“It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honor of kings is to search out a matter.” (Proverbs 25:2)

I write not because I know; I write because I want to know.

I thrive in questions. And I live for the answers.

I search for answers not because I don’t know the Truth, but rather because I know it and yet am awed by its mysteries. I trust despite the mystery because I believe in who the Truth is.


It is for this reason that I continue to search, for the profundity and depth of this Truth is one that can’t be fully comprehended, whether in a lifetime or even beyond it. In that lies the questions. In that lies the search.

These letters are crafted with more than just the implements of writing. This notebook I write on is a vessel of the Truth that lives in me, and a testament of the Truth that I will speak about. And this pen I write with is a weapon — a weapon that will engage me in the battle, and bring me to the front lines of the war: the Kingdom War.