Wasteland Kings

Tag: Loneliness

Hey Everybody, This section from the book is from the start of a pretty important chapter. I want to use this chapter to transition from talking about how I tried to take control of my life to how I started giving it back to God. The main thing I want to focus on is that I leaned on my own understanding and it really led me astray. That was true in the case of both my addiction to porn and…

There’s hope beyond what you can see. If I could only say one thing to someone laboring under the weight of porn, it would be “there is hope”. The weight of porn is so heavy and it’s such a difficult problem to defeat that we easily become discouraged and lose hope in the face of it. No matter how bad things get, I promise that there is hope. Thankfully, I have a little more space in the blog to explain…

I used to love Christmas but these days the season of Christmas and the thought of the coming day puts me in somber spirits. While I used to feel an exciting energy during the Christmas season, now December gives me an empty feeling kind of like the day after my football team lost. That’s a painful reversal and it really frustrated me until I realized that it gave me a really cool opportunity. The absence of the old energy that…

All of us know the pain of a broken heart. While many of us think of our first crush or dating relationship when we read that first sentence, our first broken heart comes well before we meet that first special someone. We come into this world with a broken heart because our heart misses God. In order to prove my point, we’ll have to take a step back and look at some of the great stories of our time. Recently…

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…

“By day the LORD commands his steadfast love, and at night his song is with me, a prayer to the God of my life.” – Psalms 42:8 When I read about God’s steadfast love, I usually feel this growing sense of obligation to get my act together. Instead of obligation, God actually wants to create a desire in me. God wants me to desire His incredible and steadfast love. Simply put, He’s trying to attract my heart. Attraction is an…

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