Hebrews 12:1 points to the fact that all Christians have “sin that so easily entangle us.” Experience tells us this too. Matthew Henry says it is “the sin that has the greatest advantage against us, by the circumstances we are in, our constitution, our company.”
Psalm 90:12 is a prayer asking for wisdom in light of the shortness of our life. Ephesians 5:15-16 tells us to be careful about how we live and to specifically think wisely about how we spend the time that God has given us in our lives.
Many Christians struggle with doubting their salvation or with doubting the sincerity of their faith. In this struggle there is a subtle trap, the danger of examining the strength of your faith rather than focusing on the strength of your Savior.
Do I have to pray every day? Many of us wrestle with some form of this question throughout our Christian lives. If we ask in duty to earn God’s blessings, the answer is No. Christians should take the words earn, merit, and deserve out of our vocabulary when speaking