Have you ever read the book of Job? More specifically, have you ever wondered why God commanded three of Job's friends (not all four) to have Job pray for them. Why didn't God have the younger guy (Elihu) pray for the older four? In Job 42:9-10 we read: “So Eliphaz the Temanite and Bildad the … Continue reading Antidotes

Daily Bread

"Give us this day our daily bread." What does the above verse from Matthew even mean? What exactly was Jesus even trying to convey in this prayer pattern He left for us...and why was He so specific in the usage of the words "day" and "daily?" Imagine this wording, "Give us bread." No limitation on … Continue reading Daily Bread

Whispers, Dining With The Enemy, The Screwtape Letters

Insightful. Revelatory. Inspired. Read this and many others by T.R. Noble.

Inside Cup

I’ve been covering the book, The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis with a close sister in Christ. I am reminded over and over again how darkness truly tries to disguise itself so we turn against God and others. How deception will corrupt us from the inside masking anger, bitterness, and allow us to see ourselves always as the victim, and not the one at fault.

Last November, I started a writing project that is a cross between The Screwtape Letters and Pilgrim’s Progress (by John Bunyan). For clarity, I had NOT read at all anything of The Screwtape Letters when I started the project, and I’ve only gone about, maybe, halfway through Pilgrim’s Progress.

Ever since I began the project, there are some things God helped me write down that I cannot stop being aware of now.

Especially when it deals with whispers. 

Whispers are rampant. In music…

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The devil challenged Yahweh twice regarding Job’s faithfulness. With each series of challenges, Job proved that he was committed to God, to the very end. Though Job mourned, felt ill-treated and even abandoned, He still believed in God. The plan of the enemy was to have Job curse God, to have him blaspheme and doubt … Continue reading Faithfulness


Every calendar year, folks make resolutions. Or plans. Or decrees. However you care to look at it, every time the year draws to a close people resolve to do something different. Lose weight. Gain muscles. Exercise more. Sleep less. Make more money. Read more. Eat more vegetables. Eat less meat. Get rid of old clothes. … Continue reading Reset