This is the second thing I'm posting today as an apology for having been absent for so long--sorry! Please enjoy a poem I wrote for my family while I was in college. I Have Missed It All The first night I slept with two kind strangers And closed two tired eyes in sleep; I felt… Continue reading I Have Missed It All
I've been busy in Peru, but I wanted to take the time to share a poem with you on God's wonderful sovereignty, and how we can rest on Him amid our struggles.
In a little red town Where the wicked things bloom And the leaves lose color And profits are smoke, A happy girl sang A happy little song, Trusting in God To bring back the sun In that little red town. In that little red town Where the bell struck twelve Every day, every hour.… Continue reading Joy in That Little Red Town
60 million and counting Dead before they saw their mothers Dead before they got a chance. 60 million and counting And many more wounded Regretting, hating, crying about loss. 60 million and counting, Counting, counting Until America wakes up again. 60 million and counting
I'm sorry for taking so long to post, but I've been in Peru to visit family and see Machu Picchu, making my life busy with random fun and relatives showing up in the traditional Hispanic fashion (unannounced). Besides that, I'm working to provide you guys a detailed study of Genesis 10, and for that, I'm… Continue reading A Minister of Light