Telling the truth in love can uncover the lie of sin. Examine your own life with this in mind.
Insight for Today
Written by Chuck Swindoll, these encouraging devotional thoughts are published seven days per week.
God's moral codes never go out of fashion.
Unfortunately, we have grown accustomed to shrugging off lapses in moral character, manifested in secretive and deceptive lifestyles.
Think about the people you admire and respect most. Does character figure into that assessment? What qualities do you look for in a leader...in an elected official? Do you need to revise your priorities in light of this?
Even the great Apostle Paul worked with his hands to support himself.
By accepting life's tests and temptations as friends, we become men and women of mature character.
What kind of deals do you make when no one is looking? Are you, right now, aware of wrong and giving hearty approval to another's sin?
He who loves us most knows us best. He who knows us best cares the most.
The secret of standing in treacherous times is being willing to "take heed" lest we also fall.
I've noticed that those who are free enough to laugh when something is funny are better equipped not to laugh when nothing is funny.