Category Archives: Trials

Trial By Fire: Dancing With Nephilim

“Never will I leave you. Never will I forsake you.” –Jesus of Nazareth A friend and mentor blew my mind recently simply by pointing out a subtlety in scripture I had never noticed before ― a detail so minuscule that … Continue reading

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Postcards From the Mohave

“My heart is stirred by a noble theme. My tongue is the pen of a skillful writer.” –Psalms 45:1 The first time I read this verse, my jaw dropped. I had just finished going through an entire week without speaking

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Pain

Is it possible to get used to suffering? What happens when I meditate on truths like Romans 8:28: “For we know that in all things God works to the good of those who love him, who have been called according … Continue reading

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Where Are You, God?

God, why are you inaccessible? Are you avoiding humanity because of all the decay on Planet Earth? What kind of scourging must happen to me before my heart surrenders to you? Please bring it. Don’t hold back. Don’t spare me … Continue reading

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