At some point in all of our lives, we will feel panicked. What do we do when we feel this way? Do we turn to God and pray? Do we try and find the quickest way out? Do we just accept that we are in it and do nothing? In 2 Kings 6:8-19, Elisha is … Continue reading Sit Still, Pray, and Look
There are really only two things that I distinctly remember from my trip to London back in 2011. The first is a picture that I had my brother take outside the palace where there were two canons that were strategically placed to be my biceps. The other is the trip back. I don't remember the … Continue reading Getting Home
I forever had the way that I look at the FedEx logo changed when I was in high school. We were on a trip, and a girl said that if you look between the e and the x in the logo, you will see an arrow. Now even to this day, I still see that … Continue reading What Do You See?
“That is your gift, you can see the monsters.” This is a quote from the movie “Ms. Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.” In this movie, invisible monsters attack the home of these children, but there are some that are gifted with the ability to see the monsters. This is where the main character of the … Continue reading You Can See the Monsters
In the world today, there is a sharp rise in “sexy” clothing and revealing outfits. A common thing that you would hear from people is “If it offends you, don’t look.” The problem with this type of mindset is it actually elevates the sin that it causes people to commit and puts the responsibility for … Continue reading Makings of Modesty
There are many in the world today who have no idea where they are going or what they are doing with their lives. They are lost in the things of this world and see no way out. Some, just like the guy in the picture, do not even know how to right themselves. This is … Continue reading Lost and Looking
Have you ever been sternly rebuked? Have you ever convicted yourself of doing wrong? How much do you actually appreciate the person who rebukes you? When you are in the moment, it can be very hard to appreciate what the person is telling you, and understand the difficulty that comes with them telling you about … Continue reading Are You Willing to Be A Nathan?