Biblical

Dear Beloved,

I am your Creator; I made you in My image. (Genesis 1:27) I am your Ebenezer; I have brought you this far. (1 Samuel 7:12) I am your Prince of Peace; I have given you rest in all things. (Isaiah 9:6; John 14:27) I am your Cornerstone; I am the strength in your weakness. (Ephesians… Continue reading Dear Beloved,

Poetry

Poem of the Week: “Beauty in the Undertow”

This poem is a reminder to find beauty in the ugly, in the difficult, in the disastrous, and in the discouraging moments of life. Always remember to find the promise in the storm, and you will always be in the presence of your Savior. It wasn't the new day. They didn't ask for the night,… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “Beauty in the Undertow”

Health

October’s Mineral of the Month: Magnesium

In this century of technology, health has become a very important issue. Many people are trying to exercise more and watch how they eat, and I am a complete supporter of health in society. So, I'm going to start writing health posts! This time I'm going write about a certain mineral that is absolutely vital… Continue reading October’s Mineral of the Month: Magnesium

Books

Book Review and Takeaways: Le Morte D’Arthur

A couple weeks ago, I finished reading Thomas Mallory's Le Morte D'Arthur, and I thought it would be a really good book to do a review and takeaways post on. As I was reading, I realized that, as much as we often praise the chivalry of Arthur's day, the morality of beloved Camelot was not… Continue reading Book Review and Takeaways: Le Morte D’Arthur

Poetry

Poem of the Week: “From First Dawn to Last Sigh”

I wrote this poem a couple years ago, and I wanted to share it with you, especially as it relates to roses and life in general. It reminds us how ephemeral life is, and how we should treasure the little moments. Rose had risen at the first crow of the rooster, When the sun was… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “From First Dawn to Last Sigh”

Academic · Books

Book Review & Takeaways: The City of God

I recently finished reading Augustine's The City of God, and I have to say that I honestly enjoyed it, despite Augustine's sometimes annoying detailed analysis of the seemingly insignificant. I say seemingly because Augustine was not an author to waste his time going on tangents or covering topics that were not of the utmost gravity… Continue reading Book Review & Takeaways: The City of God