The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God stands forever….
Help! Is a cry from the heart, when we are humbled and acknowledge our need, that this situation that we are facing, this problem, is too big, too difficult, too hard, and beyond what we can deal with! That creates a space for God to move…
One of my earliest memories of church is pre-school. It was afternoon and I was in a small upstairs room at ‘The Sisterhood’ meeting with my Mum. She was playing the piano and I was sitting on the front row on a hard wooden chair for the longest time ever…
This post is written as part of the Five Minute Friday writing prompt – to write for five minutes on one word. This week’s word is ‘Could.’
Is there a time to be loud? Are you a naturally loud person or does your personality lean towards peace and quiet….
In June our national newspapers all showed one particular picture taken at a Black Lives Matter event, which had descended from a peaceful protest into a violent riot between opposition groups and the police. What had caught the attention of the press was a ‘modern day good Samaritan’.
We tend to think that ‘positive’ thinking and ‘mindfulness’ are something new, that they are twenty first century concepts, but that is not the case. The importance of our thought life has been recognised from the wisdom of Solomon onward….
When you walk in the mountains you keep your eyes fixed ahead, on where you are going, but uphill is hard work, so occasionally you stop and turn round to look back on how far you have come and that encourages you to press on!
One of the ways that we show respect to another person is by being willing to listen to what they have to say!
How to be young at heart – to mentally maintain a youthful attitude of optimism and energy, based on a sure foundation!