Meditation on Psalm 50.15: This wonderful promise of God comes with a condition.
Proverbs 30.7-9: Many millennia ago, man identified the golden mean. The principle doesn’t work in every area, but Agur found one in which it would help him serve God better.
Psalm 36.7: Here, there is room for everyone, equally. We need only seek God’s protection.
Proverbs 10.31-32: The righteous person uses the right words because he has a relationship with God and ponders how to bless his neighbor’s life.
1 Corinthians 10.24, 33: This is what spiritual freedom is for.
When we enter God’s kingdom and seek it with all our heart, we also encounter the greatness of his power.
1 John 2.9: There is no middle ground between loving and hating a brother in Christ. So what does that love look like? Here’s one clue.
If it was good enough for the apostle Paul, it’s good enough for me!
Pp 4.13: God gives us the desire. But we have to want it.
On the Reddit site, I linked to my prayer, “Hate the things you hate.” A person objected to the idea of God’s hate. God is love, she stated, and hate is the opposite of love. Here’s how I replied.