We must know Jesus' life if we are to properly follow Him as Christians. . . . Mark 1:1.
Prayer is an indispensable God-given tool in our Christian journey. . . . Psalm 141:10.
Our level of faith cannot be measured by whether we said "I believe" one time; it must be a continuing presence in our lives. . . . Psalm 141:9.
We must keep our eyes on Christ no matter what life throws at us (or fails to throw at us) so that we can honor God and avoid sinning against Him. . . . Psalm 141:8.
We must be honest in our prayers, remembering that Christ opened wide our access to God in prayer by His sacrifice on the cross. . . . Psalm 141:7.
We must pray that we be willing to accept and heed rebuke when we are caught in sin. . . . Psalm 141:5.
In a conversation with a Jewish man, Jesus clearly delineates the work that will grant eternal life. . . . Luke 10:26-37.
"Our historian wants us to grasp beyond a shadow of a doubt that God is faithful; that His faithfulness is shown when He fights for His people; and that when He fights for His people, His victory is total and resistance is futile." . . . Joshua 10:28-12:24.
Art Azurdia's book "Connected Christianity" challenges us to neither dive into worldliness or pull away from the world, but to strategically and actively love the worldly people we come into contact with.
If you're backslidden in your faith, considering backsliding, or curious for ammo against backsliding, check out Joel Beeke's book, "Getting Back in the Race: the cure for backsliding."