You keep wishing for the day When you can lift your head When theres no pain in Your heart and you don't feel dead You speak the same words Over yourself like they're truth And it leaves a wound In your heart that's never truly healed I know I can't open up and help you... Continue Reading →
Often other guys ask what's wrong with me. They mistake me as being homosexual because I treat women differently. I don't "check out" random women who are pretty. I don't complain about my wife. I look at women entirely differently. In fact, and it's sad to say, differently than even other Christian men. All of... Continue Reading →
'Let us then approach God's throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.' Hebrews 4:6 NIV One thing that often gets in the way of us coming to the father is shame. When the devil makes anyone feel like they're a... Continue Reading →
Encouragement isn't just making people happy. Encouragement is putting courage into people. But how do you put courage into a person? You show them hope. Hope is one of the greatest tools to pull people out of their darkest depths. While we can't physically lift people out of their troubles, what we can do is... Continue Reading →
When I was little I thought I had a superpower. I could sense when things were going to go wrong, or something bad was about to happen. My success ratio was flawless. I thought I could see the future. I kept this knowledge to myself, because I knew, even at a young age, that I... Continue Reading →
In high school there was something that really bothered me a lot, it was the concept of love and why some people would reply 'you must be blind' when you told them 'you're beautiful'; but I soon realised that half our insecurites weren't our truth, it was a truth people had built for us. It's... Continue Reading →
We spend so much time focusing on church that we get swept up in duties rather than doing things to show God how much we love and honour Him.
A book may be plain to look at on a shelf. It may be pretty. Look expensive. Look old and worn. But books weren't made to sit on a shelf.
The problem was that people didn't get me and my mental illness made them doubt the credibility of my spiritual awakening.