Rules For Comments (Why Some May Not Appear)

I’ve been meaning to write up my rules for comments, for a while now. I’ve been debating a little over a year on the best way to respond to comments. While some may not appreciate the direction I’ve decided to go, I do believe this is the wisest decision I can make. Some comments will not … Continue reading Rules For Comments (Why Some May Not Appear)

Ink Of Christian Pen | Poem

Ink that is steady. Words made clear. Flows like it’s ready. Structure, its steer. Suddenly Emotions erupt. Blurry. Unsteady. Smear. The pen is dry. Nothing. Effortless. No words. New ink. Refueled. Words come easy. A writer’s gold mine. Emotions. Self-control. Discipline. What shall you choose? As a Christian blogger and writer, I’ve noticed that just … Continue reading Ink Of Christian Pen | Poem

5 Scriptures On Worldliness | Dangers Of Being Worldly

In today’s world where feelings run rampant and disagreements automatically mean hate, I think it’s important to be reminded of what the scripture says of the world. (ESV) James 4:04, “You adulterous people! Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the … Continue reading 5 Scriptures On Worldliness | Dangers Of Being Worldly

My Rock. My Sword. My Shield. | Scripture (Clarity/Update)

Originally this post was extremely short. I shared what scripture I would be focusing on in March of 2018, and that’s basically it. However, this was another highly looked up post from readers, and I did not like that there was no study on the scripture. So, what you see below is the new post. … Continue reading My Rock. My Sword. My Shield. | Scripture (Clarity/Update)

Why I Have Stopped Talking About My Book Series (For Now)

For those who have been around, I have occasionally shared the reason I started this blog in 2016 was because I was working on a book series. At the time, I was writing my test novels (getting a taste for my story, the characters, and actually writing a novel for the first time. These were … Continue reading Why I Have Stopped Talking About My Book Series (For Now)

What Does Seasoned Salt Have To Do With Suffering?

Recently, I have been focusing on suffering. How does the Lord use our suffering for His good and glory? Today, in my Bible reading, I came across a pretty salty verse. (ESV) Mark 9:50, “Salt is good, but if the salt has lost its saltiness, how will you make it salty again? Have salt in … Continue reading What Does Seasoned Salt Have To Do With Suffering?

Community Prayer | April ‘21

Let’s finish 2021 with praise! If you have an answered prayer SHARE BELOW and I’ll add them each month to the list. 🙂 Let’s praise also, while we pray!  This post is updated, sometimes daily, please check-in for updates, answered prayers, and for continued prayer over the requests. Thank you! Let’s work together on prayer … Continue reading Community Prayer | April ‘21

The Price Of The Cross (Good Friday)

It was good and well. Glorious and pure.  For a time, He walked among us.  Adam and Eve, for sure.  But a lie came through the blissful ignorance. And twisted the truth,  burdening us with brokenness.  Our pride was seeded. Our lust bloomed.  Our eyes turned from God to self. And our soul blackened doom.  … Continue reading The Price Of The Cross (Good Friday)