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Thou Who Hast First Loved Us

This short prayer is from a book that I’m reading called “The Prayers of Kierkegaard”.  Kierkegaard has long been one of my favorite philosophers and theologians. My prayer is that through Kierkegaard’s words your soul might be stirred and your affections might be set on the one who has (in each and every...

Pascal’s Memorial

In 1654,  Pascal was involved in a carriage accident which left his carriage hanging over the side of a bridge above a raging river. He managed to escape from the danging carriage, but the experience had a significant impact on him.  Two weeks later he had an intense vision which...

So yeah . . .

It really has been over a month since I've put anything on here. I've been reading what I can find of a man by the name of Frederick Buechner (pronounced Beek-ner). One of his quotes that caught my attention is: “Lust is the craving for salt of a man...

Thou Art Incomprehensible!

A prayer by Soren Kierkegaard Father in Heaven! Thou art incomprehensible in Thy creation; Thou livest afar off in a light which no one can penetrate and if we recognize Thee in Thy providence, our knowledge is feeble and veils Thy splendor, Thou who art incomprehensible in Thy splendor....

Li Po

Li Po’s poems were steeped in Taoism and his love of alcohol. Although he was a talented poet, the content of most of his writings are garbage. The following poem is an exception. It is a call to action that many Christians would be wise to embrace. It has...

The Eyes of the LORD

“For the eyes of the LORD range throughout the entire earth, to strengthen those whose heart is true to him.” 2 Chronicles 16:9  “Truly the eye of the LORD is on those who fear him, on those who hope in his steadfast love, to deliver their soul from death, and...

Kierkegaardian Inspiriation

“God creates out of nothing. Wonderful you say. Yes, to be sure, but he does what is still more wonderful: he makes saints out of sinners.” -Soren Kierkegaard “Never cease loving a person, and never give up hope for him, for even the prodigal son who had fallen most...