Discontentment can be good.

I think we all have faced discontentment in our life. Whether it is discontentment about the things we have, things we do, or just who we are. Someone else has a better job than you. Someone else is doing so well in school and you've failed yet another class. Someone else has a kind of…

Why do I journal

After writing every day for Februaryfreewrite challenge, I suddenly found myself drained. I thought it was going to serve as a boost for writing, but I didn't realize how mentally and emotionally tiring it would be. I thought it would be refreshing to absorb content instead of producing it for some time. So that's what…

Days 27-28 – Wait and Home

Continuing last blog post... Are you waiting for your transition to home? To your heavenly home? Sometimes I find myself getting ready to go to sleep and thinking "come sooner, Lord Jesus" as I ponder on the day that has just passed. There is so much brokenness around. And not only around, in myself too.…

Day 23-24 – Grave and Resurrect

Oh, these two words are perfect together... It is the ultimate message. For while we were still weak, at the right time, Christ died for the ungodly.Romans 5:6 He died to resurrect us to life. He died to make the dead, heartless, sinful people alive in Himself, give them a new nature. He sacrificed everything…

Day 20 – Hour

A friend told me once "Take it one day at a time. God only gives you 24 hours to love him and love the people. Tomorrow might not come." I end up modifying that motto quite often into "Take it one hour at a time" A day sometimes seems so long. It almost overwhelms me.…

Day 19 – Desire

"Prone to wander, Lord, I feel itProne to leave the God I loveHere's my heart, oh, take and seal itSeal it for Thy courts above" I was reading Romans this morning and ended up at 7:18: "I have the desire to do what is right, but not the ability to carry it out." There is…