The promise of glory is the promise, almost incredible and only possible by the work of Christ, that some of us, that any of us who really chooses, shall actually survive that examination, shall find approval, shall please God. To please God…to be a real ingredient in the divine happiness…to be loved by God, not […]
No fact of contemporary Western life is more evident than its growing distrust of final truth and its implacable questioning of any sure word. Carl Henry, via Greg Thornbury
I was thinking that thinking ain’t so great of a thought When most of your thoughts are in vanity sought And with burdens and worries and anxieties fraught Leaving your nerves all a’frayed and tranquility shot. I recall once before of having been taught that some truths are learned best when they’re caught And a […]
It’s so hard to believe in the good sometimes. Not because I know that it isn’t out there, that I think it isn’t out there, but because I am aware of being swallowed up by emotion. By sadness. By empathy. By emptiness. Is it a sin to be so tenuous in one’s heart? Beyond the […]
When is a fox not a fox? When it’s little and playful and chews on your socks. When it disappears behind the sunflower stalks. When it paws at the door to go out for walks. When she curls up at your toes, no longer a fox.
You may not be able to capture The rocky mountains or the rapture Of the Idaho rivers. But neither Can you contain the weather Of the yellow land that extends forever.