There are three women who, unbeknownst to them (and not totally consciously to me either, until recently) inspired the writing of Favored One, and exactly this year–the year I decided to publish the novel of the woman chosen to physically bear the Word of God in her body, and the year I became a differentlyContinue reading “Irrational?”
if I’m doing something that I can’t handle but God has asked of me, then I have to trust that in fact, He’s going to do it, and I am truly confident that He can do a lot more than I ever could.
Some people like to say that Jesus was talking about some teeny gate in Jerusalem which a camel could enter if all of the luggage with which it was loaded down was removed. There may be or have been such a gate, but I don’t buy that that’s what Jesus was talking about because frankly, I think He got kind of a kick out of making really difficult-to-take utterances and meaning them.
I’m not sure it’s actually possible to idolize the Bible…
Why are we all still talking about God’s glory and God’s love as two different things? If someone or something’s “glory” is basically that person or thing’s essence, and “God IS love,” then how would God’s love and God’s glory not be exactly the same thing?
I’m really glad I was invited to do a workshop there because probably I otherwise wouldn’t have taken the time out of my schedule to go, but it was so well worth it.
I wrote a Christmas newsletter back in November and mailed it out with personally designed Christmas cards. In the letter I stated that I would write a post here about the card art by the middle of this month. You might notice that it is now very much the end of this month (not toContinue reading “Comfort, Y’All”
If Jesus is God the Son of God, doesn’t it make sense to give more weight to the words that the Bible tells us He actually spoke, than to other parts of the Bible?
Without the stories, all we’re left with is assumptions. –Jo Saxton
“You know, you don’t have to try to see Jesus in everything all the time.”