Monthly Archives: May 2010

Time and Chance

Bank holiday weekend! Woo-hoo! 5 days holiday after a really busy week. Had felt stronger but for some reason, alas the black dog and the terror of ‘copelessness’ returns! Curse be upon it – why now!  And just at this … Continue reading

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No blinding light

I fancy writing a book one day, maybe I will call it “No blinding light”. Often the path to becoming a Christian is explained with quite a strong emphasis on the conversion experience. Acknowledgement of the need to repentance, often … Continue reading

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A Therapy God

How often do we need God? When times are hard we plead for him to come, we need Him so much. We hunger for His presence and his comfort. When times are good and the day is fair and warm … Continue reading

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What is truth?

“What is truth? said jesting Pilate; and would not stay for an answer.” In the red corner is the devil himself, the father of lies and with ‘deceiver’ embroidered onto his robe. In the blue corner the Son of God … Continue reading

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When the road gets tough…

When do you learn most in life? Is it when the sun is shining or when the clouds rain on you? Is it when the road is flat and wide and easy or is it when the thorns pull at … Continue reading

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The Sailing Ship

The Sailing Ship – in memory of Colin Rolls What is dying? I am standing on the sea shore. A ship sails to the morning breeze And starts for the ocean. She is the object of beauty and I stand … Continue reading

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The Toys

The Toys My little Son, who looked from thoughtful eyes And moved and spoke in quiet grown-up wise, Having my law the seventh time disobeyed, I struck him, and dismissed With hard words and un-kissed, His Mother, who was patient, … Continue reading

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