Well guys, I am now a poet pursuing publication. For those of you who don't know, for the last five years, I have written what I have affectionately called "stoems," a cross between a short story and a poem. I went an unconventional route with getting feedback on my latest stoem. After sharing it with … Continue reading Update On My Writing: Why This Short Story Writer Turned Poet
The Greek pronoun is plural: Do you not know that y'all are God's temple and that God's spirit dwells in y'all?
Loki could be me. Loki could be you. We want him to be redeemed because we see a reflection of ourselves in him.
#15. The Reckoning Andrew Peterson Thunderstorms come as vivid reminders to us that our God is a consuming fire, infinitely loving but also infinitely holy. We long for Him to show His face in this world but do we really understand what that would mean? Miss my introduction to my "Sons/Songs of Asaph" series? Catch … Continue reading Songs of Asaph: The Reckoning (Andrew Peterson)
#11. MYSTERY OF MERCY Andrew Peterson I love Andrew Peterson's identification with key characters in the Bible in this song and his flipping the cry of Jesus "my God, my God, why has thou forsaken me?" into the cry of the believer "my God, my God, why has thou accepted me?", emphasizing and contrasting the … Continue reading Songs of Asaph: Mystery of Mercy (Andrew Peterson)
THE NINETY AND NINE A beautiful 19th century Scottish hymn based off of The Parable of the Lost Sheep as sung by Andrew Peterson. Miss my introduction to my "Sons/Songs of Asaph" series? Catch up here. Miss my introduction to Andrew Peterson? Read it here. http://youtu.be/5bSCL_7vID8 There were ninety and nine that safely lay In … Continue reading Songs of Asaph: The Ninety and Nine (Andrew Peterson)
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0060652969/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0060652969&linkCode=as2&tag=livinheassha-20 Written in September 2012 when I was 17 As is often the case with C. S. Lewis, some chapters deserve a five star rating, while others a perplexing "1". In "The Problem of Pain" C.S. Lewis addresses primarily the purpose of pain and suffering and identifies it as God's means of getting our … Continue reading The Problem of Pain –review