Have you ever struggled to hear God’s voice? Have you ever been sure you have heard Him, only to find out later that you heard Him wrong? This happens to me all the time.
There will be two kinds of churches in the end times, and we are already seeing the divisions now. The first is the self-preserving church, and the second is the victorious church.
When I was in elementary school, I tried learning how to knit. I always knit with such tight tension, however, that I never got past the early stages of any of my projects. Apparently I was too anxious to knit well.
You may have heard the term “prayer closet,” referring to a private place where you can be alone to pray and spend time with God. You may also know from experience that closets tend to collect all kinds of unnecessary junk over the years.
What does that mean? When we’ve been wronged, we want justice. We want to feel vindicated in our victimhood. We want someone in authority to comfort us, to assure us that wrongs don’t go unpunished, to re-establish our sense of safety and security while we are living among others.
I had a great weekend working on Ashes (the the sequel to Weakness), adding almost 15,000 words to the rough draft. This got me thinking about the pros and cons of writing with music.
Last week we talked about sin. Everyone has sinned, and Jesus died so we wouldn’t have to bear the suffering, shame, or punishment associated with our sin. But what do we do once we recognize our sin? The next step is repentance. Some of you may be familiar with the …
Wonder Woman just opened in Korea. I’ve been too busy to breathe for months, so I carved out some time to watch it.
[Note: This post contains references (read: major spoilers) to the ending of The Inventor’s Slave. If you have an aversion to spoilers, you may want to consider reading the book first.]
Note: This will probably be a controversial post.