The Dark Night (Jeremiah 20:1–8)

For most people, poetry is something that you either get or you don’t get. Years ago I read a comic strip in which a man explained, in poetic terms, the beauty of his true love to a messenger bird, who was tasked to communicate it Read More …

Clay in the Hands of an Angry Potter (Jeremiah 18:1–23)

There are times in which members of the human race behave in ways that do not accord with principles of sound logic. Have you ever known that to be the case? The problem is that our usual ways often train us to behave and react Read More …

A Glorious Throne (Jeremiah 17:12–18)

One of the most popular children’s stories in the last one hundred years is The Little Engine That Could, which tells the story of a little engine who pulls a large train over a mountain when larger engines all make excuses as to why it Read More …

The Incurable Wound (Jeremiah 15:15–21)

The celebrity gossip industry is an interesting one? In May 2011, The Week magazine published an article highlighting some of the numbers of that industry. It noted that, according to The New York Times, combined revenue for the celebrity gossip industry tops $3 billion per Read More …