Fluent in Pain

This rendition of the Bible parable of Lazarus and the rich man in Luke is a poetic reminder that we are all commanded to love even the poor.


Insecurity is not something to run from because it serves as an insight to certain aspects of our spirituality that need to be addressed.

For the Love of God

The author gives insights to his poem, Greatest Fear, which focuses on the intentions behind why people do good things. This analysis compares the validity of fear versus love in an individual's relationship with God.

Walk on Water

Emotions can be like dark seas in an unpredictable storm. Yahusha [Jesus Christ] Messiah is the love and peace that stills the storm within.

Choose righteousness

Grow not weary of well-doing, but walk in the works of God which he hath preordained before the foundation of the world, that you might walk in them. Lose not sight of your reward which will assuredly await you if you hold fast to that holy gospel which you have learned from the beginning. Set... Continue Reading →

the dream

Morning of May 10th... Last night I dreamed Of most vivid proportion The cities shaken In dramatic destruction Cables whipping No more shocked than I Ashes raining Like snow in July Cars tumbling Down mountains of street Dogs buried in holes Several feet deep My heart, a drum That beats and pounds As I frantically... Continue Reading →


People say that no one is perfect, but is that really true?  Perfection is defined as having all required and desired elements, qualities, and characteristics; to be complete.  All those who are in Christ are complete and shall lack no good thing. Even in our weakness, Christ makes us perfect. His grace is sufficient!  Let us... Continue Reading →

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