I couldn't ever take shots at God's timing.. because what I've purposed to write here segues perfectly after Resurrection Sunday. Following a celebration of God's splendorous Love.. now what? Let me polish that: God's Love is always to be relished and celebrated and is the pervading muse of Christian worship (in Spirit & in Truth). … Continue reading Tea For Two
The cold and lifeless air of a tomb is a haunting memory. What is perhaps more disturbing is its insisting refrain in the life of the believer. The Bible says the devil prowls like a lion, preying to devour you (1 Peter 5:8); but sometimes it comes as a hiss from the forked tongue of … Continue reading Indelible Grace
Hello, I'm glad you've found your way to this post in particular. There's a simple but profound message that I must deliver and one that can be appreciated by everyone regardless of spiritual belief and practice. If I could liken it to anything, it'd be like the radio or television sounding out that universal blaring … Continue reading P.S.A.
I was at a service. Free spirited, very indie like a lot of ubiquitously admired church movements of our generation. But someone said something on the mic that was terribly exposing. "I can hear God saying: I need you" In specific, "there are places where I need and have use of you." I was coincidentally … Continue reading The needy and the Needless
Happy Sabbath fam, I hope the tea is warm and the coffee is strong. Wherever you are on this blue marble of God's wonder, know that in kindred faith I pray you all peace and readiness to receive of God's Word today. As I prayed earlier this week I was bringing some pressing concerns to … Continue reading The City and its Gates