Monthly Archives: November 2011

A rather nasty storm

Had a good message this morning from a brother who spoke about Jesus calming the storm. He had spotted a couple of things in the story in Mark 4:35-41  that got me thinking.  One was that Jesus doesn’t respond in … Continue reading

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Back in Business!

You have to be in a certain frame of mind to climb a mountain.  It takes you to a very specific place.  And if you’re halfway up and decide that you don’t want to carry on, that is a massive … Continue reading

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When I look at the Blood

When I look at the blood All I see is love, love, love. When I stop at the cross I can see the love of God But I can’t see competition I can’t see hierachy I can’t see pride or … Continue reading

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Face

We want to see His face.  We want to know the expression playing around his mouth, the look in his eyes.  We want to know if He is tired with us, or if He is grieved for us.  When a … Continue reading

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Daily Prayer

Father, I want to blow with the wind of Your Spirit today.  If the breeze is listless, then still me, that I might stir with its slightest push.  If the wind is gusty and strong, raise me up, put a … Continue reading

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When is it time to give up looking?

Last night it was a dark and rainy cycle home. Of course my back light sprung off and came apart in the gutter.  I was not too irritated as I had a good day at work. I found the batteries … Continue reading

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