Seeds of Truth – Philippians 2:14-15
Do everything without complaining and arguing, so that no one can criticize you. Live clean, innocent lives as children of God, shining like bright lights
in a world full of crooked and perverse people.
Philippians 2:14-15, NLT
How do you conduct your life without complaining and arguing? How do you develop a positive attitude? How do you resolve conflicts with others? How do you get along with difficult people? How do you learn to accept your life circumstances? How do you live a life of thankfulness? How do you live a life that’s clean and innocent? How do you live a life that honors God?
How can you use this verse to inspire your writing?
- How can you share your story through a personal experience article? What takeaway value can you give your readers?
- What insights can you share through a how-to piece?
- How can you use this verse in fiction?
- How can you use this verse in poetry?
- Do you know someone who lives out this verse? Can you interview them and do a personality profile on them?
- What kind of devotion can you write based on this verse?
- How can you explain this verse to children through your writing?
- How can you use this verse when addressing marriage and parenting issues?
- How can you use this verse when addressing relationship issues?
- How can you use this verse when talking about our work or the way we serve God?
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