Monthly Archives: January 2014

Confession, Venting, and Grace

I am a sinful man. There is no denying my natural bent towards my own self-exaltation. God has been exposing me for who I truly am under the scrupulous light of who He is. This process has proven painful and precious. How often have I doubted the sheer power of God’s grace to accomplish His great glories […]

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Remembering…

Remembering has a way of warming and chilling the heart. Words spoken and left unsaid hover like angels and ghosts over our memories. We are defined by what we say, mournful for what we don’t, and afraid to think about it for too long. Losing people who were part of shaping you is like losing your personality […]

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Overflow

I remember taking physical science in high school and on one occasion we did an experiment to determine if a container was actually full. Our teacher gave instructions to fill the container with water until everyone in the group agreed that is was completely full. She then had each group estimate how many paperclips could […]

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Reflections

The past year has brought many changes into my life. These changes have ranged from joyous to revelatory. Above all the other changes is the tremendous blessing of marriage. Allow me to clarify from the beginning that I do not presume, after six months of being married, to offer any advice; however, I can offer […]

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Marvels and Majesty

The achievements of humanity can certainly astound, yet the disparity of progress and foolishness is itself astounding. Is it not remarkable that we can fly to the moon but are incapable of reaching the destination of good sense? We live in an age of marvels. We need a glimpse of majesty. This is perhaps most […]

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