Wasteland Kings

Tag: God’s love

If dependence is the goal, weakness is the advantage.  I didn’t come up with that phrase. One of my pastors did. I have found myself using it often in the last few weeks though.  It’s been a great reminder during the highs and lows of the last month. If you read my most recent post, you heard about the great adventure God gave me in Albania.  My post focused on my team because great fellowship and teamwork are some of…

“Hit it, hit it” I feel heavy tension in my rod as I snap it up into the air. The fight begins as the fish starts pulling one way and the other with the intent of getting off my line. Again a smile spreads across my face as my entire world focuses down into just the battle in front of me. This is the third and final day of fishing on the Bighorn River in Montana. This day stands out…

I have a desire for God’s love and grace. The only problem is that slowly, but surely, I have become numb to this desire. I have become conditioned to living without it and spend most of my days convinced that I have already experienced enough of God’s love and grace. I must break this conditioned state of my heart in order to really start experiencing God’s love on a consistent basis. This conditioned state is kind of like how we…

Micah Taylor

Do you feel that God loves you on a personal level? Do you think that God cares about all the problems in your life? Do you see God as friend or a stranger? While these can be some tricky questions to answer confidently, I’ve found that looking at the way I appreciate and interpret God’s gifts to me tells me quite a bit about how I see His love. For example if a stranger walked up to you and gave…

Do you ever feel like God comes up short? Do you ever think that your life would be completely different if God just changed one thing in your life? Do these feelings or doubts ever make you wonder if God is trying to hold things back from you? Personally, I’d answer yes to every single one of those questions. I don’t mean that I used to answer yes to those questions. I’ve dealt with all three of those questions this…