I have no time for asterisks when chasing freedom. Asterisks have no place in the hearts and minds of Jesus’ disciples. Asterisks are a detriment to growing in love, in purity, in truth, in faith and in hope. I view asterisks like a heavy yoke I was never meant to bear. Asterisks are burdens. They … Continue reading Living With No Asterisk
for the mutual edification of the Church One could beg the question: if a particular hatred is not engrained in the soul of a Jesus-follower, do they have a heart after God’s own heart? Let me explain. The Scriptures inform us that God abhors all wickedness and unrighteousness (Prov. 6:16-19, Ps. 5:5). God hates sin … Continue reading A Concern of this ‘Love Movement’
a few nights ago, i felt compelled to grab my journal and begin documenting the thoughts i was receiving inspired by the Holy Ghost. nighttime seems to be prime time for me when hearing from the Spirit. i think it must at least be somewhat due to the quietness of midnight. no bustle and hustle … Continue reading words of worship.
I flew on a plane recently. And from the sight of creation outside my window, I thought: “With no point of reference, You brought me forth from dust. You walked among us as a cloud. Appeared as a burning bush. You paint reddish skies with tints of orange glow. The mountains fashioned with elaborate curves. … Continue reading My Psalm
it’s been 3 years, 2 months, 30 days, 18 hours, 54 minutes and 20 seconds (as of this writing) since the day we first met. we were strangers then, of course. you with your sun hat. me with my Patriots gear. your first words were, “can I look at the internship catalogue after you?” i … Continue reading Happy Birthday to my Eternal Friend
written by Ryan Walters Food for thought on ‘spiritual revival‘ : 1) I’m all for it. But not revival in the sense of bringing religion back into popularity, but the awakening of hearts, souls & minds to their divine purpose on earth. Not revival for revival’ sake, but revival for the sake of Jesus bringing … Continue reading Revival Hasn’t Come | It’s Been
by Ryan Walters When we bear witness to Christ, let us strive to speak & act with tenderness so as to not make someone feel cornered. For if Jesus were to have a conversation with anybody whose yet to receive salvation, they certainly wouldn’t feel cornered– at least in the social aspect of the word. … Continue reading Cornered By Sin
This morning I woke up as if it was any other day. I had plans to attend church per usual. I showered. Got dressed. Made it to the table where I poured some Cheerios into a bowl. Then it happened. Not anything that I saw coming. Not anything that could’ve been predicted. It struck in … Continue reading I Was Paralyzed Yesterday
Written By: Ryan Walters I’m a devout follower of Jesus, but that does not imply I’ve perfected dialogue with Him. I still have plenty of moments where I struggle with my perception of what seems to be a monologue with God instead of a two-way conversation. Interacting with the Divine, of which we’ve been given … Continue reading God Had Something To Tell Me Today
Written By: Ryan Walters in dedication to: my Redeemer & King // my angel Christina // my only immediate family left- Gordz, Benz, Ma Jesus is my best friend. And typing keys to illustrate that through a blog does not seem too conflicting or arduous to present. In fact, it isn’t conflicting at … Continue reading Why Do I Refrain From Inviting Others To Hear About My Top 3?