"Τί ἐστιν ἀλήθεια;" (Pronounced: al-ay'-thi-a)"What is truth?" Our culture has an increasingly odd view of truth. Instead of truth being what is right and objectively so, truth has morphed into something subjective. It is frequently categorized by the individual's feelings or perspective. "Her truth" or "his truth" are valid categories to many in our current … Continue reading ἀλήθεια
What comes to your mind when you first think of this word? Perhaps it is a mob of protestors raising signs? Maybe you think of Twitter trolls, or religious fanaticism? Another alternative is to attribute zeal to those with great drive; these are the people with a "get up and go!" mentality. They are the … Continue reading Zealous
Have you ever wanted something so badly that you felt ill? Have you hoped for an event to occur or awaited the outcome of a decision that you literally ached for your desire to become a reality? The Cambridge Dictionary defines this feeling in this way: A strong feeling of wishing for something, especially something … Continue reading Yearning
Being in Kentucky has been a great experience overall. For one thing, I have been able to witness a much more dramatic unfolding of the seasons! I have seen the green leaves transform into an assortment of colors that even Crayola must envy, I have seen icicles formed on the sides of cliffs turn into … Continue reading Awe
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It's the 2nd day of Advent! What are you reading?? 'Tis the season for Dickens' classics, yuletide carols, Christmas novels, and advent devotionals. Amid the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, I encourage you to take a few minutes out of each day and read from this week's recommended book; whether it is just you, … Continue reading Weekly Word