It has been over a month since I have been on here. A lot has transpired between then and now. I started a new job, our car was in great need of repair, and my ill companion of procrastination didn’t want to let go. I have been wanting to get back on this blog and start writing again. As to what to write was plaguing me. I did not want to get involve into politics and things of that nature. There are many good bloggers and podcasters who are perfectly good with the subject of politics and woke culture. My aim and my thoughts were to remain theological in substance. After all, in today’s church climate, feelings and emotions overtake and inform doctrine instead of the other way around. Doctrine informs our feelings and our flesh. For our flesh and feelings are always against us and Satan knows this, thus using these to his advantage. Theology was the Queen of the Sciences in early times, but the Enlightenment period came along and thus Theology was forgotten an dismissed as mere myths of the minds of men.
After thinking and praying, it is my goal and prayer to return to Theology and it’s utter importance in our daily lives when it comes to anxiety, worry, sorrow, loss, as well as other obstacles that come against the Christian who travels as pilgrims in this sin infested world. So, with that said, I have a fe articles that are in the works, subjects of great importance that are relevant to us and needed not to be ignored. I look forward to sharing these articles and I want to give you all a sneak peak at the titles of just a few that I am working on.
So, here are a few:
- The Lord of His Church
- What is a Pastor?
- Is the Reformation Over?
- Anxious for Nothing.
Now as to what order these will be released, I yet do not know, but I wanted to share these titles with you.
Along with the above Theological articles, I have also started putting together a Nonfictional story. I went to film many moons ago and I had a film instructor that invested his time in to me. I dare not waste the gifts that God has given to me, for that would be a sin and I want to leave something behind before the Lord takes me in His good time. I admit that I have wasted time and that alone is another sin. We are perfectionist when it comes to wasting time. Our lives are but a vapor as James write in his epistle.
The Title of the Book is called Wounded, and I’ll post the synopsis of that story soon.
Well, with that said, it is my prayer and goal to be more consistent here that I have previously been. God has bestowed me with the art of creativity and I confess that I have wasted enough time. I look forward to writing theological and creative stories for you edification.
It has been a long road over the last year. Daily I think about my father and brother. Daily I miss them. After all, it has only been a year and some months. Their void remains felt within the chambers of my heart and soul. They are missed and loved everyday. I know that many of you have lost your loved ones and yes, it is not easy, but through the course of time and the Grace of God, it becomes easier.
With that said, I leave you now on this Lord’s Day.
May God bless you all as you start your work week and may he protect you and make His Countenance shine up you.
Soli Deo Gloria,
Stephen the Third