When meditations escape out of quivering lips, and passionate pleas become droplets of linguistic scripts, we find some of the greatest literature ever written. The ‘art of living’ captured in words. We set aside time to synchronize the messages within, to the “then and now.” We call them literary giants. Classics to be read over … Continue reading A Prayerful Resolution
Angels adore holiness or sulk in the shadow of revolts ruin (Isaiah 14:12-14). Purity of worship is the angel’s salvation (Revelations 5:11). Impurity in worship their damnation (2 Peter 2:4; Jude 1:6). Created before the lapse of time; repentance, forgiveness, and love’s redemption remain the mystery of infinite wonder to their immortal mind. While mortality … Continue reading Astonishing Angels
What ruptured thoughts can jolt the private conscience like the statement “Put my name on it.” Expectations creep into the array of outcomes. Words like reputation, motivation, venture, risk, incentive, and confidence echo to convey a synonym-like appeal. The phrase is similar to an English idiom “I’ll imprint with my ten fingers.” The point is … Continue reading Put My Name On It
Gratitude: the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. Thankfulness is more than a featured quality in the attitude of a person, more than a pattern of thought, and more than a habit chosen in the 'art of living'. There is a tandem attribute of thankfulness that is able … Continue reading Tandem of Thankfulness
Intro: ‘Smoke and mirrors’ is an English idiom that describes an illusion of things made to look better than what they really are. We can easily accept illusions fueled by our emotions, ambitions, and intellectual struggles in this life. Such, lead us away from the life, the way, and the truth God has given. Rejection is … Continue reading Trilogy of Rejection
One man, one woman declared knowledge in humility observes who balances justice. (1 Samuel 2;Habakkuk 2) One man, one woman departed comfort and security for a blessing. (Genesis 12:1-5;Matthew 1:18-25, 2:13-15;Luke 2:28-35) One man, one woman spared a nation from annihilation. (Genesis 45:5-13;Ester 3:8-13,7:1-6) One man, one woman penned wisdom's poetry to the core of … Continue reading One Man, One Woman.