Two Distinct Ways: Which to Choose?

Bible Text=> Matthew 7:13-14 “Broad is the way that leads to destruction”. This way i

Mourn the Death of a Church

Mourn the death of a church

Whose eyes are upon the next land to conquer

When its children lay starving in the streets

 

Mourn the death of a church

Who seeks an Arian race of service

Leaving the less than perfect to the fire

 

Mourn the death of a church

Who hails love with condition

And ministry requiring slave like submission

 

My Proverbs I

If I had to choose anyone in the Bible that I resemble, it would be Solomon. This isn’t about his grandeur, but the way he approaches life and his desire for wisdom. Although not divinely inspired, I have written my own proverbs just like him.

 

Many thoughts of all kinds enter my mind, but only things that remain there that are according to His Will are from God.

 

The Word is our daily bread, not an occasional meal lest we starve.

 

Your desires offer a better reflection of yourself than a mirror.

 

Light

An excerpt from chapter 1 of my new book “Like a Tree”

How My Christian Faith Helps My Mental Health Recovery

Living with schizoaffective disorder, PTSD, and generalized anxiety disorder is an everyday struggle. Some days are alright, the demons in my head are neatly tucked away and I can smile and laugh like any other person. Other days the emotional pain is so immense it is physically tangible. On those days it’s all I can do to get dressed and slump into my armchair. Showering, housework, or exercise are impossible. Once I went five days in a row without showering, too broken to do anything but cry. Most days, though, fall somewhere in between the two extremes.

PRAYER: Novena To The Holy Spirit—Day Two, Joy, by Philip Bochanski

From: Novena to the Holy Spirit Hymn: Come, Holy Ghost, Creator Blest Come, Holy Ghost, Creator bles

Mid Afternoon Meditation 5-27-17

My heart pounds in my chest.     The terror of death assaults me. 5 Fear and trembling overwhelm me,

Modesty

“Growing up, Rebecca was taught that modesty was a woman’s issue. She was told that men were visual and didn’t possess self-control, so it was the duty of her and her female friends to keep their male companions on the straight and narrow.

After leaving modesty and purity culture, Rebecca was introduced to the idea that women play no part in loving their male neighbors through their wardrobe. This rhetoric left her thinking: Am I my brother’s keeper?

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