Category Archives: forgiveness

Healing Steps

Be still for the power of the Lord Is moving in this place He comes to cleanse and heal To minister his grace No work too hard for him, in peace receive from him. Be still for the power of … Continue reading

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Taize: The Desert Flower

When desertions, doubts, discouragements and the silences of God seem to cover everything, will you discern the desert flower? Frere Roger, And Your Deserts Shall  Flower, 1982 I am returned again from a week Taize, changed, refreshed, restored vis-a-vis the person who … Continue reading

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Protected: Searching for the Bridge

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Core Strength

  When I was ushered to physiotherapy, first by my mother, and then by a guilt-ridden conscience unable to withstand the persistent pain in my knee any longer (and a *tad* perturbed by it), I was given exercises to do … Continue reading

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Christe eleison

What do you want to say to Jesus today? https://t.co/ODiVcV43dI — Pray as you go (@prayasugo) January 20, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js I like ‘Pray as You Go’. The Twitter feed snippets are often an encouragement, or a challenge (or both) in … Continue reading

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Heart of Stone

Let the stone become whatever it is that is your biggest stumbling block. And lay it down somewhere on your journey, to God’s care. I want to throw it. Full force, straight ahead of me. Not because I am without … Continue reading

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Someone Else’s Story

Things have fallen flat again. During the week, I work flat-out. I leave my  house at 5am, and return near 11pm. And repeat. In the middle, on the bus, at my desk, in the lecture theatre, I teach, and mark, … Continue reading

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