Does prayer really change anything? I've wondered about this, because if God really wants to do something, He'll go ahead and do it anyway, won't He? He's not going to wait until I get around to praying about it.
For years I looked forward to my retirement, and I did all the right things to prepare for it financially. Well, I've been retired about a year now, and to be honest I'm really bored. I guess money isn't the whole story, is it?
I grew up believing that my race was superior to every other race, and the reason (I was taught) was because that's what the Bible teaches. Does it? If so, then I don't want anything to do with your faith.
If God loves everybody, then why is there so much hate in the world? I'm a member of a racial minority, and I feel it every day—even from people who claim to be Christians.
Is prayer the only way for people to get something from God?
After several years on the job I was recently fired. The company told me that I didn't get along with people and it hindered my performance in the office. Am I really supposed to suppress my anger just because I am a Christian?
Are certain people born with the disposition of being joyful or can people learn to have joy?
I'm in shock, because the doctor has just told me I have a disease that will slowly but surely cripple me and eventually take my life. I had big plans for my retirement years, but now it's all up in the air. Where is God in all this?
It's frustrating to hear about trouble and not be equipped to do anything. How can a person offer themselves as part of the solution if they do not have money to send, or time to give to others who are hurting and in danger?
Sometimes our little boy refuses to say his prayers. What should we do then?