Pretty trees, right? They’re dogwood, and I am allergic. Have been literally struggling to breathe because of them this month. But they’re pretty. Even the devil masquerades as an angel of light… Let the ones with ears to hear, hear.Read more
Though the angry surges roll On my tempest-driven soul, I am peaceful, for I know, Wildly though the winds may blow, I’ve an anchor safe and sure, That shall evermore endure. Refrain: And it holds, my anchor holds: Blow your wildest, then, O gale, On my bark so small and frail; By His grace I […]Read more "Testimony: My Anchor Holds"
“What are these feeble people doing? Will they restore their wall? … Can they bring the stones back to life from those heaps of rubble – burned as they are?” (Nehemiah 4:2 NIV) Is there hope for revival in the American Church? Only to the degree that we – the intercessors, gap-standers, and restoration workers […]Read more "A Call to Intercessors, Gap-Standers, and Restoration Workers"
At the beginning of the book of Revelation, Jesus comes to John and tells him to write down the things he is about to see and hear in a scroll and send them to seven churches in seven different cities. I believe there were seven physical gatherings to which this vision was sent, but I also believe […]Read more "Wake Up and Bear Witness"
While most of the rest of the Church is looking at this man, I am watching this one. Let the ones with ears to hear, hear.Read more
They say sometimes you win some Sometimes you lose some And right now Right now I’m losing bad I’ve stood on this stage Night after night Reminding the broken It’ll be alright But right now Oh right now I just can’t It’s easy to sing When there’s nothing to bring me down But what will […]Read more "Testimony: Even If by Mercy Me"
After six years, I have returned to the place I first heard my call – the book of Ezekiel. The words I’m hearing and the words I’m speaking will be from there for the time being. Lately, this passage in Ezekiel 13 has convicted me: “Woe to the foolish prophets who follow their own spirit and […]Read more "The Light Does Not Whitewash"