Probably one of the most well-known passages from the Bible is Psalm 23:4, which says "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me". This passage was written by David and probably refers to a … Continue reading Life In The Shadow Of Death
Well I'm having another one of those days. My mind is swarming with thoughts and the music is overriding it all. I can hardly focus on any one thing even as I write this and I am really not sure what I'm going to blog about today. I pray that God will help me to … Continue reading Another One Of Those Days
Every day is different for me. Things are never exactly the same from one day to the next. That is one of the beautiful things about life. Variety tends to spice it up a bit. I don't like feeling like I am in a rut and everything is exactly the same. It is tedious and … Continue reading An Average Day With Schizoaffective Disorder
So here we are, another day. As I had my coffee this morning, I was thinking about what to blog about today and I decided on another update on my life. I don't really have any specific plan for this, just a rough idea of what I would like to share. I have been doing … Continue reading Update: Life Is Pretty Good
I feel that God has called me and given me a vision to do something a little out of the ordinary, speaking out about a subject that not many people want to address. In doing this I have accepted the fact that not everyone is going to be on board with it. Some won't understand … Continue reading Who’s To Blame?
Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses that people deal with. It is also the one that most people can relate to, as everybody feels sadness in their lives at some point. Depression can be rooted in life's circumstances, grief or a loss of some kind. When this happens, it is usually episodic … Continue reading Depression In The Church
In Matthew 25:1-13 Jesus tells a parable about ten virgins waiting on a bridegroom to arrive for a wedding feast. These virgins have their lamps and five of them brought extra oil with them in jars to fuel those lamps. The bridegroom is a long time in coming and the virgins become drowsy and fall … Continue reading Keeping Watch