would you live? What if instead of the million dollars, you were given something even better?
Stop complaining about all God wants to take from you. Open your eyes to every good thing He is ready to give you.
We don't have time for this anymore. It's time to get violent. It's time to fight and deny self. It's time to flee from sin.
This is the truth they don't want you to know - do you get it?
Why do we get mad when God asks us only to treat people how He tells us to, or work how He tells us to, or have sex how He tells us to, or just live life how He tells us to?
How do I give my life to Jesus? How do I become a Christian? How do I truly become a follower of Jesus?
Sometimes insecurities overwhelm me. But other times I look at myself and feel so darn proud. Where's the balance? How should I feel about myself? How do I love myself?