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The Open Hands of the Gospel

He may have been a wee little man, but he was the kingpin of the Jericho tax cartel. He was a filthy rich little guy, this Zacchaeus. 234 more words


Traffic Nightmare or Blessing?

The traffic was horrible.  I was trapped.  Every street I chose (thinking it was my own personal secret route) was bogged down with traffic.  It was 4pm on a Friday and the traffic was encouraging my impatience.  431 more words

genesis // where it all begins

This is the first part of my series. Read about it here.


Remember: “He who does not love does not know God, for God is Love” 1 John 4:8… 1,309 more words


Poem: Still Waters

Still Waters

The day will come
when the storms pass,
and your head falls still

and you remember love
without fear.

About this poem

Love is a thing of risk, whether it be with a lover or a parent or a new friend. 15 more words

Dropping my best friend off at the airport

She is so beautiful :)

I admire her from afar

Reminiscing on the special times we’ve had together

Brings tears to my eyes that she will no longer be ten minutes away  198 more words


Such Love

“Because he loves me,” says the LORD,
“I will rescue him;

I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name.
He will call upon me, and I will answer him;  29 more words


Diffusing Anger

In his book Christian Patience, Archbishop Ullathorne discusses the nature of anger. He writes: “Anger is not a movement of power, but a weak affection of nature destructive of power, although the angry man mistakes it for power, and at the time revels in it with a sense of satisfaction, as if it were a triumph of strength.” He adds: “Quick temper has a double sting; it stings the heart and stings the tongue.” 266 more words