Jesus · Jewish Holidays

Reflections on the Jewish New Year, a call to repentance and why I can’t help myself from telling people about Jesus

“Those who are effectually brought to Christ, cannot but desire that others also may be brought to him.” Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary It wasn’t until a friend asked me to blog about the current Jewish holidays that I even entertained the notion of talking about them. As a Catholic, I have been immersed in scripture,… Continue reading Reflections on the Jewish New Year, a call to repentance and why I can’t help myself from telling people about Jesus

hurricane · Jesus

Psalm 91- A Prayer of Someone who has taken refuge in the Lord

You who dwell in the shelter of the Most High, who abide in the shade of the Almighty, Say to the LORD, “My refuge and fortress, my God in whom I trust.” He will rescue you from the fowler’s snare, from the destroying plague, He will shelter you with his pinions, and under his wings… Continue reading Psalm 91- A Prayer of Someone who has taken refuge in the Lord

Bible · When Scripture Speaks

For your consideration Part 2

For your consideration and reflection today: Acts 13:44-52 On the following sabbath almost the whole city gathered to hear the word of the Lord. When the Jews saw the crowds, they were filled with jealousy and with violent abuse contradicted what Paul said. Both Paul and Barnabas spoke out boldly and said, “It was necessary… Continue reading For your consideration Part 2

Big Dreams · Life

Have Big Dreams? Let them all go… A real life commentary on chasing your dream and finding it right where you are

Many people want to take the “jump.” Motivational speakers talk about it, preachers preach it and the secular world has embraced it. This way of living says that the bloom where you are planted theory is dead. We instead need to do “big” things in far off places. We need to become more than what… Continue reading Have Big Dreams? Let them all go… A real life commentary on chasing your dream and finding it right where you are

scripture · writing

The Pen of the writer is the Staff of the pilgrim

Happy Pilgrims. Those were the words I read this morning. They sounded more to me like an oxymoron than a spiritual taunt, but it intrigued me. It had been several weeks now since I had discovered that my restless spirit was not a curse, but a blessing. But I did not yet have a name… Continue reading The Pen of the writer is the Staff of the pilgrim