"13 When all has been heard, the conclusion of the matter is this: fear God and keep his commands, because this is for all humanity. 14 For God will bring every act to judgment, including every hidden thing, whether good or evil." Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 Now, I know I started with a Bible verse, but my friend who does … Continue reading Following Commandments Have Never Been Easy.
Maybe this is mostly because I am enamored with logic, truth and reason. Maybe this is because I have been accused of being emotionless. Maybe it's the combination but I thoroughly dislike the "you do you" or "do what makes you happy" movement. Movement...is that what you would call it? Lifestyle, maybe? Regardless, I absolutely … Continue reading “Do What Makes You hAPpY”
Is that too long of a title? I don't know, probably, but you did click on it so it must have caught your eye enough to some regard. Anyway, in the midst of the quarantine, I worked at one of the Amazon warehouses for a little less than three months and if any of your … Continue reading I Spent the Summer Working at an Amazon Warehouse
"In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did whatever seemed right to him." Judges 21:25 Spoiler alert, that is the last line from the book of Judges. Skeptical friends, you want to read a disturbing book of the Bible. Read the book of Judges. I hear this question thrown around a lot. … Continue reading Everyone Does What’s Right in Their Own Eyes.
That is the question I've been thinking about for about a week now. Am I truly and wholeheartedly in love with Jesus? My skeptical friend, please don't stop reading now. I promise you it's not this weird and worldly idea of "in love", it's similar to the way you love a parent but like that … Continue reading Am I Madly in Love with Jesus?
So here's the tea, I wrote my last post, you know the one about me being a bad friend? I wrote that probably a week or two before I actually posted it. Anyway, it's been a little bit and I wanted to make a part two. I've been in lots of prayer about who I … Continue reading Friendship From a Christian’s Perspective
"Cancel culture is a social attitude that facilitates the unanimous agreement amongst multiple people that somebody is worthy of hate and slander due to controversial behaviors they have engaged in. Things like using racial or homophobic slurs, saying the n-word, and even offensive videos or tweets by you from several years in the past could … Continue reading My Perspective on Cancel Culture
Do you want to know the most forgivable sin? Being a people-pleaser. "Wait, Kira, what do you mean? People-pleasing isn't a sin..." Let me explain. Short answer: It is. Now, take "most forgivable sin" lightly, that's not in Scripture, I just said it to be funny. All sin is equal in God's eyes. James 2:10 … Continue reading For My People-Pleasers…
With the quarantine, I've felt extra lonely these past twenty to thirty-something days. I miss my friends so much. Technology is great and so I am able to get life updates on all my friends, but I do miss the human interaction aspect part of it. I am sure all of you can relate. And … Continue reading Single & Secure
None of this felt real originally, but with schools, churches, races, etc. shutting down, this is all so real and overwhelming. Now, I still believe that the media is blowing this virus way out of proportion, but regardless, this is what's going on. COVID-19 is real and this is our 2020. We're being told to … Continue reading A Christian During COVID-19…