The Little Word “When”

I've always felt a little bad for Job. Here's this righteous man of God who's so amazing that the Lord actually brags about him (Job 1:8 "8 Then the Lord said to Satan, “Have you considered my servant Job? There is no one on earth like him; he is blameless and upright, a man who … Continue reading The Little Word “When”


Breech When trust dies Wrung out like laundry Hung on lines of self-pronounced justice Vindicated When we feel the right is ours Stretched on racks of ethics Thin like lines that mark the face of the worn Tired When forgiveness takes a backseat to rightness Dripping like oil down the beard of the judge Anointing … Continue reading Bitterness


Anyone who has been a Christian for any amount of time knows a thing or two about forgiveness. First, there’s the fact that we’ve been forgiven so much, a concept that still blows my mind when I think of some of the things I’ve done or worse yet, acknowledge the things my heart was capable … Continue reading Forgiveness