What Matters?


Who you are,what you feel, what you think “MATTERS”

1peter 5:7

How was your day?


If the day has been good or not so good the point is…what have you learned.

“Each one teach one “

These things must happen

These things must happen, so don’t be alarmed & don’t allow yourself to be angry

We live in a fallen world where broken people, hurt people, so don’t be afraid

What should i expect?

Some to be saved, saved from themselves as we can be our own worse enemy at times

You say, you hate injustice, unrighteousness, Luke warmness, so to what measure do you love compared to what you hate or despise

You are the salt of the earth preserving life

You are the light of the world, so let them see the virtue of Christ in you

Something’s in life may never change although with God all things are possible

These things must happen before the end comes………

Covetousness, treachery, Adultery, False Testimonies, Offences of injustice, poverty & deprivation, lawlessness, hatred

When I thought how to understand this, It was too painful for me,Until I went into the sanctuary of God; Then I understood their end .
PS 73:16-17

These things must happen…


Rhetorical poetry

What’s “A Rhetorical Poem”? Written by Catherine Rankovic

Rhetorical poetry in the U.S. becomes common during periods of social unrest and comes from poets standing (for the duration of the poem) for some sort of movement or viewpoint. I am a rhetorical poet. Usually in school we say “Oh it’s political poetry, we don’t like that.” We are taught to say that there are three kinds of poetry: Lyric, narrative and epic. They forgot “rhetorical.” Because we don’t name rhetorical poetry, we can’t see it, although when you read or teach Langston Hughes’ “Mother to Son,” or Robert Pinsky’s “The Shirt,” a rhetorical poem is what you’ve got. It’s there but unnamed. It’s like eating grilled cheese and a pickle for lunch and not realizing it was a vegetarian meal.

Rhetorical poetry is not simply writing a poem about the cause of the month. Carolyn Forche said, “To become a political poet, change your obsessions.” You have to have something to say, feel it deeply, and take a stand on an issue. It helps if you’re a good writer. It helps if you’re part of a “we.” “We” makes a poem political.

I’m learning that writing is a powerful tool even more so when there isn’t any spelling error’s as you’ll find in my post but thanks for reading & understanding what I’m trying to say….

Rhetorical poetry

The other side…

So He got into a boat, crossed over, and came to His own city.

Then behold, they brought to Him a paralytic lying on a bed.

When Jesus saw their faith, He said to the paralytic, “Son, be of good cheer; your sins are forgiven you.”

Matt 9:1-2

Don’t you know Jesus is on the other side

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