We have an enemy of our soul who seeks to steal, kill and destroy everything that Jesus died for us to have. We must know who he is and remain sober and vigilant.
I’ll be the first one to admit that there have been times in my walk with the Lord that my faithfulness and loyalty to Him was like the early morning dew that quickly disappears. At times, just like the children of Israel, I played the harlot and chased after things or gave my heart to things that were in direct rebellion to God.
This is a time of correction, shaking and awakening for the Church. As a Church, we have become comfortable, and we are not growing in our comfort. We are becoming stagnant an ineffective. I think it’s important for all of us, as believers in Christ, to pay attention to the signs of the time and what God is saying through them.
“Your love is like the roar of a mighty ocean. Your love is like the strength of a swirling wind.”
“O Child, how they search for Me, because the void inside has their hearts longing and their souls crying out.”
When did my name become a byword? A curse on the tongue of My creation, The ones I created in My image, The ones I sent My only, begotten Son to save. I would tell you that I love you, So that you would turn away from your destruction, The sin that pulls you toContinue reading “Choose Love: A Poem”
“I’m leaving.” I sat there stunned, As the words shot from your lips, Ripping through my flesh, Like a hollow-point shotgun slug. Exploding on impact, As it penetrates my flesh, Severing my aorta, Collateral damage. I forced a smile, As you spoke of your new adventure. But the words didn’t register, As my vision grewContinue reading “Goodbye…For Now: A Poem”
Our love is like seedling, Immature but alive. It hasn’t stopped us from feeling, What has been purposed by the Divine. We are in a precarious state, The Master Gardner keeping us alive. He knows our fate, That we can survive. But the choice is still yours, Whether we will mature, If ourContinue reading “In Full Bloom: A Poem”