Tag Archives: God

Heralding Spring

I was supposed to be in Chester discussing a Book Event, but an early text this morning postponed our meeting to a later date and instead I find myself at liberty to write and reflect. With my human rock, also … Continue reading

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Anxious Thoughts

It is interesting that the beginning of a new year now excites me. It never used to. It is interesting that I now anticipate potential as a new year unfolds instead of fear. I don’t know why I have had … Continue reading

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Marmite for the Soul

This truly is a meadow in an old fashioned sense; rarely seen these days with clover and harebells et al. Although rarely seen, I am treated to this view of beauty from my kitchen door. Today it was therapeutic ‘marmite … Continue reading

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Not Misleading Worship

Watching God set off explosions of creativity around our country is so exciting. Like fireworks, I think He enjoys our “Ooohs” and “Aaahs” as we marvel at His amazing workmanship. It is one of His hallmarks of our time. He is … Continue reading

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Ships in Full Sail

In the Ceilidh band we used to play a jig called Ships in Full Sail (I can only find a home-grown YouTube version). It’s a cheerful little tune and the title came to mind, this morning as I said goodbye … Continue reading

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A Glutton-Free Christmas

It has been a long time since I have blogged about some classic statements heard in our household.  Some of us in our family love words very much and others struggle to get them quite right.  But it makes us love … Continue reading

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The Apple of His Eye

Today, I met a consultant who had the same surname as a cold meat my mother used to give us, with a salad, for lunch.  I sat in the chair he offered me and my feet did not touch the … Continue reading

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