Under Reconstruction

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.

We’re Right; They’re Wrong; And Christians Still Die as They did in Rome

  Andrew Willow, a host of a conservative radio talk show The Wiklow Majority sub-titles his show with “We’re Right. They’re Wrong. End of Story.” He has a point. According to C.H. Spurgeon (19 June 1834 – 31 January 1892 Baptist Preacher in London) as Christians, as Followers of Y’shuaJesus, we are entitled. We have Christian Privilege. In … More We’re Right; They’re Wrong; And Christians Still Die as They did in Rome

Route 66

Heading east through Arizona on I40 is really an incredible drive. Not far past where I stopped to stick my iPhone out the window and capture these hills is the Tee Pee Trading Post. It’s on the old Route 66

Stagger not at the Promises of G-d; Live Successful Lives

“Unbelief is at the bottom of all our staggerings at God’s promises,” wrote Matthew Henry. He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith, giving glory to God. . . (Romans 4;20) The Creator of the Universe, of all that is, seen and unseen, offers righteousness to His creation; … More Stagger not at the Promises of G-d; Live Successful Lives

Filthy

Filthy is such a, well, filthy word. Even when it’s not associated with dirt, like filthy rich, it still sounds so negative. I like the word feculent. It sounds so upper crust, don’t you know. One could say “Oh, I love your feculent hair,” and one whose vocabulary was normal, would consider it a compliment. Deceptive, isn’t … More Filthy