Because when you think about it, the negatives can mean positive too. "God if what you call 'blessed' is not the blessed I see, carve your kingdom in my heart and let me see the 'blessed' you mean. Your blessed - I want to see." To some, the "Christianity" they believe is coming to God - the one who … Continue reading Negating Negatives
As another birthday comes close, it hit me with a hard bang that another year of my life has passed and is about to end. My eyes got a little bit wet and teary when I took the time to look back upon what a year it was for me. I remember the same time … Continue reading Eighteen, Indeed.
Well, This is embarrassing. Another confession - my heart never tires of failing now, does it? There was a time last year, particularly - towards the end - that I went idle. I had nothing to write about. At first - I didn't realize the fact that I did get a little confident with myself and … Continue reading Complacency Kills You
I want You to be my first love. I will come to confess that in a worldly perspective, I have always understood the meaning of "first love" as the one you've felt those cringey sparks with first. As You welcomed me with open arms and made me realize things I never realized before, You told … Continue reading First among Firsts
In this world of great peril, nothing is permanent. In contrast to earth, there awaits for those who have truly been saved, a world without conflict and tears. A world without competition, where everyone is equal except for One. Where happiness abounds and Love reigns all the more. Where not a day goes by without … Continue reading And so He says, Endure.
I’m writing out of a heart that longs for something that has long been fulfilled, but at times gets tempted to be found elsewhere. If there’s one thing that I have looked for most in my life, it has always been security. Whether it deals with my future, or in the now. I’ve had my … Continue reading I’m not saying Yes to a Maybe
Before God plucked us out of the fire - we lived our lives selfishly, arrogantly, boastfully and pridefully. Oblivious to the fact that God's purpose for creating us wasn't for us, but for Him. We thought we knew every possible way out. We handled our lives as if we owned it, as if we bought … Continue reading Why God never provided a button that says “UNDO”