I used to work at the public library. My coworkers and our boss was awesome, but the pay wasn’t great—$5 minimum wage, because it wasn’t a career—though there was a perk of working there: fine exempt status.
Broken body still breathing Broken heart still beating I’m on the right side of the grass Living fast till I breathe my last But nothing final is final for me I’ll still be dancing in eternity Broken body still breathing Broken heart still bleeding But death has no sting Resurrection is coming To restore everything […]
God expresses His glory, His power and infinitude in His miracles. Now, the miracles of the Bible are amazing, but most of them—excluding the Incarnation and Resurrection—were only temporary in their result. God’s greater glory, however, is expressed in His eternal miracles: our salvation, sanctification, and eventual glorification. Here are my notes, if you’d like […]
How many times in your life have you asked this question: Why me? It’s a poignant and pathetic question, one that I’ve both whispered and screamed to God in some pretty dark moments. And yet, it’s only a smaller, more personalized version of the question that atheists and anti-theists often point to as the “ultimate” […]
Life’s been tough lately, and while it could be—and defiantly has been—worse, it’s still frustrating, irritating, and, yes, depressing to go through times of trial and crisis. And then, there are those moments when you’re forced to decide to either reaffirm your faith in Jesus and His promise that everything will eventually/eternally be made right […]
There’s something wonderful about snow. I’m not entirely sure what it is, but it’s incredible. When you see a field, freshly blanketed in the whitest white that nature can muster, something inside of you begins to long for it. To play in it? Sure. But I think it’s deeper.