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.
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
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
Into what do you immerse yourself? Lately, I’ve neglected many things that I both enjoy and feel as though need to be done. Writing here for JonahzSong is one. There are others. But I pulled out a project I’d planned doing at some point. It was one of those “some time or other when I … More Immersed in a Project
“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 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
The Daily Post Prompt Clumsy It could have been worse. My mother could have said I was like a hog in a china shop. It wasn’t said maliciously. Just an observation based on a me being clumsy. But that only applied on land. In the water it was different. As early as I can remember … More A Bull in a China Shop