Shuffling papers quickly, I finish my passing time necessities just in time to catch a glimpse of her coming down the hall. She has her eyes rolling back and forth from wall to wall and along the floor in between, as she usually does. She moves at a long paced saunter down the hall, stopping... Continue Reading →
The struggle is real! I really want to spend more time in long form content and have some great topics, but I cannot seem to find the time! Summer is winding to a close and the school year is revving up. I don't have all the books I need year and really need to focus... Continue Reading →
This is the last chapter of Hosea, and so full of hope! God is represented as dew and shadow for the budding spirit within us.
Another glimpse into Gods wrath against sin. We have a chance to hope in God, or turn on Him in our suffering. What will we chose?
Matthew 11:25-30 At that time Jesus declared, “I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that you have hidden these things from the wise and understanding and revealed them to little children; 26 yes, Father, for such was your gracious will.[g] 27 All things have been handed over to me by my Father, and no one... Continue Reading →
A short musing poem on summer chaos.
Kind of a confusing chapter. When you dig in you can really see the beauty of Hope in God. Our strength leads us where we shouldn't go.
The Shulamite is a wonderful example of the romantic depth we can have as humans, and the beauty of Christ's passion for the church.
The focus of this chapter is the love of the Father for His children and the wieght of their sinful acts.
I love old books! One of the things I look forward to is passing them on to the next generation, chock full of their knowledge...
I'm fortunate to have experiences that lend themselves to understanding this time we live in and the social justice frameworks that are being laid out. I hope that this can be the beginning of an ongoing conversatioon about the importance of perspective in racial and cultural issues.
Hosea is a book of warning of judgement of sin, yet throughout you see the message of hope that God has for all that would "break up the fallow ground".
I feel odd not having posted again until this. I have been hard core wrestling with the developments in the SBC and how that relates to women in the church. I promise, I will have something new soon. I really need to greave right now over what it means to be a woman in the... Continue Reading →
My post for today is actually over at Barefoot in a Holler. You should check it out! Spiritual Calling Calling is more than desires. It's all the little things....