Monthly Archives: June 2012

‘Grafted in’ versus hard graft

Just really enjoyed a post on how drinking of the life-giving spirit is totally different to the image of the world.  How much more of this do I need!  For example: I recollect my grandfathers, often failed attempts, at grafting … Continue reading

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Spiritual Secret – Eating the Word

I do not want to comment much here, but let the writer speak for himself.  It is David Brainerd, choosing to spend a day in fasting.  While he’s not feeding on the normal food, he chooses instead to feed on … Continue reading

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It’s About Time

I am reminded of the verse that suddenly rises up, like Jaws from a timid and accommodating ocean, in 2 Corinthians and says ‘Now is the day of salvation’.  The present is the expectant moment.  It rises up to meet … Continue reading

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Blood, oil, crosses – signs and wonders

This is a fascinating window into the healing revival in America through an issue of the Miracle Magazine, 1956.  The revival library have made available an entire run of these magazines to stir faith for healing and revival, and from … Continue reading

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Living in a trinitarian way

  I have been reading Christian Shwarz’s ideas on Natural Church Development, and one of the ideas that he has been working on, based on his working with a range of different denominational churches, is that of recovering a practical … Continue reading

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