Subtle it moves, snaring any thread allowed, gathering each to cords that bind. Subtle it moves within a thought unguarded, shifting with the ebb and flow of a moment. Subtle it is, knowing full well access is gained quietly … Continue reading Subtle it is.
Quite likely, even for those who haven’t read the Bible, you’re familiar with this thought. Consider these words expanded: Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them that spitefully Continue reading Love your enemy.
The following story is shared by Glenn Clark (4) in his book I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes ~ Once a Persian philosopher came to a missionary and offered to pay him to read the Bible for an hour each Continue reading Dare to linger.
There’s always a book that seems like its been with us forever. It lingers, from shelf to shelf … as if awaiting its moment to be heard. For me, there are actually a few, but one in particular is The Continue reading Be still ~ know ~
No Escape. This phrase serves as a reminder. Perhaps it would be helpful if it was plastered across our world. Bumper stickers. Billboards. Full-page newspaper ads. Perhaps a Twitter or two? Imagine the conversation. And if it’s a challenge to Continue reading No Escape.
If given a choice of what to talk about, it’s a pretty safe bet a lot of folks would consider my favorite topics to be “pretty heavy.” And it wouldn’t be terribly surprising if, somewhere along the line, I heard Continue reading Lighten up dude!
As I was putting together yesterday’s post, I was drawn to take a moment and search the net, using “Daskalos” (1) for my query. On this particular site – Theosis – one of his “followers” shared about how he was/is Continue reading Be real.