Monthly Archives: May 2013

Prayer and forgiveness.

There is one trait within human existence which doesn’t come naturally. Well perhaps there are more then one, but the one I want to talk about today I believe tops the list. As individuals and within community we find it … Continue reading

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What emphasis do we have?

I was reading 1 Cor 15 this morning and the thought struck me like a pylon driver coming crashing down on me. And the thought was, why does it seem that in general, (Ok, so I”m guilty of making a … Continue reading

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Who is our enemy.

I become a little more than saddened when ever I read or hear about the Christian church speaking about or acting less than favourably towards others within our families, communities, societies, nations and across the world. Depending on who we … Continue reading

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90/60

It’s no secret that this geezer suffers from chronic fatigue and over the last month or so, I have been feeling even more lethargic and depressed then ever. Sometimes fulfilling the simplest of tasks become took a massive amount of … Continue reading

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Tornado Tragedy.

Lets both pray for the families who have lost homes, livelihoods, and loved ones in the recent tornado tragedy and celebrate that the death toll isn’t as high as it was first thought. Father, we lift the families and communities … Continue reading

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Sacred ground.

There are times when you just know you are standing on sacred ground. Today I experienced one of those times. Every Tuesday I take a year 5 and 6 Scripture class and in a few short minutes, which can range … Continue reading

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Platitudes don’t work.

Build a bridge and get over it!  … don’t you love those platitudes. Noah built a boat and suffered post traumatic stress after the flood. (He was a carpenter – why was the first thing he planted a vineyard and … Continue reading

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