You can't claim to love God, but hate or ignore those made in His image. A bite-sized blog.
I used to say that I didn't mind admitting when I was wrong—if it ever happened. But that's not true.
Keeping no records of wrongs means agreeing to live with the consequences of another's sinful behavior.
At the core of who I am, I am petty and spiteful; impatient and unkind.
Vanity, pride, and a deep love for pretty things bred a severe self-loathing at my mediocrity. Anyone smarter, lovelier and more talented was automatically categorized as "enemy"—specially favored and preferred by God.
More than the meeting of the minds, music mediates the meeting of the hearts.
While there are many scriptures that marry worship and song, musical worship is a very small part of living a worshipful life.
In the midst of the chaos, the social-injustice and the tragic, the world often begs the question: "If God is a good God, why do bad things happen to good people?"
If time is the fabric of life, then she is the stitching that brought so many lives together.
I contemplated whether or not to post anything this Writing Wednesday, if only for fear that anything I wrote would be swept up into the angrily tumultuous world that is our current cyberspace, or dismissed as repetitive or irrelevant. Post after post of disturbingly depraved, candid remarks regarding last night's election litter the earth, as America recovers … Continue reading How To Have Faith on November 9th