The truth is, sometimes you know in your mind God is good, but your heart struggles to understand how He could love you and allow the pain.
When someone says, "I love you," we expect the words to be supported by action. Love is unconditional, selfless, kind and a myriad of other things described in 1 Corinthians 13. Were this person to say those words and then act in such a way that harms, disregards or hurts the object of love, we … Continue reading Remembering How To Love
Thank you for being endearingly REAL LIFE, which in my case, includes some sweetly awkward and RANDOM moments that bring lots of laughter and fun memories. Truly, love, I'm grateful for the fact that for me, a perfect first date for consisted of running late, hugging a tree, swinging on a swing that I wasn't sure … Continue reading Dear love,
I'm sorry. I'm sorry for treating you so poorly. I'm sorry for all of the times I've berated you, abused you and all-around beaten you up with words. I'm sorry for how wrongly I've viewed who you are and who you were created to be.
So I have decided we are all terrible people. I know. Right now, you're thinking what a FANTASTIC motivational speaker I would be. WIN. But really, in the last few months I've become reacquainted with how self-centered and generally oblivious I can be of others. And somehow, I don't think it's just me. Don't worry, though. I, … Continue reading Dear friends,
You are misunderstood quite often, friend. And by quite often, I mean almost 99.9 percent of the time. Especially by Christians like myself. I've grown quite EXHAUSTED of these misunderstandings and distortions. For your sake. And for mine. I have lived 28 years having sexual purity DRILLED into my mind. Any Christian who grew up within my age … Continue reading Dear sexuality,
You can't fix me. I wish you could. I wish I could see what you see when you look at me, because then I might be able to accept your words in that deep down place.