How Heroes Become Villians: Part 1

Have you ever seen yourself as a villain? Most of us don’t see ourselves as the villain of our stories… We don’t wear a greasy mustache. We don’t have an evil lair. We don’t have elaborate plans to rule the world, “MuWah ha ha ha haaaaaaaa.” We often see ourselves as the hero of our story, the villains are out there, hopefully far away. But if we were honest with ourselves, there have been moments when we have been the villain. If you were to take a look at a picture of me as a kid, there was no indication that I could be a villain, there was no 666 stamped on my forehead. Yet In grade school, there was a girl who often smelled like urine. She had accidents in her pants all the time. As

Strong, Firm and Steadfast

Have you ever been put in a time out? God has been known to put people on a time out. Israel was put in the proverbial corner for forty years in the desert Joseph got thirteen years in jail and slavery. King David was put in a time out as he ran around the desert trying to avoid being killed by Saul. Even Jesus got forty days in the wilderness. I’ve been in a time out for the past several months. My world has been the size of my recliner. It’s one of the main reasons why I haven’t blogged in awhile. Now normally when someone asks me, "How are you?" my default answers are… “If I were any better I would be you.” “I’m living the dream.” “I’m chilling like a villain on penicillin.” “I’m Dantasti

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