Scorned

People search for love in an attempt to feel completed. When the thrill of love fades, they are left alone–defeated.   They give their all to another, and expect the same from them, but when they fail to exceed the standard, they berate, point fingers and condemn.   People want things their way. No other option will do. They wonder why they are lonely as … Continue reading Scorned

Love Me

She couldn’t love anymore– nothing would ever be the same. She died on that October morning– all of life consumed by shame. The man she called her hero had robbed her of her zeal. He closed the door behind them, and the villain was revealed. Time and time again, his hand would take a little more of the light that once shined brightly in those … Continue reading Love Me

Living Waters

I woke this morning and was quickly reminded of how blessed I truly am. The blessing was the gift I had received as my feet hit the floor: I woke to see another day. Perhaps I have written about this before, and it is likely, but I have been thinking so much about how precious life truly is in the recent weeks. I am incredibly … Continue reading Living Waters

Silent Waves

The valuable time of peace in a moment of time alone is a treasure I have grown to love after all the troubles I’ve sown A time not long ago when torment had its place my world of disarray left scowl upon my face The way I viewed the world would rob the longing for joy The hole inside my heart filled with that which … Continue reading Silent Waves

Spiritual Imprisonment

5 Signs You’re Legalistic (and probably miserable), by Stephen Altrogge What exactly is legalism? A simple definition is: Legalism is any attempt to gain acceptance or forgiveness from God through your own works or merits. Let me tell you something about being a legalistic Christian: it’s a miserable sin. There are certain sins that I call “happy sins” because even though they’re wrong, they at … Continue reading Spiritual Imprisonment

A World Of Offerings

How will you change the world today in a subtle, yet drastic way? Will you offer a smile to the downer or selfishly look away? Will the tongue be held with self-control or used to voice contempt? Will the anger emotion fill your space to a prideful, contagious extent? Will you offer a piece of your pie to the man who lies in filth? Do … Continue reading A World Of Offerings