God supplies the needs of His people according to their needs but does not ordinarily allow stockpiling.
Since the success of believers is tied to our knowledge of and obedience to God's Word, the memorizing of portions of the Bible is advisable.
Worship is accomplished with the life as well as with the words and attitudes of people. Changed and transformed lives testify to the character and supernatural power of the God of heaven. Closeness to Him produces changes in character and holiness.
Rejoicing is the essence of genuine worship. A sad face (apart from remorse for sin or regret concerning the pain of others) is an affront to a gracious and generous God.
Religious truth is not false for being narrow any more than mathematical or scientific truth is false for the same reason.
Common sense religion emphasizes the human contributions that are supposed to move the deity. Valid worship always begins with recognition of what God has already done.
Attachments to older forms of worship may be comfortable, but they may contain elements of falsehood that make them unacceptable to God.
Curiosity is an enormous challenge to godly living.
Truth can be attested by the supernatural, but so can falsehood.
God ought to be given the choice portion of our wealth and not its dregs.
Some believers tend to forget God's persistent faithfulness in the face of the spectacular and showy.
The fear of God does not come naturally to human beings; it must be learned through Scripture, worship, and the hard knocks of experience.
God chose Israel not because they were superior but because of what He could do through them for others.
Error is most painful when it is found inside the family.
The worship practices of the people of God are to be marked by devotion to Him and compassion to the needy.
There is a kind of misguided pity that deals gently with false teachers at the expense of their victims.
Training leaders is part of the work of discipling.
Compassion is easily forsaken in the midst of prosperity, even when this prosperity is God given.
The concept of freedom in Scripture differs from modern notions. Freedom is not a life lived free of restraints but a life that recognizes healthy limits, those that are concern to produce prosperity and order for the person who observes them.
God's Word calls His people to adore Him exclusively and completely and to love people as themselves.
One of the greatest testimonials to God's love is His provision of His Word.
The thoughtful believer recalls God's faithfulness in the past when confronted by any new threat. Part of spiritual maturity is strong sense of one's own history.
Believers should be more concerned for God's opinion of them than for what human opponents might do to their bodies.
Fear of the right type can be beneficial to the people of God (see Prov. 1:7), but the fear of man's hostile intentions seldom fits that category.
Theological error is the most pernicious of errors; it strikes at man's center and separates him from his Creator and Redeemer. God insisted not only that Israelites should judge their own hearts and cast aside falsehood about Him but that they should also confront it wherever it emerged.
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