Note: This entry has an element of “ranting” today. I apologize in advance. In 1993, Haddaway asked a very eminent question: What is love? Everyone has their own definition for the word. Currently, the most popular description of love seems to be anything that makes people feel good. When you “love” someone, you avoid arguments … More What Is Love?
“How did I get to this place in my life?” This is a burning question that all of us will ask ourselves at some point, whether the situation is good or bad. When unexpected things happen, we sometimes inquire about the journey. The mind and brain are considered to be the most complex part of … More The Mind’s Odyssey
I dedicate this entry to my good friend, Rebecca. The story of Rebekah in Genesis 24 is a short story of a woman who was greatly blessed by simply showing generosity and having a can-do attitude. She is well-known as the mother of twin boys, Esau and Jacob – completing the ultra-famous trio: Abraham, Isaac … More Rebekah
Have you ever had an outer body experience? It is a bizarre – yet common – occurrence, typically taking place during sleep. It is the sensation, dream or even the belief that one is floating away from their physical body. At times a person can watch themselves from across the room; but generally, the person … More The Outer Body Experience: Dying to Self
“Patience is a virtue.” Whoever conceived this quote must have had the last section of Romans on their mind. Greetings, and welcome to the 5th and final piece of the study of the Book of Romans. While these last three chapters – 14, 15 & 16 – touch on a couple of things, the main … More Romans (Part 5 of 5): One People, One Purpose
Is what you’re living for worth Christ dying for? Romans 12:2 is a classic scripture in the Bible that says, “Do not conform to the ways of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Part 4 of this Romans series will cover chapters 12 & 13. These two chapters teach us … More Romans (Part 4 of 5): The Word and The World
“Out with the old; in with the new!” We’ve all heard this saying used in countless contexts many times. As common as this phrase is, it truly sums up the greatest and most spectacular, one-time event that absolutely altered human history forever. Hello again and welcome to Part 3 of Romans entitled Will and Grace, … More Romans (Part 3 of 5): Will and Grace