All it takes is a beautiful fake smile to hide an injured soul and they will never notice how broken you really are. – Robin Williams
Continue reading Beautiful Smile
Jesus came as Light into “darkness,” not because the sun had ceased to shine, but because humanity’s inner black casts a shadow on all creation.
Continue reading Venom in our Veins
I don’t write multiplicity compiling varied reams, I breathe multiplicity on a common theme. Because that’s the essence of Whose I am; my self-awareness, His self-esteem.
Continue reading Simplicity in Multiplicity
easier to play the doldrums
quite natural to hue the blues
won’t make the feels come better
igneous fuel to shortened fuse
Continue reading not the outer skin
I’ve been naked for a while but
in the reflection I’m stripped bare
So much traffic in my heart
fist wrapped around my soul
I don’t think I can take one more whisper of a touch
Continue reading Bared Naked
Poetical Inspiration: Paul Harvey; A Warning from 1965
if I were the enemy of your soul
I’d surely want you to be comfortable
and in constant denial–
Continue reading If I Were
Playing-it-Forward: Issac Wimberly
The people had read of this rescue that was coming through the bloodline of Abraham
They had seen where Micah proclaimed about a ruler to be born in Bethlehem
Daniel prophesy about the restoration of Jerusalem
Isaiah’s cry about the Son of God coming to them
So for them—it was anticipation
Continue reading Crimson Stains
A scientific look at triggers, cognitive dissonance and how our brain works.
Continue reading Freaking Out in The Love Zone
Evangelist Joyce Meyer sought God for the topic of her first sermon, thinking, she confessed, it would be a mountain moving earth-shattering Word. In response to her inquiry The Lord simply said, “tell them I love them.” Taken aback, she replied , “tell them you love them? That’s the first sermon you want me to preach? A child’s memory verse?!”
“They don’t believe it,” He said to her.
Continue reading Tell Them I Love Them
Is his name Jesus Christ?
Continue reading A Painter, A Pastor & A Prayer
“Do you believe that what is true determines what is ethical, or do you believe that what is ethical determines what is true?“
Continue reading Love Is Not a Hue
The world has no problem showing affection and love for those they approve.
Continue reading The Big Bang
Birthed into sin and so imprisoned by death
Chained to slavery, stealing every breath
Raised up right but living out wrong
This was my story and this was my song
Continue reading Heaven’s Poetry
Women are mandated as well, as each have a place and station sanctioned by God- nice to know what that looks like to Him. Thought this well worth the ‘press’.
My wife and I with some friends watched the summer performance of the epic tale of King Author and Queen Guenevere. You will recall in the play that King Author’s most trusted and renowned knight Lancelot gingerly slipped his toe across the marital boundary. It started with an innocent look. Just a look, without premeditation or an evil intent. However, it was a short, slippery step from a look to lust, from infatuation to the bed of infidelity. The look led to a touch. The touch sometime later led to a kiss. The kiss led to adultery. And the adultery led to tragedy.
Continue reading Kill the Law or Kill the Sinner?