Pride Of Finger-Pointing At Church

Finger-pointing at church is hypocrisy at its best and it consumes everyone involved. As I write a more in-depth post on church for tomorrow, I couldn't help but share this piece that didn't fit the post.  We often use a church building, a singular place of gathering, as a crutch. We sometimes isolate ourselves from … Continue reading Pride Of Finger-Pointing At Church

Be Angry & Do Not Sin

It's really easy for us to know what God can do for us, but it's hard to put that knowledge to faith. We must actively work toward this. David did, too. Today's Reading: Psalm Ch. 4  The Faithful Are Safe Again, David calls out to God. He thanks God for easing his stress, and he … Continue reading Be Angry & Do Not Sin

Can I Not Go To Church Without Upsetting God

Short answer, yes, but God may still be displeased with us for other reasons, it is SO much deeper than church attendance...  I've said it before in every single post I've written about church. I'm not against church. If you want to write a comment defending church, and defending how we need to be the … Continue reading Can I Not Go To Church Without Upsetting God

It’s God’s Fault | We Are Broken Believers

Today I was not going to post. Today I was going to work on tomorrow's post. But I've been reading through the blogging community, and my heart is aching. I've been struggling remaining silent, trying to figure out what to say, and what to not to say in relation to is it of God.  I … Continue reading It’s God’s Fault | We Are Broken Believers

Song Sunday | Dear X, You Don’t Own Me (Disciple)

June marks a month of Song Sundays that are Christian Rock songs. Most of the time I share contemporary songs, but I think it would be good to share a few artists that sing Christian Rock. You may be surprised at the songs. They are deep. They speak the truth. When emotions and the darkness … Continue reading Song Sunday | Dear X, You Don’t Own Me (Disciple)

Arguing Complaints

We only have this life that we've been given. We shouldn't be so focused on ourselves, and everything we want, that we miss the greater picture of our purpose. Complaining may give some relief, in regards to, we get something off of our chest. But understand this "relief" is brief. Nothing has been dealt with. … Continue reading Arguing Complaints