Monthly Archives: January 2013

Longer and Further

It is time to give up my bigger aspirations, I think.  I have just been reading a post on leadership on Michael Hyatt’s blog, and felt as if I was ‘reading it from the outside’, as if I was peering … Continue reading

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The joy of the Lord

This title sounds a little pompous, or perhaps a little esoteric.  Perhaps because it has just popped into my head as I write.  I have been meaning to blog for some time, and not got round to it.  Even now, … Continue reading

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Living low, living holy

Just been listening to Colin Urquhart , very paced, very peaceful, very thoughtful and very wise.  Holiness is always the number one thing that God is seeking – is it your number one?  He has listed 15 points to bear … Continue reading

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More of this, less of this

This is a shameless reblog from an excellent guy I have rediscovered recently (only just published!).  So no, don’t let me comment on it at all – just go ahead and read it.  I am right there with him.

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How to pray for revival

    I have taken all these ideas with thanks from Alec Dunn, who has a website on prayer.  What I like about his approach is that it is uncompromising and no-nonsense. You have to be in a serious mood to read … Continue reading

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Getting this far

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,700 views in 2012. If every person who reached the … Continue reading

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