[Listen to advice] September 2019 I woke up melancholy, troubled by a corroding friendship. Since my friend, Robert, passed away, I've had occasions where I miss him dearly. Robert would have known what to say. Thankfully, I know exactly what he'd say; he gave me these words years ago. He'd say, You have to stop … Continue reading Friendship Wrecked?
[Now to Him who is able…] The devil is good. (Wow, that's a misstatement!) What I mean is this: he's good at what he does. Confusion is the name of the game, and boy has he been trying to do a number on me. Guess what? Long-term, it's not going to work. Satan knows how … Continue reading A Maze of Confusion
Forgive me I'm still learning Forgive me I get some things wrong Forgive me I never meant to hurt you Forgive me I have flaws I pray that I'll learn patience I pray that I'll be kind I pray for understanding I pray that you'll be fine. Forgive me For being so gaurded … Continue reading Forgive Me
[Sweet friendships refresh the soul...] I have a twin. Or at least he will forever be my twin at heart. (May 2009) When I met Chris (online) 14 or so years ago, it was a bit like looking into a mirror; I saw so much of myself in him. We also have many weird "coincidental" … Continue reading The Voyage: It’ll Be Alright
--that is, before and after going gluten-free. (I may expand on the health reasons behind why I went gluten-free in a future post.) All of these pics are a little over a decade old now. I almost typed "century." Haha. Before Going Gluten-Free ...more raisin bread there is, yes. After Going Gluten-Free Andrew says … Continue reading Before and After
[Get behind me, Satan!] We all know that words are powerful. We've been built up by them, and we've been cut down by them. One thing I know for certain is that the devil wants me to overthink and fret about what I write and share. I know that I'm not the only one he'd … Continue reading I Won’t Be Afraid To Be Me
[...thoroughly equipped] It's that time again! Another blogging year has flown right by! It's at years end that I love to take stock of the lessons, the victories, and even my not so memorable moments. All of it teaches me so much, and gives me so many great reasons to praise Jesus. Refocus My first … Continue reading Evaluating the Flight Data