So, I just got around to watching Disney's Maleficent released last year. I stalled because I'm a bit conflicted in how I feel about Angelina Jolie. But, being a lover of the fantasy genre, Peanut, The Investigator, Entrepreneur and I had a movie night last week after Twix went to sleep. Having recently seen Cinderella in the theater, … Continue reading Lessons learned from Maleficent
Redemption and those dark places in your soul
Texture by Kim Klassen; Follow, 2 layers at 100% soft light with selective masking Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. ~1 Peter 5:7 Well, Peter would certainly know about anxiety. I've done a character study on Peter before but he is just so much fun to pick on. The Peter in … Continue reading Redemption and those dark places in your soul
U is for Unforgiveness
It's just not fair. I'm the injured party here. I'm the one who has suffered. Not them. What they did was simply…. Unforgivable. Forgiveness: to excuse a fault, absolve from payment, pardon, send away, cancel the debt; to stop feeling angry or resentful towards someone for an offense, flaw, or mistake. Forgiveness is an intentional decision to … Continue reading U is for Unforgiveness
Texture by Kim Klassen; Waterfront 7, 30% soft light Though we are incomplete, God loves us completely. Though we are imperfect, He loves us perfectly. Though we may feel lost and without compass, God's love encompasses us completely. He loves every one of us, even those who are flawed, rejected, awkward, sorrowful, or broken. ~Dieter … Continue reading Perfectly Imperfect!
F is for Fail
Have you ever notice how many of our biblical heros had colossal FAILS? This fact alone should put to bed the theory that the Judeo-Christian bible is fabricated by men to invent a religion to gain some sort of twisted popularity. Who in their right mind would want to create and promote a religion with … Continue reading F is for Fail