Devotions In Job: July 8th

Exposition: This statement is utterly hopeless without the cross. If God's justice is as pure and perfect as Bildad has already stated in verses 3-4 then Job must be pure and upright to perfection in order to be restored. That is a standard to high to reach for the human soul. The Gospel slightly edits … Continue reading Devotions In Job: July 8th

These Hands

These hands have ruined everything they have touched. These ears have heard the cry, "Guilty!", from God the Just. These eyes have witnessed things they can't unsee. This tongue can tell the awful taste those things always leave. This nose has smelled the awful stench from my rotten heart. It beats a little softer every … Continue reading These Hands

The Tears That Wet the Soil: A Short Poem From Luke 19:41-44

The tears that wet the soil Beneath the Master's feet Hushed the roaring praises of the crowd. And calmed the pious anger Of the prideful Pharisees Even they refused to make a sound. They'd cried, "the king has come!" "The promised one of old!" "Hosanna, He has come to bring us peace!" Such joyous praise … Continue reading The Tears That Wet the Soil: A Short Poem From Luke 19:41-44