Slow Dance with a Dead Body


It’s a really weird title, isn’t it. It draws a mental picture that probably shouldn’t be in our head. But think about the following. Don’t we get kind of miffed if when we talk to someone they absolutely ignore us? And what if someone came to you like this: looking at the ground they mutter … Continue reading

The Great Apathy


Reflecting on the Great Flood, Charles Spurgeon says this: “How marvellous the general apathy! They were all eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, till the awful morning dawned.” Of any moment, place or identity of Man is just this way. What meager number of this day will refuse to be one of the … Continue reading

Golden Silence?


Every day more babies are born. Every day more children come of age to understand the complicated things of life. Every day adults are faced with their own unrighteous inadequacy before God. Every day there are people who have struggled to grasp the gospel and are losing their faith little by little because no one … Continue reading

The Consuming Truth


The following is a hard truth, yet only hard because that is the nature of so many hearts. “For the truth’s sake, which dwelleth in us, and shall be with us for ever.” —2 John 2 Once let the truth of God obtain an entrance into the human heart and subdue the whole man unto … Continue reading

Consider the Robin


In the quietness before dawn, the Robin wakes to consider. Rested, healthy, feathers to preen, hunger to notice, thus a hunt to enjoy. Following his musings (taking stock of who he is): Publicly, loudly, shamelessly, he gives thanks to God before the hunt begins. The open window has been our seat midst the symphony. He … Continue reading

Religious. 😠


It doesn’t matter if they call you religious. So are they. The world worships satan, and thinks themselves free. They look down on anyone who loves God. While they honor false religions and lies, they detest those who are learning to love the righteousness of Christ. Don’t be known as religious man. Your religion is … Continue reading