Thank You: An (Apologetically Late) Letter to Veterans & The Members of Our Military

I wrote this last year for Veteran’s Day. More than anything, these men and women need to know the Salvation and Healing that only comes through Jesus– the King of Kings, and Lord of Lords, Sovereign over every nation. May they be blessed this year for their service, and may they know Jesus as their Lord and Savior!


This past Saturday, amazing people– people who served in unthinkable wars, and survived some of the world’s most brutal trauma– were celebrated, during Veteran’s Day.

But, honestly and sadly, as much as I hate to admit it, Veteran’s Day was not a holiday that I held in the forefront of my mind– at all. Reading BeautyBeyondBone’s post on how this holiday was basically ignored, I felt both convicted for not truly observing this holiday, and inspired to, once again, write on warfare in honor of Veteran’s Day, all at once.

But what was I to write?

After prayer and the Holy Spirit showing a couple of things to me, I believe I am led to write a short post of appreciation for all of my fellow Americans in the military, while also praying for their safety according to Psalm 91. Here it is.

Dear Fellow Americans in the Military– and…

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Our Hearts & Prayers are with Tallahassee


It is with great sadness that I have heard about the yoga studio shooting in Tallahasee, Florida. 2 women lost their lives, and 5 people were wounded in the shooting.

Please pray with me for each of the people involved, as well as their families. ❤ May these people come to know Jesus and His Comfort, even through this.


Taking a Blogging Break

Hi guys. After prayer, and much time with the Lord, I have decided that I must take a break from writing this blog so that I can get back to why I started this blog in the first place: to pray purely for the Chibok girls and Nigeria as a whole.

I don’t know how long I will be taking a break for. Please continue to pray for these girls; and please pray for me, as I take a break to focus solely on getting back to the beginning of why I do this in the first place. Thank you.

The Compassion of God

“But you, Lord, are a compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness. Turn to me and have mercy on me; show your strength in behalf of your servant; save me, because I serve you just as my mother did.”
(Psalm 86:15-16, NIV)

There is no compassion like our God’s.

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“There can be no deep disappointment where there is not deep love.”
(Martin Luther King Jr., “Letter from Birmingham Jail”)
This is how I feel towards the fact that the remaining Chibok girls have not been freed, yet. A mixture of love, disappointment, and longing.
But thank You, dear Jesus, for placing this deep love for them inside my heart– even if it means I am sometimes deeply disappointed.
Bring them home soon, Lord Jesus.
In Jesus’ Name I pray,
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