Puncture

A fiery dart, a flaming arrow, the spear of a Roman soldier. All three have the purpose to puncture as the tip plunges into the mark in which it was intended. Its sole purpose, to neutralize and eliminate the threat.  What is the threat? Anyone or anything making advances for the Kingdom of God.  My …

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Privacy of Her Prayer Closet

Long before we knew of a "War Room" there was a 16 year old girl named Sydney who, in the privacy of her prayer closet she, in the early morning hours, quenched her thirst and tamed her hunger to know the Lord more intimately. Every morning, without an alarm, Sydney woke up and went straight …

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Danger – Thin Ice

I met him today. Frail, weak and tired he sits motionless with his eyes closed in an easy chair. I can tell he's a tall man too. My friend quickly introduces him to me connecting the dots as to why I am here. It takes a lot of strength to work your way out. "Out of where?" you may ask...

Uneven

Uneven are the timbers adjoined to form a cross Erected toward the heavens Blood shed at every cost At His will - His Father beckons   Uneven are the jagged thorns piercing in and pressed firm No, not a crown of jewels adorns A wondrous beauty will transform   Uneven are the streams of blood …

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The Hunt and The Great Escape

In Sacred Miracles I spoke of a murderous dictator, an evil, mad, and insane King Herod who was on his way to kill Peter when an angel of the Lord woke him and instructed him to flee.  The history books report King Herod the Great ruled for some 36 years. You may recall his relentless …

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Two promises – One Way

There is nothing mystical about our Savior, when, how and to whom He was born, and what He came here to do. Likewise, there is a very real opposing enemy. In lies "Two Promises" in scripture below, but only "One Way". "The thief comes only to steal and to kill and to destroy. I have …

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Missing Her

I've heard it said that grief is as individual as a snowflake. I couldn't agree more.  Not having lost a child I can't begin to know or speak to the vast depth of grief a parent must endure. I have watched through the lens pointed at my dear friends. This piece is for them, remembering …

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