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.
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
*FYI, this poem draws heavily from the myths of mandrakes' appearance, magical properties, and danger. I even include how mandrakes smell like apples. Therefore, you may want to read up on mandrake mythology if you want to grasp this poem's meaning. The smell of apples draws her in, One whisper of “mandrake fruit unveils… Continue reading Why the Mandrake Screams