In a generation where society is attracted climatic episodes, glimmering effects, and relatable characters, darkness appears to rise as an evermore appropriate theme. The vigilante of Gotham of an older generation now has a motion picture of his dark hours of adolescence.
It’s a finicky thing, this life. We are born with hearts full of curiosity. We are relentlessly pursuing things that fascinate us. People begin life full of curiosity, and desiring a journey. The world is full of the remnants of antiquity; some antiquated pages of mythical tales remain, Continue reading “Predestined for Adventure”
There are certain passages recorded in Scripture preserving the ministry of Jesus today that continuously catch me off guard. I, like His twelve original disciples, am confused by things like His statement of “eating His flesh, and drinking His blood” in Jn. 6:53. Continue reading “Not of My Own Initiative”
The moral principles defined in Scripture are a reflection of something that resonates deep inside each of our souls. Yet, these are principles that are understood as practical on a natural level as well. Faith is a vision of what is not yet physical reality, yet trusted on as if it were. Hope is the endurance factor to is somewhat attached with imagination. Love is that deep absolute, and universally recognizable force creates, rather then destroys. Continue reading “Faith, Hope, and Love”