I am not so much an activist who stands against abuse,
as I am an advocate for Biblical righteousness
My goal is not to speak out against the evil,
but rather, to speak up for the good.
I’m a warrior for Biblical love.”
~ Zivah Binyamin ~
EXPLORING THE LANDSCAPE OF MY SOUL
“What is a man,” said Athos, “who has no landscape?
Nothing but mirrors and tides.”
~ Anne Michaels, Fugitive Pieces ~
Disciple of Yeshua. Advocate: biblical righteousness and justice.
Nation builder. Wordsmith. Contemplative.
Keen explorer. Avid adventurer. Traveller’s heart.
Heart for people. Building relationships.
Pursuing biblical love.
I'm linking hands with some wonderful writers over at Five-Minute-Friday. Today's prompt? Hidden. GO. Deuteronomy 29:29 is one of my favourite scriptures. It tells us that: “The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things revealed belong to...
Linking hands today with the FMF community where the prompt is: HELP GO. A friend has been led to have her book published. It’s about her journey as a dancer, from secular dancing to spiritual dancing. This is a powerful and exquisite testimony to the romance...
A few months ago, I found myself contemplating the question: “What is prayer?” I was all cosy in my usual prayer space one morning, preparing to engage with YHWH, and suddenly found my voice mute, unable to release the words of praise and worship that were so...
My father was a brilliant man – he had a brilliant mind. He was a man who always approached a situation with wisdom, logic, and most often just some of the plain old common sense. Which is why he was always liked and his counsel often sought after. Although he started...
I’m at the FMF writing feast today, where we’re writing on the prompt: create. Why not join us? GO. Life comes to us in the beat of a heart – and salvation through the blood of Messiah. We are granted these gifts, not for purpose of man, but...
Wordsmith: noun – a skilled user of words [a skilful writer] I remember when I first heard this word. It was in high school, when I was in about Grade 9. My English teacher, Mr Smith, called me one. Not having heard the word before, I didn’t fully understand...
“If you have raced with men on foot, and they have wearied you, how will you compete with horses?
And if in a safe place you fall down, how will you do in the jungle of the Jordan?”
~ Jeremiah 12:5 ~