Tag: jesus

  • It’s Okay to Crash

    It’s Okay to Crash

    You might crash sometimes, and it might hurt. But you don’t have to burn. Maybe you’ve been burning the wick at both ends for too long, but don’t worry–you won’t use up all your fuel. What’s fuelling you? Motivation? Inspiration? Obligation? A few weeks ago, I wrote that it was okay to breathe. I shared […]

  • Poetry Tuesday/Journey Through Lent – Good Friday

    Why should we feel at a loss When we see Him hanging from a cross? With His life he did pay For the sins we commit every day. We can sit here and ask why Our Prince of Peace had to die. Maybe our minds will one day realize That if we truly open our […]

  • Journey Through Lent – My Prayer to the World

    I come before You, O Lord, not to ask for fulfillment of my personal, selfish desires, but to be a seeker of Your wisdom and a follower of Your faith. I come before You, O Lord, not to ask for Your wrath upon my enemies, but to ask for Your help in letting go of […]

  • Journey Through Lent/Poetry Tuesday – Sought and Found

    In a world that seeks truth Amidst millions of lies, Where most so-called values uncouth And anything loosely flies, From where do we gather In hopes to find What is right, rather Than the easy way to bind All virtuous, righteous, and good Acts of pure selflessness From our own brotherhood? But rather crude and […]

  • Poetry Tuesday/Journey Through Lent – Journey

    I hope as you make this sacred journey That the love of the Lord shins down upon your face, Filling you with His unending grace and strength, Uplifting your very heart and soul. I hope as you walk along, You truly feel Jesus walking beside you As your companion and friend. The journey must be […]

  • Poetry Tuesday/Journey Through Lent: Remember

    Remember why He died for us So many years ago, How the mighty Lord proclaimed His glory pure and white as snow. We sometimes find it hard to understand How hard the heart does cry When we do not feel sure About why He had to die. Jesus Christ passed hung from a cross To […]

  • Tuesday Poem/Journeying Through Lent: I Will

    I will kneel at the closed stone door And survive the pain of the meek and poor, Until His light shines upon my face, Filling my spirit with warmth and grace.   I will alone walk down a dark path, Knowing in my heart that He who hath Adorn mercy and unconditional love Shall send […]

  • Poetry Tuesday/Blogmas 2018 – Day 25 #christmas #blogmas #blogmas2018 #christmas2018 – Christmas Truth

    During this special time of year, We hold our loved ones dear. To give a gift is better than to receive. In true spirit, we believe The greater meaning of the season, The central meaning and reason Is Jesus’s birth On this earth. Like the babe wrapped up warm, We can weather any storm If […]

  • Blogmas 2018 – Day 24 #christmas #blogmas #blogmas2018 #christmas2018

    The birth of Jesus, according to the Gospel of Luke: 2 In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. 2 (This was the first census that took place while[a] Quirinius was governor of Syria.) 3 And everyone went to their own town to register. 4 So Joseph also went up from the […]

  • Blogmas 2018 – Day 23 #christmas #blogmas #blogmas2018 #christmas2018

    As we prepare for the coming of the Baby Jesus, today I share with you Mary’s song, as found in the Gospel of Luke: And Mary said: “My soul glorifies the Lord 47     and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, 48 for he has been mindful     of the humble state of his servant. From now on […]