It really is more of a reorganization, rather than a total reconstruction. I changed the WordPress theme. While doing so, couldn’t find the photo of the sun shining over the main sail on Cassandra, my Cape Dory. Then I just added a filler for the moment, or so I thought. It dawned on me, the … More More of a Reorganization
There’s a song I like that speaks to going back to the first meeting with Jesus. I can’t go back. I don’t want a restart. And yet I feel like I want to reconstruct JonahzSong, and perhaps myself along the way.
Looking in the mirror, as the steam from the hot shower cleared, I began to comb my hair and realized I’d just pulled it off my face to the side, 1960s surfer style. Opps. My wife doesn’t like That Look. The incident made me start to think. Perhaps I’m headed for another mid-life crisis. But … More I think I’ve become liberal (GASP!)
These verses are from Psalm 57, and also appear as the first two in Psalm 108 with only one use of steadfast. Steadfast is also translated as Fixed. One commentator suggests the psalmist was wavering and declares that his heart is now settled, and fixed. The idea comes through that the psalmist’s heart is fully … More Faceless
Uncompromising seems to have a bad vibe about it these days. It sounds a lot like unwavering. Unwilling to give in. One dictionary defines uncompromising as unwilling to grant concessions or negotiate; inflexible. Another says that uncompromising includes an unwillingness to changes ways or opinions. So to find a compromise with someone, we need to … More Living in peace, uncompromising
In September 2013, in a post, The Murder Book, I talked about a fictional detective who constantly reads and re-reads what is called a murder book, which contains all the facts gather on a particular case.
It’s early morning here in North Georgia. After a cold Winter, the last few weeks have been nice, with temperatures in the mid-60s. Nights, however, have remained cool, dropping into the high 30s and low 40s. This morning I heard quite the ruckus coming from the back of my small lot, out near the creek.