We can avoid the pitfall of the Pharisee if we can both judge that the good things we do are good to do and at the same time not rely on our own righteousness.
The Lord bids us persevere in prayer.
We will be tempted to do so, but we must resist the temptation to condition our relationship with God.
Fear and false reasoning are obstacles to hearing the gospel, but these weapons of the Enemy can be overcome.
The Lord wants us to plan for life in heaven.
The Lord is not shy about requiring people to prioritize Him in their lives, and He is does not particularly care about whether it is convenient to be His disciple.
In the trough periods of our spiritual lives, remember what the Lord has done and how we can meet Him.
Rather than knowing the number of those who are saved, the Lord Jesus would like us to strive to be among them.
Faith in Christ gives us the power to believe, hope, and ultimately survive.
The Lord urges us to choose heaven and not fill a spiritual need with physical things.
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