Psalm 130:1 Out of the depths I cry to You, O LORD!
Lord, when I’m out of my depth
I feel like I’m gasping for breath The wiles of my foes Keep me on my toes Til I fear I’m dancing to death Continue reading →
While you wait for the dawn
Believe On When all hope is gone Believe On Continue reading →
“Master,” Simon replied, “we have worked hard all night without catching anything. But because You say so, I will let down the nets.”
Lord, if I’m being honest
I’m starting to doubt what you promised I feel I’ve been fishing all night Yet nothing still seems to go right Continue reading →
The reason I feel insignificant
Is hard problems feel like a sign I can’t Do what I must To win back the trust Of those of whose hearts I’m a supplicant Continue reading →
Mrs. Jesus #4/7: Thor’s Hammer Day Prologue
Jesus wraps his arms around me and lowers me to the mattress “I’m scared,” I whisper “I know,” he murmurs, kissing my brow “Don’t worry. I will always be with you, even if you can’t see me.”
For the comfort of my body Jesus placed a small cot by the Tree of Life I gaze up at it as he fastens two roots to the holes in my wrists My body is not what I’m worried about
The sensation is what I imagine dialysis fees like Or a blood transfusion The lifeblood of the tree fills me As mine pours into it As my consciously slowly wanders off
To sleep, perchance to dream The Ex-Wife
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The world takes it toll
On the road of our soul It oft hurts like hell When we hear that toll bell Continue reading →
Continued from Part 1
D. Hey buddy, you look like you could use a drink.
E. You can say that again. Make mine a double.
To be honest, I was a little disappointed that the bartender looked like Ted Danson from Cheers. I had somehow been expecting a version of Mr. Tumnus, though fauns aren’t exactly satyrs, and anyway I was confusing Pan with… Dionysus
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