I have noticed something growing up in church culture, our perception of God is often skewed. Either by preference, tradition or even scholarship we have a great capacity to misinterpret and miscomunicate who God is to those around us. “(8) For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the… Read More God’s Thoughts are Kind
Is it too much to ask for a little Faith?… Read More A Little Faith
Lost in the fields I cannot find my way, a lion stalks in the darkness seeking whom he will slay A shepherd diligently seeking the lost sheep that is I but the darkness is thick with fog the shepherd cannot find me, I surely am destined to die The air weighs heavy on my back… Read More Refuge in Thy wandering
Who am I God that you consider me one to heed to what you have to say? Who am I to be couunted as one of your children when with your children I did not stay? Who am I really, I ask because I do not know where I stand Who am I to be… Read More Who Am I?
Where have we been, what have we not seen that the people before had not seen or heard? Why is there not revival in our cities and multitudes hanging upon every inspired word? Where have we been, why has the witness, become a witness of evil as it unfolds? Where are we now, where is… Read More Where have we been?
There are inexplicable, variable, spontaneous, and astounding moments in our lives. We are surrounded by lives comprised of these moments and lives on the edifice of them. I find myself caught in the aftermath of one, it is really redefining my four letter enigma called LIFE. I got married! So before I say anything already… Read More A New Horizon
What can sustain a soul devoid of discernment or taste what can fulfill one’s longing in a world full of vanity and waste? The answer is not far removed from our grasp or too obscure for a mind to explore and chase. It is hidden within the joy of a child and behind the facade… Read More Loves Embrace
1Th 5:24 Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it. As a man draws out water from a source he cannot know, where does the water come from and where will it go? Day in day out the man draws from the cistern that remains ever full, Not once doubting its wealth… Read More Faithful
There was this Bible college course this week that has just resonated all through the weekend. It addressed the tangible and the transcendant and how many in this world will only see the tangible missing the mysteries of God. I could elaborate on that for awhile but I want to hone in on the limits… Read More Transcendant Limitations
It is something amazing to Love, truly love. This is way beyond your definitions of the word, this is way beyond the constructs of society, this is of Godly proportions. My words will fail this but I would like to go forward and just share a little about Love. To start, Jesus loves me. I… Read More I Owe it Everything.