Jesse Steele

— Poetry is code.™ —

I am looking for writers and contributors. Lemme know.

I am looking for writers and contributors. Lemme know.

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Writing again. If you’re following this crazy activity on Twitter, hit me back.

Writing again. If you’re following this crazy activity on Twitter, hit me back.

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I’m getting into more with blogs for news and just personal stuff. Stay tuned…

I’m getting into more with blogs for news and just personal stuff. Stay tuned…

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My new blog

I’m now writing at printwrite.me. It’s a fun place to have my own site.

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Why Big Boys don’t Cry

Why Big Boys don’t Cry

Why Big Boys don’t Cry (mp3)

The strength of opposition reveals the strength of character. When your leaders are angry with you, it’s because you’re not living up to the standard they have for you. Many angry leaders don’t realize: The angrier they are, the more they believe in the people they are angry with.

Often times, we don’t respect ourselves as much as our critics do. We don’t think we are…

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As Big as We Think We Are

As Big as We Think We Are

As Big as We Think We Are (mp3)

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'Chrislam' and the Real Dilemma of Israel

‘Chrislam’ and the Real Dilemma of Israel

‘Chrislam’ and the Real Dilemma of Israel

It’s about Israel… It’s not about Christology, which Muslims may have an easy time accepting. It’s not about rhetoric; call God “Allah” if that’s your language; call yourself a “Messianic Muslim” if that’s how you see it.

Preaching the gospel to Muslims is about whether the truth of Christ has penetrated the Muslim heart to the point where they allow…

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Patience

Patience (mp3)

Patience. It can seem a waste of time, irresponsible, lazy, incompetent, out of touch, uncaring. We want to solve problems at their roots, nip them in the buds, and be preemptive to be preventative. Diligence is proactive. Is it different from patience?

Not everything requires us to make the first move. Dodging and blocking punches can lead to a quicker victory by exhausting the…

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History Lessons in Fathers and Patience

History Lessons in Fathers and Patience

History Lessons in Fathers and Patience (mp3)

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Israel: The New Power in Southeast Asia

Israel: The New Power in Southeast Asia

taiwan-israelFew disguised blessings are less disguised than Israel. One article uses a map to explain the strength that one small country has against Statist Islam. Israel is all that stands between the West and the Middle East, the East and the Middle East, the North and the Middle East, and the South and the Middle East—and Israel is right in the middle.

Looking at modern geography, it’s no wonder God…

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Silent Helpers

Silent Helpers (mp3)

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The Need We Didn’t Want

The Need We Didn’t Want

The Need We Didn’t Want (mp3)

If Heaven were a cuisine, it would be anything but junk food. It’s spicy. The lemonade is strong. The romaine lettuce is so bitter you can barely swallow it. And that’s what it means to be healthy. Praise God that God doesn’t give us sugar and chocolate every time we ask for it.

The little pockets of sobriety and sanity have kept the darkness at bay for centuries.…

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Trust Grows Beyond Religion

Trust Grows Beyond Religion

About two weeks ago, I hit a point of trust with the Lord. Most of my life has centered on trying to overcome the next hurtle. “If I can just get past this problem, then everything will be okay,” I’d always think to myself. But every sea I walk through leads to another challenge, bigger each time. As I age, now at the decrepit and elderly point of wisdom of 33 years old—and as I always think of…

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Unified Strategies: Pacific, Military, Prayer, American Politics

Unified Strategies: Pacific, Military, Prayer, American Politics

Unified Strategies: Pacific, Military, Prayer, American Politics (mp3)

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Prophetic Dream: Wake up from Delusions of Entrenched Generations

Prophetic Dream: Wake up from Delusions of Entrenched Generations

I typically don’t like the “prophecy” genre in speeches and blogs. I’ll try to be concise with details and avoid excess superlatives.

I was dreaming, on a Bible college campus, watching the Dean make his rounds. He had a complex system of inventing rules “after the fact”, but he’d always get away with enforcing them as if everyone should have known better, when, actually, he was just playing…

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