Lust is a dangerous beast that will do whatever it can to survive in our hearts; we must ignore its lies and kill it. . . . Colossians 3:5.
A prayer of my heart right now.
Some things that appear healthy from afar are terminally ill when looked at more closely. . . . various scriptures.
When it comes to killing sin, view it as dead already in Christ and temptation will lose its hold on you. . . . Genesis 22:2.
There may be a situation in which faith healing is valid. . . . Mark 11:24.
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 pray that God would take control in times of temptation so that we may honor Him with our lives. . . . Psalm 141:4.
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."
In his book "The Bruised Reed," Richard Sibbes seeks that we experientially grasp the gentleness of Christ.