Poem: Storms Bring Life

I choose Not to be afraid Of the storm Just because it roars. The rain will breathe life Into thirsty shriveled tulips. Soon the dark clouds Will run and hide From the mighty sun. And a new day Will bloom hope. © Chad Damitz, 2020

Haiku: Paradise Lost

Garden of Eden.Red crispy apple eaten.Scream, "Paradise Lost!" The Fall of Man is a sad moment in history. It brought the curse of sin to the world. The temptation from the evil serpent has caused countless suffering and depravity for generations. However, Jesus of Nazareth, the second Adam, took the sin and agony from the... Continue Reading →

Daily Devotional: Being Authentic In Prayer Glorifies God

"Therefore I will not keep silent; I will speak out in the anguish of my spirit, I will complain in the bitterness of my soul." -Job 7:11 Job was a righteous man. He loved the Lord God and served Him with integrity. He was not shy to share his deepest frustrations and pains. I believe... Continue Reading →

Haiku: Two Paths

I see here two paths.One towards a righteous living.The other towards sin. In life, we are confronted by choices. These choices influence our future ambitions, goals, and destinies. As believers in God, our desire should always be to follow the path of righteous living and resist the way of sin. © Chad Damitz, 2020.

What Are The 4 Key Concepts In Biblical Marriage?

There are 4 key concepts in biblical marriage. They include: marriage as a covenant relationship, marriage as a design for holiness, intimacy in marriage, and marriage as a reflection of Christ and the Church. 1. Biblical Marriage As A Covenant Relationship From the beginning, God created people as both male and female. In the Garden... Continue Reading →

Haiku: The Lamb of God

Humanity sinned.The Lamb of God died for us.To be born again. The Bible has four major themes: Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration. The two we often focus on are the Fall of Man and redemption found in Christ. This is because we focus on the problem and the solution. The problem is our human depravity.... Continue Reading →

Poem: The Madman Who Found God

A cold October In the 14th century Sat a madman At his cedar desk With a quill pen. Staring out His Gothic window He began to curse and sin. Yelling at barren Weeping willows While the rain Tapped the roof. He threw his ink And feathery pillows Yelling: God, show me proof! The black ink... Continue Reading →

Poem: God Is The World’s Remedy

My inward fears slowly assuage When I trust the Ancient of Days. Though people enervate my soul The King of Kings is there to console. The world can be mean and cruel. That's why God's great love must rule. So invade my heart and my mind. Then people will know you are kind. When your... Continue Reading →

Poem: Does The World Care What You Write?

Does anyone care what you say? Does anyone care what you write? Does it really matter anyway? If your words give God delight? So speak words that set you free So write words that calm the soul. So you can truly be "the real me." Letting God fill your cup full. © Chad Damitz, 2020

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