I hear what y’all talking ‘bout | I’m thinking they wanna clone me | With some slight alterations and mental adjustments | To kill my rebellious spirit | I’m thinking they wanna own me. . .
Y’all enamored by the fantasies contained in your reason | Hammered by insanity that’s restraining your thinking | Stammering and calamity is staining your speaking | Rambling and profanity and pain in your reaching
I stared Medusa in the eyes | My heart stone | With Versace shades on | Even she shivered…
I never really bothered with righting my wrongs | I just started living right |And watched my ills get gone | The past rolls on | My will is weak | But His Grace is strong. . .
Much like the death of Augustine’s friend, I suffered the loss of a friend a short time back; although the thoughts resonate with me still.
“Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the splendor of holiness” (Ps. 29:2, ESV)
We, as mere humans, spend so much time debating over topics which the majority of us have difficulty understanding in the first place. Inevitably, the greatest minds of humanity will spend their lives studying certain philosophical subjects on an existential…
The high school students walking into the auditorium didn’t realize that they were being set up. I had been invited to speak at a Christian high school in Bennington, VT. Prior to the kids walking in, I placed a full…
IF. It’s a very small word. When I took a computer science course in college, I wrote a lot of ‘ifs’ while attempting to learn the Pascal programming language. Typically, a programmer would write, “if this happens…Then this should happen.”
Even when you read authors you do not agree with, it opens your eyes to thoughts and perspectives you have not heard before. Of course, this can help you in nuancing your own views of things.
Some movies just get real life characters right. For me the Somalian pirates in the 2013 film, Captain Phillips were played by actors who got their characters spot on.