As a Christian, not to mention that I have been in prison for more than thirty years, I am better able to understand the pain, grief, and frustration that my fellow prisoners experience as they do their "time" and serve out their sentences...
Serve the Lord with gladness: come
before His presence with singing.
Psalm 100 reminds me that I am to "Serve the Lord with gladness"...
I've been telling some of my fellow prisoners who believe in Christ that there are times in our lives when we're going to be afflicted and challenged by what I would call, for want of a better term, "The Four D's"...
This afternoon, I left my cell block to take a walk in the bright sunshine...
As a father pities his children, so
the Lord pities them that fear Him.
A father's love for his children is a wonderful thing...
And Jesus said,
"Who touched me?"
I could only imagine what it must have been like for the woman who had an "issue of blood" to have touched the hem of the Lord's garment as He passed by...
Going into the prison's Intermediate Care Program (ICP Unit) during the weekdays is a good experience...
Today marks forty years since my Mother, Pearl, died of cancer at the age of 52...
During the evening yard period, I met up with a 25-year-old man from Suffolk County by the name of Chris...
Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold
on eternal life, whereunto thou art
also called, and hast professes a good
profession before many witnesses.
1 Timothy 6:12
My life, just like the times and seasons, belongs to the Lord. And as I take personal inventory of myself, I see many areas which need improvement...