‘He Knows The Way That I Take’

Many people feel unsettled and uncertain these days, by circumstances; the threat of an unknown future. As we see business after business closed down, economies floundering and some countries still struggling to get the pandemic under control it can all be overwhelming. This is the time for the people of God to remember His Goodness, […]

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Extravagant Love

This photo has hung on the wall in my workroom for the past four years. I found it one day in a charity shop (that’s a ‘thrift shop’ for some readers). I hadn’t gone there with any intention of buying anything that day, I was with a friend who enjoys charity shops as much as […]

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Tilling the Soil (Life Lessons from My Garden)

“Sow for yourselves righteousness; reap steadfast love; break up your fallow ground, for it is the time to seek the Lord, that he may come and rain righteousness upon you.” Hosea 10:12 ESV I used to be ‘that person’ who said things like, “I just don’t have green fingers,” and “I kill anything I try […]

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A NEW SEASON – LETTING GO and TRUSTING GOD

I love this time of year, when tiny buds are starting to appear on trees and the crocuses and daffodils are blooming. To say I’m not just as keen on the change from summer to winter would be an understatement. The lovely long days of summer, staying light until after ten at night, lulls me […]

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The Refreshing Dew of God’s Presence

“Oh, that we might know the Lord! Let us press on to know him. He will respond to us as surely as the arrival of dawn or the coming of rains in early spring.” Hosea 6:3 I have some fledgling shrubs and plants that I grew in pots over last summer. Then, when winter came […]

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Lockdown, from an ancient Perspective

As we plod through our third lockdown in the UK, I have been hearing more and more, how people are finding this lockdown much more of a struggle than the first one. Maybe it’s because the first one was during summer, when we could be in our gardens, whereas now it’s freezing outside, and the […]

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