Upcoming Features

As you few and faithful followers know, I have a weekly post on Wednesday that includes a worship video, lyrics to the selected song, and some of my own personal thoughts on the song and why it touches my heart. Well, another issue has been pressing on my heart for the last week or two … Continue reading Upcoming Features

WYA: Beloved

“Then the Lord said to me, ‘Go again, love a woman who is loved by a lover and is committing adultery, just like the love of the Lord for the children of Israel, who look to other gods.’” –Hosea 3:1 Tomorrow morning I am delivering a testimony at my church of how God honored the … Continue reading WYA: Beloved

The Master’s Mare

My darling, you are like a mare among the king’s stallions.           –Song of Solomon 1:9 I am a blessed mare, a favorite of my Master. I was born a servant and a lowly member of my Master’s work force; nevertheless, He has elevated my position. In the morning, I eat straight from my Master’s hand, … Continue reading The Master’s Mare

WYA: Justified

Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom also we have obtained our introduction by faith into this grace in which we stand; and we exult in hope of the glory of God. –Romans 5:1-2 Justification is a hard thing to grasp. It’s a hard … Continue reading WYA: Justified

Just Words

For my literature class we’ve been required to read “As I Lay Dying”, a novella by William Faulkner.  I must admit, overall I am not impressed. Much of it is stream-of-consciousness (of which I am NOT a fan) and difficult to understand, but there is enough humor in amidst the confusion that it’s bearable. But … Continue reading Just Words

A Horse of Course

I recently re-watched a familiar movie from my teen years, Spirit: Stallion of Cimarron, which has a phenominal score by Hans Zimmer and equally amazing songs by Bryan Adams. My favorite of which comes at a kind of turning point in the movie. The hero of the movie, a seemingly unbreakable alpha horse who ended … Continue reading A Horse of Course

Prodigal Yet Precious

John 1:12– I am God’s child. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word prodigal as “one who spends or gives lavishly and foolishly; characterized by profuse or wasteful expenditure.” Until today I was unaware of this. I only knew of the definition “one who has returned after an absence”. Both apply to the younger son of the … Continue reading Prodigal Yet Precious