March 2022 Favorites

Happy last day of March! It’s the warmest it has been all week and the sky is cloudy. Maybe it will rain. Here are some of the things that caught my eye in this last month: “Good writing is always about things that are important to you, things that are scary to you, things thatContinue reading “March 2022 Favorites”

Bar Trip

By: Gabriela Yareliz It’s a tradition, I guess, that frustrated and relieved law graduates take a trip after graduation and after taking the bar exam. Many go; whether broke, well off, employed, unemployed– August is jet-set time. I got lucky that I got a special gift from above (after all, the Bible says all goodContinue reading “Bar Trip”

Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

“Eyes On The Prize”-Sara Groves Paul and Silas bound in jail Got no money for to go their bail Keep your eyes on the prize, hold on Paul and Silas thought they were lost The dungeon shook and the chains fell off Keep your eyes on the prize, hold on Freedom’s name is mighty sweetContinue reading “Keep Your Eyes on the Prize”

I know in whom I have believed

“He [Paul] assured them that nothing shall fail of all that the Lord hath spoken concerning His tried and faithful ones. They shall arise and shine; for the light of the Lord shall arise upon them. They shall put on their beautiful garments when the glory of the Lord shall be revealed. For a littleContinue reading “I know in whom I have believed”

Powerful Address to Athens

By: Gabriela Yareliz This is one of my favorite speeches and discourses ever given. It was Paul’s address to the men of Athens. It is an address to men of education, skepticism, spirituality and philosophy everywhere. It is poetic, deep, powerful and most of all, truthful. Paul Addressing the Areopagus (Acts 17:22-31) 22 Then PaulContinue reading “Powerful Address to Athens”