On the discussion of fear, I have a very healthy fear for those that delight in wrongdoing. Trust me when I say that there are many who like their choices of bad. They have no guilt but actually take pleasure in bringing and giving pain. Fear these folks! Nuff said.
On the discussion of fear, I often wonder what I have hidden in the recesses of my heart. A treacherous beginning in childhood left caverns of unknowns locked away in me and I’ve been searching for them ever since. They are hard to locate later in life. Jesus had an interesting conversation about the “heart”Continue reading “Fear Not Friday | What Do I Carry in My Heart?”
On the discussion of fear, do you have a good fear of religious people? If you don’t — you should. Paul warned the Colossians about such people when he said, “I tell you this so that no one may deceive you by fine-sounding arguments.” From BibRef, “The Greek word Paul uses is paralogizētai, which means “toContinue reading “Fear Not Friday | Sound Judgment”
On the discussion of fear, do you have a healthy fear of spending all your time seeking pleasure? I grew up in our house on Delaware Lane for the first four years of my life. My father had full reign to exercise his demonic desires of pedophilia whenever he wanted. It was an absolute freeContinue reading “Fear Not Friday | Calamity of a Fool”
Understanding. Understanding. Unquestionable understanding. That’s the message that God has for you! It doesn’t matter where you find yourself right now. He gets it! More importantly, He gets YOU. The pain. The confusion. The lack of ability to change. He knows. Stand still. He’s got you!
Pedophiles think they have it all under control. But, they don’t. They are seriously quite frail in life. A featherweight by definition is a person or thing not worth serious consideration. This class of losers are exactly that. With any confrontation, they resist the truth with everything in them. Rejection is something they cannot withstand,Continue reading “~Featherweight~”
My father used to tell me the bible told us we weren’t supposed to call anyone a fool. Well, I’m pretty sure if someone acts foolish, they may be considered a fool. We lived in our house on Delaware Lane for the first four years of my life. My father had full reign to exerciseContinue reading “The Calamity of a Fool”