The Worth of a Sparrow

God, just trying to understand myself is so difficult, then there's trying to express myself accurately and in love. I fail very often. It's such a relief to be known by You. We frail, folly-led humans tend to so often base our ideas of our worth on the imperfections and sins of others: someone misunderstands... Continue Reading →

The Vast Humility of God

God, You are so patient with me, although I am weak and easily frightened or distracted and think foolish things. You remember that I am but dust yet also the bearer of Your image - what humility You show! - and a temple to Your own sacred Spirit, and You show unceasing mercy to me.... Continue Reading →

Answers for the Quiet Heart

Very early this morning I asked God why He had allowed some very painful things to occur in my life. I wasn't angry with Him, and I wasn't insecure about His love for me. I wasn't questioning His involvement or His purposes for my life. I did not ask out of indignation nor out of... Continue Reading →

Song of the Nightingale

I've read biographies and listened to testimonies, but I can't think of another person (besides Jesus) with more of a pure, childlike yet mature faith than this woman. Listen to her tell her story here.

Wallpapers and Quotes

Every once in a while I put a good quote and a good picture together to make my own desktop wallpaper, like the one above. Today I decided to add the ones I made to my website so anyone can use them! Check them out by clicking here!

Childlike & Wise

Have you ever met someone with a childlike spirit? First, we should all recognize that there is a world of difference between childish and childlike. Childish is what no one wants to be around. Childlike is someone who shares a purity of heart, a ready love, an innocent joy, and a never-ending sense of wonder... Continue Reading →

Depths of Thought: Judging Thyself

Most people have a problem with mixed bags. That’s a problem, because most people are mixed bags. We aren’t all good or all bad. Our actions aren’t always good or always bad. Mass murderers are capable of kindness. Gentle-hearted philanthropists are capable of cruelty. At times it feels as though we are at war with... Continue Reading →

Depths of Thought: The Successful Life

What does a successful life look like? Something big, like being rich and famous? Something simpler, like being loved? Something basic, like having one's life "together"? How about this one: Having the time and ability to do what we enjoy? So often we measure our lives to the ideal of what we think life should... Continue Reading →

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