Where Our Worth Rests

The worth of men should not be reflected from the places they had been nor the places they will be. Nor the achievements they successfully sought or will gain. Our worth must lie solely on the finished work of Christ, which does not change despite our current and future state of being. Continue reading



None, O Lord, that I could ever say be pleasing to You. I fail as I open my mouth.

What makes me deserving of proclaiming Your love to others? Is it my grammatical prowess? My ability in choosing words?

Lord, even if I do have them, none will ever be enough to contain Your goodness. Even if I do have them, may I be reminded that Your sovereign hands are the instruments that shepherds, not mine. Even if I do have them, may my mouth utter love, rather than beating people up as I look down on them. Continue reading