Dancing With Bruises

  It seems like bruises are part of life’s gift package to us. Dancers are some of the most talented people I know. Their gracefulness can be seen both on and off the stage. A dancer’s training is far from easy. By choosing to become dancers they have made a decision to absorb pain. TheirContinue reading “Dancing With Bruises”

When Giants Mock

Young David stood and looked at Goliath face-to-face.  Physically there was hardly a comparison.  Goliath was almost 10 feet tall, a warrior since birth, we read of his armor–he was like a human tank.  But David was nothing, a pesky boy, nothing more.  Goliath preened and strutted into the field of battle, and simple David was stepping up for hisContinue reading “When Giants Mock”

Worshiping With a Knife

  In the doctrine of biblical hermeneutics there exists the ‘Law of First Mention.” Essentially it means that the first time a word or a concept is mentioned should go on to determine the way it needs to be understood throughout scripture. It is a guiding principle more than anything, and a good one atContinue reading “Worshiping With a Knife”

A Grace Suitable for Sinners Like Me

“Who are protected by the power of God through faith for a salvation ready to be revealed in the last time.” 1 Peter 1:5, NASB Certainty and confidence will never be permanent fixtures in our lives. Yes, I believe there are times of exceptional fortitude when everything just clicks, and we seem to be prettyContinue reading “A Grace Suitable for Sinners Like Me”