Yes, This Blog Site is Still Active

Hello, everybody. It’s been a while. As you see in the title of this blog, I still have an active blog site. I apologize (once again) for my absence, but you know how it is. Sometimes, life gets the best of us. I’m not saying this to imply something tragic has happened. There are a …

Don’t Feed Into the Hate

I have to vent about something. I need to vent about the fake bravado and toughness I see on social media. I want to see people win, whether it is in life, or on social media. The only exception I have to that is when someone tries to get ahead by putting other people down, …

A Flawed Christian

I’m writing this to clear up a misconception about me. A few people have pointed out the differences between my blog page, my books, and my post on social media. “You talk about God, but you also say this and that.” For the record, what I am is a flawed Christians. You know what — …

Admire Your Creation

But let each one test (their) own work, and then (their) reason to boast will be in (themselves) alone and not in (their) neighbor(s). –Galatians 6:4 ESV (Parenthesis used in scripture to replace singular pronouns.) As a writer and author, I would love for everyone to read and admire my work. I long for people …

Rest!

According to some religions, Saturday is considered to be the Sabbath Day, the day of rest. Most Christians believe that Sunday is the reserved day. Regardless of what day it is, I believe we should set aside one day during the week to rest and recharge. I would normally write a detailed blog explaining why …

Does Toxic Positivity Exist?

I’ve been told on two occasions that it was toxic for me to encourage people to be positive. One person even unfollowed me on Twitter for this. My question is, what is so toxic about having a positive outlook on life? With this being said, I’m not suggesting we should be positive all of the …

Execution

It does not matter how my affirmations and biblical scriptures you quote, if we do not physically work on facing your challenges, it will be highly unlikely that we will be successful in facing it. I use the word “unlikely” because there is always that rare chance that we will be successful without preparing ourselves, …

The Revelation Begins

David Christian was confused by the events that were now unfolding around him. He looked up at the sky and noticed that the moon was a sphere of blood. The stars were gone, even though the sky was clear. David stood behind a crowd of over one hundred people. They were there to listen to …

Days of Revelation

David Christian is a man who has been having reoccurring nightmares in which the mayor of Clydesville, Maryland, Paul Solomon, is assassinated. The events in his dreams bother him because they are becoming increasingly intense. He tries to dismiss them, until one day he meets the assassin on the street, a dangerous man who suffers …

Optimistic

It’s the end of January 2021, and even though I thought we had a bad start to the year, I’m still optimistic about the rest of it. I believe the Covid-19 distribution is going to get better, and I believe by the summer we will be able to do the things we did before the …