Christian Poetry/Flash Fiction

The Door of Darkness (Christian Poem)

It was a beautiful door.Expensive wood. Carved features. A mind that understood. The door called.It beckoned.It glowed. It welcomed. The words it would sing. Sweet. Soft. Gentle. Words that delighted the soulyetmelted the marrow. I never noticed before.How it alwaysopened to another door. Going from woodto metal. Less beautiful,the effects more internal. The doors became… Continue reading The Door of Darkness (Christian Poem)

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5 Scriptures To Meditate On This Month | Faith

A couple years ago, I would pick out a scripture for the month to meditate on. For the Christian, meditating on God’s word means thinking over and over, chewing the cud so to speak. We use our minds to meditate, not empty them the way contemplative prayer suggests. I’ve written more on How To Mediate… Continue reading 5 Scriptures To Meditate On This Month | Faith

My Life

A Broken Plant Made Me Weep (Realizing God’s Grace)

It was not the brokenness which made me weep, but the grace shown to me through something as simple as a plant. Raising plants from seeds isn’t easy. And then there’s a whole process of what to do once they start growing, and how to prepare soil. Good soil leads to healthy plants, good root… Continue reading A Broken Plant Made Me Weep (Realizing God’s Grace)

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What Is The Connection Between The Wrath of God & A Cup?

Today is a big day. So get out your Bibles, highlighter, notecards, whatever you use, and be ready to explain to someone how God’s wrath can be connected to a cup. We are going to go over multiple, yes, multiple scriptures that connect God’s wrath to a cup. My inspiration for this post comes from… Continue reading What Is The Connection Between The Wrath of God & A Cup?

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He Is Risen!: The Resurrection & Worship (R. C. Sproul)

Why is worship important? How should we treat the worship of God in a church setting, and honestly, in general? Today, R. C. Sproul covers signifiant key points that are vital for the Christian. Happy Resurrection Day!!!! To God Be the Glory! In order to encourage you to check out the video, I’ve turned answers… Continue reading He Is Risen!: The Resurrection & Worship (R. C. Sproul)

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Christ Crucified (R. C. Sproul)

Why is the cross foolish to the world? Today, R. C. Sproul points out why it is important we share the truth of the cross, even if the world denies Christ. To encourage you to listen to the message, I’ve turned answers given in the video into questions, while also sharing some key points. 1… Continue reading Christ Crucified (R. C. Sproul)

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What Did Jesus Do (R. C. Sproul)

The cross carries a burden that only the God-Man could put upon His shoulders. In today’s video, R. C. Sproul goes over justification, propitiation, redemption, and what it meant for Christ to die upon the cross. In order to encourage you to check out the video, I’ve turned answers given into questions, as well as… Continue reading What Did Jesus Do (R. C. Sproul)

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Christ Perfect & Perfected | Importance of Understanding His Humanity 

  I am so excited to share this post today. The perfection of Christ and how HIs second nature of humanity being perfected on the cross was never something I was familiar with growing up. I never thought deeply about Christ having two natures, both the God nature and then adding the humanity nature to… Continue reading Christ Perfect & Perfected | Importance of Understanding His Humanity 

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Answering Critics on Godly Living & Straw Man Fallacy

Last week I shared a blog update, and I originally started to share these thoughts on the post, but then I realized I had an entirely different post taking place. I removed the portion I had to a fresh document, and then really dived into the topic, which you see before you. Godly living is… Continue reading Answering Critics on Godly Living & Straw Man Fallacy

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Did I Commit The Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit / Unpardonable Sin?

There is such an intense fear for the one who believes he or she has committed the unpardonable sin. I used to struggle with this fear myself. And I know many of my readers either want to learn more about the topic, they are afraid of a moment they denounced God/Jesus, or they are terrified… Continue reading Did I Commit The Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit / Unpardonable Sin?