I will take everything you say, And make it wrong, Turn it into something it’s not, Some nasty old song. Evil’s not your intent, But I will make it that way. My sensitive mind is made up, No matter what you say. I want to push you, For my own selfish reason, To unfairly provoke … Continue reading Poem: Picking a Fight
Unfortunately, it took me having a disease to force me to slow down and breath.
Alone, Her husband dead; Now the widow is at the gate, Her only son in his burial bed.
Those who have a good measure of health may be able to do more hands on work, but it doesn't mean that their service is more important than those that are less hands on.
How I want to be like Mary!
Wives, your husband needs the recognition of your trust where deserving.
Dear Distraught Wife, My heart is breaking for you, and I am angry at the turmoil of sin that is causing you such great distress.
This is an honest rendition of my personal struggle from hours of study trying to genuinely understand Paul's instruction on head covering. It is dire that every Christian diligently devote attention and study to these passages to do their best in obeying God. To be a Corinthian, To know the initial question, To understand the … Continue reading Poem: The Head Covering Question
I've observed her tangled heart for years, Living a downtroddened life, She wasn't expecting. Her husband commanding and demanding from her, No love in the way she desires, Nor the security needed. His impulses and anger getting the best of him, Her cleaning up the messes, Hoping things will change. Him provoking her to her … Continue reading Graceful Woman, You Inspire Me