Dust Bunny Blog is the online writing home for Jason Poquette. I am a Christian, saved by God’s amazing and almighty free grace in Christ by faith. I am blessed to be the husband of Bonnie, my dear and precious wife, whom the Lord has given mercifully to accompany me on this journey of life. I am the father of Evan, Sarah, Kat, and Joshua, our 4 beautiful children whom we love with our whole heart. I am a pharmacist, serving Christ by fulfilling His calling upon me to serve Him through this profession as a Director of specialty pharmacy services at a major cancer center in Massachusetts. I serve a small, precious, beloved congregation of the Lord as an elder and Sunday school teacher where I have been a member for over 30 years.

I am also but a dust bunny by nature. The Bible reminds us we were formed of the dust and will return to dust. “For dust you are, and to[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]dust you shall return (Gen 3:19).” We must not think too highly of ourselves. Abraham approached the Lord saying “I who am but dust and ashes (Gen 18:27).” And the Psalmist reminds us “For He knows our frame; He remembers that we are dust (Psalm 103:14).” Stephen Charnock, in his treatment on the Existence and Attributes of God, remarks at one point “the strongest man is but compacted dust.” A stanza from one of the hymns of Isaac Watts expresses this well:

Lord, what shall earth and ashes do?

We would adore our maker, too;

From sin and dust to Thee we cry,

The Great, the Holy, and the High!

The purpose of the Dust Bunny Blog is to provide helpful, comforting, encouraging, challenging meditations on the inspired, inerrant, and infallible Word of the living God. These comments are intended to exalt the God of the Word, and the Word of God. It is my small attempt to “exhort one another daily (Heb 3:13).” Ultimately, my desire is that these words give glory to God above all. For this I greatly covet your prayers, and do hope and pray with the Psalmist “Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer (Psalm 19:14).”

I have turned off comments on individual posts, but I welcome your feedback through my contact page.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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