• Michael Haldas

Questions worth Asking

“Can others see Christ in your actions?”…Do we regard our families and homes as gifts through which God can accomplish his work?” (Life Application Study Bible, John 12:35-36, Romans 16:3)

"An inescapable aspect of that future glory will be the judgment of all men. What will the Lord look for when He judges us? He will not review how many alms we distributed to charity, nor our work in prison ministry. It is dangerous to seek assurance from our investment in such activities."And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, but have not love,” warns Saint Paul,"it profits me nothing” (1 Cor 13:3)...the Lord Jesus sets forth His criteria for judgment: He will look for our love, delight, and gratitude. Will he find His light flowering in our hearts? Do we love, or do we merely calculate?" (Dynamis 2/23/2014)

“If wealth, power, and status mean nothing to God, why do we attribute so much importance to them and so much honor to those who possess them?” (Life Application Study Bible, James 1:10-11)

“Are you willing to change your values in order to know Christ better? Will you fix or rearrange your crowded schedule in order to set aside a few minutes each day for prayer and Bible study?” (Life Application Study Bible, Philippians 3:8)

"In your heart is your faith an opinion to which you subscribe, or a reality to which you submit?" (Joseph Pearce)


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