What do we do with this? Pretend it didn't happen?
Should Christians sweat the small stuff? (1 Samuel 24)
As long as I don't commit the big sins, I'm good, right?
The missing piece in our relationship with God (1 Samuel 10)
Maybe we did it once, but neglected to keep it up.
Battle of the Gods (1 Samuel 5)
This could alter the course of our lives.
Spoiler Alert: They don’t get away with it (Judges 9)
"Be sure your sin will find you out." It sounds superstitious. It sounds false. Is it?
The bloodsoaked Bible (Judges 1)
The Lord? Violent? Bloodthirsty? Our internal alarm bells are going off. It's time we listen to them.
God doesn’t remember what you did (Joshua 19)
You know how they say "forgive, but don't forget"? Thank God He doesn't think like we do.
When not doing what you want is a good thing (Joshua 15)
As we stand at our fence, greedily arguing with ourselves and with God, we're ignoring everything God has already given us inside His boundaries.
Sure, sin is fun, but have you tasted victory? (Joshua 11)
We can't be perfect. We will never stop making mistakes. But that's not what sin is. Sin has never been a mistake. Sin is a choice.
You never have to lose again (Joshua 10)
Look at us. Doubting. Unsure. Lukewarm. Embarrassed. What if it didn't have to be this way?