Keeping you updated on the more or less inspired thoughts that run through the mind of this pilgrim to Zion from time to time.
Few things in life are more elusive than a person's memory. Things I thought I would never forget five years ago are already buried in the recesses of my mind by a myriad of other impressions, thoughts, feelings, and events. It is no wonder, then, that God constantly calls upon the children of Israel to remember His deeds, remember His covenant love, remember His statutes and Law. We humans constantly need reminders to keep us on track.
One of the most intriguing elements of the Law
Continuing from my previous post - just to keep things organized and not create one massive blog post.
6:12 - that you may not be sluggish, but imitators of those who through faith and patience inherit the promises.
This verse is downright impressive to me. Looking ahead, we see an example of those we should imitating in Hebrews 11. Being sluggish is so easy, however, in a culture that promotes ease and comfort. Many things need to come quickly and exactly when we want
This afternoon, I decided to read through the book of Hebrews. Well, I began in chapter three and read through until the end of chapter ten. Quite illogical, but once again I was struck by the depth and richness of the book of Hebrews. I love how the author speaks of entering God's rest, of the priesthood in the order of Melchizedek being better than that of the order of Levi, of a better ministry in Christ, of the earthy tabernacle being a mere picture of the heavenly tabernacle, of the awesome
The past few months have been emotionally draining. After my sweetheart left on the 6th of January, we've had some of the toughest months to date. I cannot deny that being apart has begun to take its emotional toll on me. Over the past few weeks, I have been randomly waking up at night with my mind racing a mile a minute and my heart beating in my chest. Anxiety, friends tell me.
This weekend, I ruined my sweetheart's weekend. The big problem is that we cannot sit face-to-face, look
A song by Steven Curtis Chapman that expresses how I feel.
If I could only fly
I'd go up and look down from the sky
So I could see the bigger picture
And Lord if I could sit with You
At Your feet for an hour or two
I'm sure I'd ask too many questions
'Cause there's so much going on down here
That I must confess I just don't understand
But I have prayed
And at your feet my whole life has been laid