Posts Tagged destiny

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

A Poopy Diaper

A Poopy Diaper

My son is about nine months old and he is not yet potty trained.  When he was younger he couldn’t really stand to have a poopy diaper.  It was really quite amazing.  As soon as he would finish taking care of business he would look at you with pleading eyes saying, “Please take this smelly […]

Monday, May 17th, 2010

“My Heart is in This!”

God said, “I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after My own heart, who will do all My will.” How would you like for God to say something like that about you?  I definitely would!  David was a man of passion!  David was a warrior!  David was also a man who committed […]

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

You Are Called….A Letter

You Are Called....A Letter

Did you know that you are a walking letter?  In 2 Corinthians Paul uses the theme of letters to describe those who have taken hold of the freedom given them by the life of Christ.  By the sacrifice of Jesus and through your acceptance of His gift, Christ has writ large freedom on your heart.  […]

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

On Eragon (the book)

On Eragon (the book)

For the past couple weeks I have been voraciously devouring a fantasy book.  The events are set in a land long ago filled with dragons, destiny, and devilry.  Eragon, written by the prodigy Christopher Paolini, tells the story of a young boy who is chosen by fate to inherit the legacy of the Dragon Riders.  […]

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Asahel

Asahel

I have read about Asahel before and I had always identified with him because he was fast. I loved track and I imagine that Asahel would have too. But when God guided me to identify with the death of Asahel I was, needless to say, quite confused. “Now Asahel was as fleet-footed as a wild […]

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Live, With a Cap L

Live, With a Cap L

I had a dream the other night about the end of the world.  How much longer do we have?  None of us knows exactly.  The real question that you must ask yourself is, “How much longer do I have?”  Again, the answer is the same, but at once the impact should be far more sudden, […]