If God is sovereign, why would He allow conflict? Why would He allow division in the organized church? Why would He allow unhealthy churches to exist? What about war? Why does God allow people to believe wrong things about Him? I thought God was supposed to be nice...
It doesn't matter who stands against you or says you can't do it. You are enough. Prove them wrong. This might just be one of the greatest lies in our society. Are we really enough? Or, is this just another way we justify unhealthy pride and get comfortable in our unrighteous condition?
Can we experience true, lasting, and genuine joy on this earth? We know how to escape and find momentary happiness. Can we experience it through the hardship, in our responsibilities, and in spite of life's many stresses?
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We all have inner struggles. What if these inner struggles are good things? What does it mean for us to act from conviction or faith? Why do we often feel like we might be wrong and why are we often brought to question what we think to be true and right?
Jesus died to deliver from sin, yet there is still sin. The promise was given to the Jews, yet the Jews rejected the promise. God desires that all come to repentance, yet most never do. Has God failed? What does this reveal about God's providence in our lives?