Although this adventure is in the past, Nathan’s enchanting tale of his continuing journey are well worth the read. Enjoy!
forgive us, your brothers in Christ. forgive us the times we outright sin against you, call us out, but forgive us. forgive us the times we fall short of the life to which we are called. our hearts are desperately wicked, who can understand them, and they work against us and victimize you. like Paul in Romans, we do what we do not want to do.
forgive us the times we see you as no more than a pretty something to be looked at. you are so much more. you are daughters of a true King, you bear the image of the author and creator. you have souls which deserve nourishment and protection, not cheap attention. you are our sisters, whom we should guard in all righteousness.
help us, and understand the sway you have over us. see that we are easily led astray and distracted from the path. …
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Son, Nathan, still blogs occasionally. Gotta share his; his are much more interesting to read than mine.
I think i forgot to reblog this – Nathan is now back in the US and busy, busy, busy as usual.
Amazing message! Praise Yah – all to His Glory!
Today is a little bit different, as I review one of my favorite albums. To call this a review is generous, as that implies objectivity. I have no intention of being objective. My hope with this series is to introduce you to new music, and in response, I hope you will leave your suggestions for me to check out!
I’m not going to pretend to be well-versed in hip hop culture. I’m not going to offer in-depth analysis or compare their work to others. What I am going to tell you is that I have never heard an artist that so consistently produces songs that leave me breathless and in awe of God. Sometimes, it seems they are writing these words straight out of my own life.
The lyrical talents of Braille and Odd Thomas combined with the production of Courtland Urbano combine in this album to create a 44-minute…
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Does anyone actually want to go through their 20s again?! No, actually, we want all the wisdom we gained and the physical strength, but we don’t want the growing pains – it’s just tough.
Can a mom’s heart burst with pride, frustration, and worry at the same time?