This time of year always has me in a writing mood (whether I get time to or not is entirely another story). Nonetheless, there’s something about the Fall months that seems to usher in a desire for pondering. Perhaps you’ve felt it too? Living in Florida, we don’t see the seasons change that drastically but
Category: Waking Eve
“He commands His blessings concerning the righteous.” Deuteronomy 28:8 If you’ve ever gone through a period of grief or been near to someone who has, then you know the saying, “Don’t worry, God will make good of it all in some way. He makes everything perfect.” It seems it’s the go-to line for most Christians.
If you know anything about my story, then you may recall that I refer to my decision point as The Pendulum Promise. In my hour of most desperate need, when all hope of joy seemed lost, I trusted Jesus to give me strength for the journey. And it’s been a journey! For the first time
People have asked me why Catholics go to confession so often. Why not go directly to Jesus and be done with it they ask? I could give you a really long theological answer for why Paul tells James we should confess our sins to each other, how confession restores our friendship with God by washing
If all Christ did was take our punishment then we would owe him our gratitude not our hearts. Holiness is a response to being loved well. The Crucifixion of Christ was abundantly more than an offering of substitution for our sins. God was not pleased to punish anyone for crimes he did not commit. Nor