• 4 Quick Thoughts from a Slow Mind

    19 April, 2015

    ​Many decades have passed while countless seasons have waxed and waned, both with a reliability equal to my skill at learning slowly. From an unmeasured Divine patience I now shelter below these thoughts: What the sinner flees to for comfort will in fact become their grave. Refuse to…...[read more]

  • Of Slavery & Greatness

    17 April, 2015

    It is time to corrall my thinking, to fence my mind with divine palings and posts cut from heaven. This is a barricade to protect me from the enemy of world-formed thoughts, and equally be a haven for God's informed thoughts. Jesus ~ ... and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all.…...[read more]

  • 5 Hints @ Humility

    16 April, 2015

    I pen this as a rampant outsider that trusts maybe, that's right just maybe, the good Lord may introduce me some day to be an insider. He who threw away the Crown of Glory for a crown of thorns, exchanged heaven for earth and the throne for a cross - He is the one who can teach me humility. If…...[read more]

  • 4 Items Never Bought

    14 April, 2015

    In a world moulded by gold it is yet to learn the most important things can never be bought. The objects of peace and the home of harmony are never found on stock market floors or within bank safety deposit boxes. Four items of unspeakable value that will never see a 'For Sale' sign are:…...[read more]

  • Esau's Battlegound

    13 April, 2015

    Amazingly Esau and Jesus faced identical battles. Esau's did not last very long. Satan seized an opportunity and mounted a raid on Jesus' future. (And the future of mankind.) An as yet untested Jesus is led by the Holy Spirit into the desert. He eats nothing for forty days. Jesus is at His…...[read more]

  • Esau's Warning

    12 April, 2015

    Esau and Jacob were twins. They shared genes but not love. Jacob seized an opportunity; he mounted a raid on Esau's future and prosperity. Esau traded a bowl of stew to Jacob for his birthright. He sacrificed his future for his present. The birthright was an honor to the first born male. It…...[read more]