I, Bartimaeus

For the story of Bartimaeus, read Mark 10:46-52. Lord, every day I need You more than the one I lived before. My sins, though small (or so I think), add to the cup You had to drink. Some sorrow comes through tragedy and I cannot but bend my knee. Or pride steps in and takes … Continue reading I, Bartimaeus

The Last One Left?

Elijah was a great prophet. If you’ve in church for any length of time, you have likely heard the story of how he challenged the prophets of Ba’al to a sacrifice duel to see whose God would answer by fire and of course, the true God of Israel did. That was a great moment of … Continue reading The Last One Left?

Pocket Wrinkles

Recently I was up at my grandparents’ helping them with some house- and yard work and ironing was on the list. I’m not an experienced ironer. In fact the only things I have ever really taken the time to iron are my ROTC uniforms in high school (and that ~7 years ago), and my work uniform … Continue reading Pocket Wrinkles

Upcoming

So, for those of you who follow my blog, or who have visited in the past and check in from time to time, and have noticed a lack of new posts, I am pleased to inform you that this week (at some point) I will be writing up all of my recent blog post ideas … Continue reading Upcoming

Martyr Monday: I’m Back!

Christian Genocide in Syria backed by United States So I guess since America is “no longer a Christian nation,” it is now okay for us to support foreign armies who kill Christians… The following text was excerpted from an email from International Christian Concern: According to various sources, Muslim rebels in Syria are targeting Christian … Continue reading Martyr Monday: I’m Back!