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  • Remembrance


    A poem titled “Remembrance” by my great grandmother Florette Kilgore Haguewood, a voice from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, a mysterious echo from the past of sadness and hope in the midst of sorrow.

  • How Can Man See God and Live?

    How Can Man See God and Live?

    Three thousand five hundred years ago, Moses asked God to show him His glory. God answered, “you cannot see my face, for man shall not see me and live.” In my poem and post “How Can Man See God and Live,” I explain how people already have seen God, and how we get to see…

  • The Ladder to Heaven

    The Ladder to Heaven

    You may remember from Sunday school the story of Jacob’s ladder. That’s an Old Testament story that I never really considered that important. In “The Ladder to Heaven,” I show you a deeper significance to this story and how it is actually completed in the New Testament.

  • Spring Cleaning Yourself

    Spring Cleaning Yourself

    It’s time for spring cleaning again! Time to clean out those drawers and sweep those floors. Did you know you can spring clean yourself? If you’re any bit curious about spring cleaning yourself, check out my post, “Spring Cleaning Yourself.”

  • “In Christ Alone” on the Native American Style Flute

    “In Christ Alone” on the Native American Style Flute

    One of the most powerful hymns written in our generation is “In Christ Alone.” Christ is the only hope for mankind. Do you believe this? Whether you do or not, I encourage you to listen to the song, read the lyrics, and read about what this means to me.

  • Seder Lamb

    Seder Lamb

    Jesus is the Passover lamb. Check out my poem “Seder Lamb” and my explanation of how He connects to a tradition that began thousands of years before His life on earth.

  • Righteous Ragamuffins

    One of the best books I could recommend from my last year’s reading is The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning. He does an incredible job of tackling the plight of Christians who keep on sinning and the pride of Christians who think they don’t. According to Manning, we are ragamuffins. What does he mean by…

  • The Pride of Life

    This week, I want to talk about the issue of pride. It’s something that I believe is still deeply rooted in my old nature, and you may struggle with it too. For me, my pride is thinking of myself as better than another person, even for a moment. Now this is different than recognizing God…

  • The Journey Begins

    Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog. I’m making this blog for people interested in spiritual poetry, music, and Biblical life application. I hope it will speak to you if you are a Christian, and I hope it will speak to you if you hold different beliefs as well. I am a Christian, and my…