In honor of Mother's Day, I have posted this poem below. It is my desire that Christian mothers would be strengthened by the truths of this poem. I pray that each one of us that has been blessed with children would realize the incredible power that we have been entrusted with as the great influencers of our world.
Totally where I am at today. Found the hymn by a "providential-accident" (that is an intentional oxymoron). I haven't heard this hymn for a while, but I needed to hear it today. I needed to be reminded that coming to grips with the wickedness and treachery of my own heart (at deeper and deeper levels)... Continue Reading →
I was praying about some music to post, and the Lord brought the hymn When I Survey The Wondrous Cross (Words: Isaac Watts, 1707) to mind. This hymn has been loved by believers for over 300 years, and Charles Wesley author to some 8,889 hymns, liked this hymn so much that he supposedly said that he... Continue Reading →
I was praying and asking God for an encouraging, edifying, God-ward, post for today. This came to mind. I saw it for the first time a couple years ago, (I think, the days, months, and years all run together lately); anyways, this clip was like drinking a glass of cold water on a long hot... Continue Reading →
This two minute intro to Shai Linne's "Lyrical Theology Part 2: Doxology" totally rocks. Well, actually, it totally "hip-hops". Personally, I never got into hip-hop before I heard Shai Linne, but his musical genius combined with his accurate view of the hugeness of our God has opened up a whole new world of "listening pleasure"... Continue Reading →
I came across this poem by John Newton (author of Amazing Grace)some time ago. It probably won't take more than a minute to read, and the lesson it teaches is of eternal value. If you have a minute, check it out. Its Concept is based on Isaiah 29:8, "As when a hungry man dreams, and... Continue Reading →