When my second cousin was four years old and he would get upset, he would pout and furrow his forehead the best he could and say, “I am mad-at-you-sad-at-you.” I would try my best to take him seriously and validate his feelings by not smiling or laughing. Today, I am definitely not smiling or laughing … Continue reading Angry Conversations with God
When was the last time you sat in awe of the fact that God loves you? When was the last time that you expressed gratitude that God – the Maker of rivers and tears – has set aside time in His schedule of controlling the world to talk to you? Does it move you that He will give you His individual attention at the drop of the hat – yea, before you call He’s already answered and while you are speaking He has already heard?
Maya Angelou, Humility and Divine Amazement Continue reading Maya Angelou, Humility and Divine Amazement
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5 “[Love] … is not touchy or fretful or resentful; it takes no account of the evil done to it [it pays no attention to a suffered wrong].” – 1 Cor. 13:5 (Amplified Bible) 5 “[Love]… doesn’t keep track of wrongs.” 1 Cor. 13:5 (GOD’S WORD Translation) Earlier I mentioned that loving God… Continue reading Forgive God
As soon as I got home one day, I dropped my backpack and coat in the middle of the hallway and ran to the washroom. I really had to go pee. (Yes, this blog post is kinda about pee, but kinda isn’t. I have no shame. Read on.) I really should have known better than … Continue reading “It’s Hurting”
I failed my bar exam. I was shocked. I was incredulous. I was hurt. I was disappointed. Then reality set in and the questions ensued. Of course, there were the obvious and practical questions: Did anyone else fail? What would I do with my life? What would I tell my future employer? How would my parents … Continue reading The Incredulity of Faith