The Hardening of the Heart

What a better way to take on the New Year than by receiving a new heart and spirit in Christ? In the last part of this little mini-blog-series (Two Hearts), I talked about the two different states of heart: the heart of stone and the heart of flesh. The heart is much more than a blood-pumping organ, it is endowed with spiritual significance. As I said, it is the capsule of our personalities, the content of our consciousness, and it is the state of our mind and being. It is the crux of our spirituality. Because whatever is within our heart flows outwardly, either affecting or infecting every aspect of our lives. Continue reading “The Hardening of the Heart”


Why do bad things happen to good people? We ask ourselves that constantly. Storm clouds roll in and the skies darken. Things seem bleak. What do we do? Where do we run? What is going to happen now? We claw at any morsel of reassurance. I’m here to tell you, no matter who you are, bad things happen to you. It’s a part of life. But there is hope. Continue reading “Hurricane”


Love is something we do not understand. Or at least, we get the jist of it, but we do not comprehend its deepness or its intricacy–whilst staying simple and soothing.

This article is going to be a bit different than the usual. While it provides a lesson, I find it impossible not to include bits of my own testimony. I will talk about the actual sacrificial love of Christ, and how this love is unconditional, deep, and how it can be realized. Continue reading “Barabbas”

Why we pray for “Daily Bread”

In Matthew 6, Jesus is teaching His disciples about prayer. It is in this chapter that we receive the Lord’s Prayer, which is a model of prayer for Christians to use. It was given by Jesus to help us understand how we may communicate with the Father. Not only does it show us how we may communicate with Him, but also that we can. However, more specifically, I have been brought to one specific part of the Lord’s Prayer over and over again for a few weeks, and wanted to share it and what it means. Continue reading “Why we pray for “Daily Bread””


If you’ve ever been in a church you know about altar calls. Service begins with prayer and singing, followed by the preacher stepping forward with an important message from God. But as service winds down, the preacher closes with an invitation to the altar at the front of the church. This is often times the most uncomfortable moment of the entire day. The idea of getting up out of your pew and stepping forward and kneeling at an altar in prayer can be petrifying to some. Continue reading “Altarphobia”

Don’t Look Back

As a Christian, do you ever look back on your old life, before you were saved, in a longing or nostalgic way? Do you ever wish for things to return to their old ways? For old relationships, old interests, old activities, old passions, etc? Let me assure you this is not God’s Will for your life and is in fact a trick devised by the enemy to draw you away from your relationship with God. To understand this better, let’s look at the story of Continue reading “Don’t Look Back”

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