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Her Amazing Love

Im back!! Well, sort of…

One of the biggest reasons that I have not blogged for the last four months is that my world has been completely turned upside down (or should I say, right side up) by one certain amazing individual. I am here to, both repent of my lazy lack of blogging, and to make an attempt at justifying it. If I fail in the latter I will have the former to lean on.


Where have I been? Well, I have been having the great privilege of watching two souls collide into one. And what an amazing thing it has been. Despite my total weakness and inadequacy in life, God has brought the most visible and undeniable reminder of his love and grace right into the center of my undeserving life. Continue reading

The Problem of Love

It has been quite fascinating for me to start to notice recently the prevalent power of love in the life of the human heart. We don’t have to look far to see it. Turn on the radio, see the latest movie, open a random book – and you will very likely find it there. It is quite intriguing to notice that the vast majority of, even just music and poetry, is dedicated to this subject of love. What seems to be more interesting is the fact that most of the things that people write or sing on the subject, is not about the successful achievement of love, but rather about its brokenness and illusive nature.

Looking for love in the life around, you probably won’t find love itself, but you will find a passionate search for it. This seems to be something without which the human heart can seldom live. Everywhere you turn you can always see people who are searching for love in their lives. We all seem to have such a clear perception of what it is, and what it looks like, and yet perfect love always seems to be something we see everywhere except our own real lives. Continue reading

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