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The Lost Glove

Why does it always seem to be one glove? Rarely do I see two lost gloves. The pink one in the photograph caught my eye on an early morning dog walk this week. The anonymous glove-rescuer had their wits about them. The glove was placed at eye-level and well secured amongst the tree branches. A strong […]

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“Spirit Suppressants”, Gal 5.16-21

Holy Spirit, Sin, Kingdom, God, Victory

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Matt 8.30-34, “Tomb Raider – Part 2

Jesus, power, healing, saved, salvation, change, temple

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Matt 8.28-29, “Tomb Raider – Part 1”

Jesus, love, loving, compassion, courage

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Rewarded at Last

The BBC reported today on the awarding of medals to those involved in the Arctic convoys of World War 2. They have been a long time coming. One of the recipients was Eddie Grenfell, 93 years old. Another of his compatriots said, “I am not a hero, I am a survivor but the guys who […]

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“Owner’s Risk”

I remember the day well, though it was a long time ago in my teenage years. I was cutting it fine  to process in with the church choir. Arriving at 10.59 am a decision had to be made. Do I lock the bike and come in late, or leave it unlocked in the churchyard and […]

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Matt 8.23-27,”Rebukes All Round”

Jesus, Faith, authority, deity, power

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Matt 8.18-22, “Foxes & Funerals”

Jesus, discipleship, faith, devotion, priorities, mission

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“The Unexpected Benefits of a Broken Dishwasher”

We had a dishwasher when I was a child – her name was “Mum”. Sorry about that. These days someone called “Bosch” takes care of things. Until yesterday. A rubber seal came away. My wife, handy as she is with a tube of glue, fixed it back into place. But 24 hours had to pass […]

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Acts 4, “Strong & Courageous”

Acts, Boldness, Holy Spirit, Prayer