And I, when I came to you, brothers, did not come proclaiming to you the testimony of God with lofty … Continue Reading Simply Christ and Him Crucified
I am a hypocrite. For so many reasons that I don’t care to mention, it’s what I am. Right now, … Continue Reading Hypocrisy From A Hypocrite (or Just Another Nut Talking!)
Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, … Continue Reading That’s Jesus?!? (Psalm 1)
..but I wasn’t the worst kid. This is a statement that most of us can probably look at and tack … Continue Reading What My Mother Didn’t Know: A Story Of Mercy And Grace.
So I was considering a sermon I heard recently about “rest.” Specifically, resting in Christ and how by our very nature, … Continue Reading Stop! Rest! It’s OK!
My life feels like a mess some days. I feel more and more like I’ve failed in so many areas of my … Continue Reading Why I’m NOT A Christian…
Who is more longsuffering than God? In the course of history God has not been the vengeful, quick-to-punish deity He … Continue Reading Long Suffering: Gospel-Centered Patience
Morning on the Boardwalk: What’s behind & What’s ahead. (Written last fall season) Every so often by God’s wonderful providence, I … Continue Reading Walking From Darkness To Light (The Gospel)
My home is a sanctuary from the outside world Doors locked, shades drawn. Nothing can get in. Did I say … Continue Reading A Restful Tree For A Wretched Me
When a family heirloom is passed down from generation to generation. It’s sentimental worth, and why it is considered so priceless, is … Continue Reading Christ’s Heirloom
How do you say, “you’re a sinner”, without sounding like you’re making an excuse for your sin, even if you’re … Continue Reading Mindful Ramblings From A Saintly Sinner
Is it possible to be prodigal from God within the church body? I had the opportunity to hear a wonderful … Continue Reading The Prodigal Christian
This post is a little different. This is a sort of poem I wrote about Paul meeting Jesus on the road … Continue Reading Paul’s Conversion (A Poem)
There is not one unforgivable sin that you can commit while breathing. Whether people care to acknowledge it or not, … Continue Reading Cain’s Mark, God’s Mercy
Most Sundays, when I go to church, I’m alone. I am surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses to be … Continue Reading First Sundays…
I don’t claim to understand every nuance of the relationship between our first parents Adam & Eve and God, but … Continue Reading Adam & Eve: The Fall Towards Grace