Monthly Archives: October 2012

God and Noise

I am writing this sitting in one of the noisiest places I know; louder than a public swimming pool, than a class of Year Sevens on a Friday afternoon (just!) and louder than a thunderstorm. A friend told me this … Continue reading

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Your huge outstretched arms

Courtesy of Eugene Peterson’s The Message, but altered a little… When I sit down in the High God’s presence and spend the night in Shaddai’s shadow, I say ‘God, you’re my refuge.  I trust in you and I’m safe!’  Yes, … Continue reading

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Undeserved Curses

There is too much fear in the Body of Christ.  What?  How can anyone who is a part of Christ live in fear!  But we are anxious that the world around us is a hostile world, is a world that … Continue reading

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Come if you are willing

‘everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved; for on Mount Zion and in Jerusalem there will be deliverance’ ‘When he had received the drink, Jesus said ‘It is finished’.  With that, he bowed his head … Continue reading

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Why Revival is different today

When you see a piece of writing by Duncan Campbell you know it’s going to be good.  I opened an edition of ‘Herald of His Coming’ that I had been sent, and on the front page was an article on … Continue reading

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