2021 is over; here are my hopes and goals and prayers for 2022.
2020 is over, but i fear we aren't yet out of the woods; as such, i must continue to focus on Jesus and follow Him.
An appeal for short engagements. . . . 1 Corinthians 7:8-9, 36.
The secret to staying in love is . . . well I guess we’ll find out together, but it definitely starts with a promise.
Lust is a dangerous beast that will do whatever it can to survive in our hearts; we must ignore its lies and kill it. . . . Colossians 3:5.
In this time of isolation, there are still things we can do to grow and develop our romantic relationships. . . . Psalm 73.
Valentine's Day 2020 is a flurry of emotions: some absolutely amazing, some more melancholy. . . . Song of Songs 8:6-7.
2019 is over, and as such i need to fix my eyes firmly on Jesus in 2020 and the ensuing decade.
2018 is over, and as much as I sometimes wish there was a reset button for 2019, God has given me everything I need to trust Him and walk with Him and grow closer to Him in the new year.
I will most likely be absent from the blog for the month of November. Here's why: